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When the teaching and learning process suddenly changes from classical to distance learning (PJJ), it is necessary to adjust the methods and media with the learning materials. Distance learning has limited learning tools and media that can be used, such as instant messaging applications, video recording and video conferencing. Entrepreneurship courses are taught using video and instant messages and are expected to achieve learner goals, making students have an interest in becoming an entrepreneur after graduation. The use of learning media during PJJ needs to be seen on the level of its influence on learning objectives, therefore it is necessary to see whether there are differences in the level of student entrepreneurial interest based on video and instant messages. There were 128 students who received entrepreneurship courses as the research sample and the t-test method was used to determine whether there was a difference between the two media. The test results show that the level of student interest in entrepreneurship is in the low category and there is no difference in the effect of the use of video and instant messages on student interest in entrepreneurship.
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