Development of Project-Based Digital Learning Modules for Legal Dutch Courses


  • Heni Jusuf University of Nasional
  • Ahmad Sobari University of Nasional
  • Muh Fauzi University of Pradita
  • Andiani Universitas Pancasila


Project based learning, Dutch law, Spada Indonesia


The Dutch Law course is a compulsory subject in the law study program, but students who get a score of 80, not all can pronounce and understand legal terms that use legal Dutch. This study aims to create project-based learning (PjBL) using design and learning materials from digital modules so that students are accustomed to pronouncing and reading legal terms in legal Dutch. Digital module development uses 4-D research and development methods, namely: define, design, develop, and disseminate, data collection, using questionnaires, and expert validation. The limitations of the study, the respondents were 50 students who took Dutch law courses. Analysis using mix-method methodology. Learning effectiveness is collected through the completion of all learning activities on digital modules. Findings on the effectiveness aspect with learning completeness indicators reaching a score of 92.78% are said to be completed, student activities reaching a score of 87.63% are in the active category, student responses to the use of digital modules reach a value of 3 meaning a positive response. The practicality of digital modules implementing the overall project-based learning syntax is 97.65% included in the excellent category. Lecturer activities in learning by applying project-based learning strategies resulted in a score of 85.06% in the active category. The study results found that learning PjBL for the Dutch law course was proven to make students active, and students could pronounce and understand legal terms correctly.




How to Cite

Jusuf, H., Sobari, A., Fauzi, M., & Andiani, A. (2024). Development of Project-Based Digital Learning Modules for Legal Dutch Courses. Proceeding of the International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research for Sustainable Innovation, 1(1), 484–491. Retrieved from