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The Interplanetary Internet: Architecture and Key

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Material Type: Presentation
Date Added to MERLOT: December 29, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 03, 2003
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Author: Eric Travis Send email to Eric Travis 
Submitter : Therezita Ortiz

Power Point presentation explaining the concept of an interplanetary Internet.

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no Copyright: no
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Avatar for Steven Leach
11 years ago

Steven Leach (Student)

One of the best uses of PowerPoint I have ever seen. Slides were very
interactive and kept the learner involved with great planetary art and great
diagrams. Navigation was easy to follow and to get from one point to the other.

Time Spent Reviewing Tutorial: 10-15 Minutes

Content Rating: Excellent Content, great display of how the internet will be
utilized in the future.

Usage: Personal advancement, possible usage for Computer Science.

Ease of Materials: Content was slightly above my personal knowledge, would have
liked to spend more time looking over this tutorial.

Technical Remarks:

Great Navigation, easy to follow instruction. No way to print entire ppt
presentation. Also it might be helpful to share the original ppt file with
movie for learners to follow along with. Some of the smaller red fonts were
hard to read against the black background.
Used in course

Avatar for Therezita Ortiz
12 years ago

Therezita Ortiz (Faculty)

This site was used as a reference in a Introductory Networking class. We were
explaining the potential uses of the Internet. This site not only contains PP
slides but also links explaining concepts. Good graphics.

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