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MERLOT II


    

Peer Review


The Interplanetary Internet: Architecture and Key

 

Ratings

Overall Rating:

3 stars
Content Quality: 3 stars
Effectiveness: 2 stars
Ease of Use: 3 stars
Reviewed: Oct 02, 2002 by Information Technology Editorial Board
Overview: This module is a crossword puzzle that makes use of networking terms. The
students must recognize the definitions and then apply the term to fill in the
puzzle.
Learning Goals: The learning goal is to provide information about an Internet-like network
connecting planets
Target Student Population: The target population would be anyone interested in interplanetary
communication.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills: Need to have no prerequisite knowledge.
Type of Material: This is a Power Point presentation.
Recommended Uses:
Technical Requirements: A browser is all that is needed by the students.

Evaluation and Observation

Content Quality

Rating: 3 stars
Strengths: Good graphics on the slides.
Concerns: I question whether this is a joke or not. It does not seem relevant to the
current networking environment.

Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool

Rating: 2 stars
Strengths:
Concerns: This slide show would have a very limited use.

Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty

Rating: 3 stars
Strengths: A technically oriented slide show.
Concerns: No introduction on the initial slides about what this is about. Some comments
in addition to the slides would make the slide show more useful.

Other Issues and Comments: