Research Article Open Access

Development of Interactive Courseware for Learning Basic Computer System Components

Ida Aryanie Bahrudin1, Muziah Muhammad1, Mohd Izzaddin Abu Nawawi1, Isma Najwa Saharudin1, Haniza Mohd Din1, Mohd Azuan Ali1 and Mohd Ezree Abdullah1
  • 1 University Tun Hussein Onn, Malaysia


A computer assisted learning approach was developed to enhance course material for students to learn about computer components, through the use of multimedia courseware. Recent advances in software authoring packages have made the production of CD-ROMs an efficient and effective educational strategy. Problem statement: This study reports on the development an evaluation of this courseware related to the learning basic computer system components through the use of courseware (iC-COM). The purpose of the study was to evaluate a courseware for learning basic computer system components. The basic components of iC-COM included an interface, graphics, sound effects, narration and video. Approach: The iC-COM was developed based on the ADDIE instructional system design model. The research instrument was the courseware evaluation in the form of questionnaire that consisted of various attributes included content, interactivity, navigation and screen design which distributed to 50 computer system and support programme students of Kolej Komuniti Jasin. Results: Based on the results, it was shown that the analysis results of each questionnaire item mean ranged from 3.5 to 3.8. Conclusion/Recommendations: For future enhancement, it is recommended that iC-COM will be integrated into web-based platform so it can be accessed easily anywhere.

American Journal of Economics and Business Administration
Volume 3 No. 1, 2011, 132-138


Submitted On: 19 August 2009 Published On: 31 January 2011

How to Cite: Bahrudin, I. A., Muhammad, M., Nawawi, M. I. A., Saharudin, I. N., Din, H. M., Ali, M. A. & Abdullah, M. E. (2011). Development of Interactive Courseware for Learning Basic Computer System Components. American Journal of Economics and Business Administration, 3(1), 132-138.

  • 2 Citations



  • Interactive courseware
  • CD-ROM
  • computer system
  • enhance course
  • educational strategy