Validity of the COVID-19 preparedness e-module developed using ADDIE method for Dasa Wisma cadres in Jakarta

Tjahja Nurrobi, Sudarto Ronoatmodjo, Mondastri Korib Sudaryo, Hadi Pratomo, Besral, Reza Yuridian Purwoko, Reganedgary Jonlean, Caroline Oktarina, Kevin Tandarto

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Background & Objective: The high number of COVID-19 cases in Jakarta is due to inadequate pandemic preparation. Educating community figures using a content-verified e-module is one way to improve the community's preparedness for the COVID-19 pandemic while adapting to the changes brought on by the pandemic. This study aimed to evaluate the validity of the COVID-19 preparedness e-module for dasa wisma cadres, who are the heads of several households grouped in a Dasa Wisma group. Materials & Methods: Using the analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation (ADDIE) method, a COVID-19 preparedness e-module was developed for the dasa wisma cadres. Enumerators (n = 2), respondents (n = 20), and experts (n = 11) conducted the evaluation asynchronously using online communication software. Enumerators evaluated one variable, respondents evaluated four, and experts evaluated eight. The evaluation utilized a 4-point Likert scale. Results: The evaluation yielded the following results: comprehension (3.40), attractiveness (3.70 & 3.72), acceptance (3.65 & 3.78), involvement (3.50 & 3.49), inducement (3.60 & 3.29), clarity (3.60), sufficiency (3.51), coherence (3.62), and significance (3.63). (3.80). The outcomes were reliable (3.28–4.00; variance 0.72). Conclusion: The COVID-19 preparedness module is valid for enhancing COVID-19 preparedness.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)63-72
Number of pages10
JournalJournal of Medical Education Development
Issue number52
Publication statusPublished - 2024


  • COVID-19
  • E-module
  • Education
  • Public Health
  • Validity


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