E-Learning Pada Visual Impairment: Studi Literatur
E-learning is an advancement in educational technology that helps obtain educational material without the need to meet face to face (distance education). E-learning has existed since 1990 in several countries in various universities and colleges to help educators and students who have long distances from home to university. The concept of e-learning turns into constant learning, where e-learning materials can be centered on vision that combines animation, images and interactive media where visually impaired students cannot follow optimally. The project helps visually impaired teachers and students who have visual impairments. E-learning also requires a lot of support from various parties, namely teachers, students, parents, and the surrounding environment so that e-learning achievements can be realized. Teachers are given training in order to get appropriate learning material in providing material by e-learning, especially for visual impairments. Until the development of e-learning on visual impairment has increased into several models, one of which is the VIVID model which is able to help visual impairments in mathematics education. The positive impact is due to an increase in understanding and learning for visual impairment students who are able to understand several symbols so that they can have the same understanding as a mindful person.
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