The DEVELOPMENT OF E-BOOK BASED ON 3D PAGEFLIP PRO ON ECOSYSTEM MATERIALS FOR CLASS VII STUDENTS OF SMPN PONTIANAK
This study was structured with the aim of knowing the feasibility of student learning media at SMPN 16 Pontianak, SMPN 11 Pontianak, and SMPN 6 Pontianak on ecosystem materials, knowing the process of developing media. e-book based on 3D Pageflip Pro, and knowing the validity and reliability of the developed learning media. The research method used is Research and Development with a model Four-D. In this research, it is reduced to a development model Three-D includes stages define (definition), design (design), and develop (development) to step expert appraisal (expert judgment). The data sources for this study were 60 seventh-grade students from SMPN 16 Pontianak, SMPN 11 Pontianak, and SMPN 6 Pontianak, as well as 3 biology science teachers from each of these schools and 2 lecturers of Biology Education FKIP Untan. The result of the validity of the 3D Pageflip Pro-based ebook media is v 0.80 valid category. The results of inter-rater reliability using the ICC get results from 0.5 to 0.851 in the good category. 3D Pageflip Pro-based e-book media that has met the good criteria and deserves to be declared for use
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