A detailed look at how IP addresses are created, including code for configuring a CISCO router. The site begins at an entry level and progresses in diffculty level.
Type of Material:
I would use this as an supplement, or study review to material presented in the classroom and in a textbook. Online courses would benefit from this site to use in order to enhance the lesson on IP addressing.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
To teach entry level networking students how to assign and use IP addresses.
Target Student Population:
College students enrolled in an entry level network course.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Basic network terminology.
The content is excellent, with good examples to explain how IP address are assign and used.
A little higher level than some explanations. Some students may have trouble with the concept of subnetting.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
This is a good tutorial and will reinforce student's understanding of this topic.
Quiz material or self-test would be a good addition to the site. Students would be able to quiz themselves and check if they have understood the material.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Very easy to use, since this is a single web site, with an index to allow the student to jump to specific topics of interest.
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