Interactive Program using Augmented Reality Technology from Problems in Java Computer Programming for People with Hearing Impairments
Keywords:Interactive Program, Augmented Reality Technology, People with Hearing Impairments
The objectives of this research are: 1) to develop an interactive program using augmented reality technology from problems in Java computer programming for people with hearing impairments, 2) to assess the quality of the program with experts and 3) to assess the satisfaction of the hearing-impaired students toward the program. The sample group used in this research was 10 students with hearing impairment from Computer Science Program, Surindra Rajabhat University, obtained by using purposive sampling technique. The research instruments were: 1) the interactive program using augmented reality technology from problems in Java computer programming for people with hearing impairments, 2) professional quality assessment form for assessing the quality of the program and 3) satisfaction assessment form for assessing the satisfaction of students with hearing impairments toward the program. The data was analyzed by using mean statistics and standard deviation. The research results showed that: 1) the quality assessment results from the experts as a whole were at a high level (= 4.51, S.D. = 0.57) 2) and the satisfaction assessment results of students with hearing impairment as a whole was at a high level (= 3.97, S.D. = 0.97).
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