Lightboard: Inexpensive and Easy-To-Develop Media for Making Nursing Practicum Videos


  • Rulino, Leo
  • Febriana, Nancy



lightboard; video; nursing; learning


Since the outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in Indonesia, the Government has closed schools and
conducting learning from home, which forces universities to use distance education. One alternative is to
use videos that have been shown to have a positive effect on student learning, satisfaction, engagement,
interest, inspiring, and facilitating problem-solving. There is a new medium known as a “lightboard”,
which is most often made up of a panel of glass surrounded by LED light that makes the writing
luminous and highly visible on the camera. The purpose of this study was to develop a inexpensive
and easy-to-develop lightboard media to make nursing practicum video. This study uses research
and development methods. The object being developed is a lightboard media to make a practicum
video. The results showed that the video made with lightboard as a medium have fulfilled the aspect of
simplicity, clarity, convenience, educative, and attractiveness. Lightboards have proven to be effective
as a medium for making practical videos that are inexpensive and easy-to-develop. Authors strongly
recommends nursing study programs to use lightboards as a medium for making nursing practicum
videos. Furthermore, research to test the effectiveness of light board media on other practical materials
is recommended.

Author Biographies

Rulino, Leo

Lecturer, Husada Karya Jaya Nursing Academy, Jakarta, 14350/Jakarta Utara

Febriana, Nancy

Lecturer, Husada Karya Jaya Nursing Academy, Jakarta, 14350/Jakarta Utara