Design of e-law Consult to Protect Teacher in Central Java Indonesia


  • Maryanto ​
  • Toebagus Galang Windi Pratama
  • Ika Menarianti
  • Achmad Buchori


The general public's lack of understanding of the law is more due to their lack of access to legal information sources, as evidenced by cases that ensnared teachers in Central Java and Indonesia both in terms of violence towards teachers. This problem needs to be overcome by making a breakthrough by utilizing technology. The technology applied is expected to help the community, especially for teachers in Central Java, regarding legal information and input on these legal issues. The purpose of this study can develop E-Law Consult as a place for legal protection for Central Java Teachers. The procedure for developing E-Law Consultini uses a model developed by Borg and Gall which includes 10 stages, namely (1) Research and information collecting, (2) Planning, (3) Developing preliminary form of product, (4) Preliminary field testing, (5 ) Main product revision, (6) Main field testing, (7) Operational product revision, (8) Operational field testing, (9) Final product revision, (10) Dissemination and implementation. In this study, In the development process, the product was validated by experts, with a value for material experts at 98.3% included in the very good category while for media experts at 88.2% in the very good category. Based on the results of the experts' validation, the e-law consult media is a valid product and is suitable for use.