Effect of Multimedia Instruction on Learning: A Case Study

Md. Shiblu Miah, Md. Moyazzem Hossain, Md. Habibur Rahman

Abstract


Multimedia are increasingly one of the most popular information access devices; and what stands out from the study is the high use of interactive, multi-user functions which can at times be disruptive or beneficial during the study. The use of multimedia in education has proven its importance due to its positive impact on the teaching and learning process. So, the present study investigates comparative effectiveness of multimedia-aided teaching on students’ academic achievement and attitude at the undergraduate level in the teaching of science. The valid and reliable questionnaires were used as data collection tools. Moreover, a face to face survey was conducted in Jahangirnagar University students of the second year to the fourth year from different departments of science faculty. The results indicate that multimedia-aided teaching is more effective than the traditional one. Therefore, higher institutions can take the advantage of the potential and capitalize on the multimedia for educational purposes because of the intrinsic motivation of university students.

 

Keywords: Multimedia-aided teaching (MAT), academic achievement, information access devices, factor analysis

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Md. Shiblu Miah, Md. Moyazzem Hossain, Md. Habibur Rahman. Effect of Multimedia Instruction on Learning: A Case Study. Research & Reviews: Journal of Statistics. 2018; 7(2): 7–11p.


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