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IP Addressing and Subnetting

IP Addressing and Subnetting

IP addressing and subnetting tutorial presentation. Contains audio, video and assignments.
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tarek cheikh
tarek cheikh (Faculty)
4 years ago
your link is dead !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Time spent reviewing site: 0 hours
Patrick Coyle
Patrick Coyle (Faculty)
9 years ago
Reviewed these videos for about one half hour. This is an excellent series of videos that can be used in a classroom to help students understand a difficult subject (subnetting). I will use some of these in a routing and switching class that I teach.
Used in course? Yes
Time spent reviewing site: 30 minutes
Allyn Bushlow
Allyn Bushlow (Staff)
11 years ago
Very good information - well organized, easy to follow.

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The audio tool bar could be smaller and more graphics instead of just audio or even video might make it more interesting. Overall great job.
Jody Savage
Jody Savage (Student)
13 years ago
Easy to use and has very good information for students to learn and understand
IP addressing.

  Millage
Millage (Student)
14 years ago
I only browsed the material for a few minutes. The quality of content is very
good and is very helpful. The potential effectiveness for enhancing teaching is
great it is a very good page with lots of good information.

Technical Remarks:

I didnt use the materials much at this time but I plan to come back and use this
more in the future.
Used in course? Yes
Dr. Judy Ann Serwatka
14 years ago
This site is easy to use and has very good information for students to use on
their own to learn about IP addressing. There is a fee to use it in a classroom,
so it is best used outside of the classroom, as an additional study guide for
students.

Technical Remarks:

Since this site contains a "video" slide show, it takes a long time to load on a
dial-up line. This may make it difficult for students to use because they will
get frustrated waiting for each portion to load.
Used in course? Yes
Cyndee Hyman
Cyndee Hyman (Student)
15 years ago
I spent a few minutes browsing this site. This site had good quality material
on it. I think this site will enhance learning because it is layed out in an
easy to understand outline.
Steven Leach
Steven Leach (Student)
15 years ago
This was an excellent jumping board for the beginer in networking. I have very
little knowledge of binary numbers and I do not grasp math very well, but the
tutorial videos were an excellent teaching source. In past classes the subject
material all seemed to be over my head and way too complex for me. This
information brought the materials to my level by explaining piece by piece how
exactly the numbers worked. I did not get to spend the time that I would have
liked on this tutorial, but the time that I spent was well worth it. This would
have been a very effective teaching tool in some of my earlier Computer Science
classes.

Technical Remarks:

I absolutely loved how this tutorial used PowerPoint, Windows Media and voice
stream to bring this to the learners. Some of the flaws that I found were that
the slides were not visable due to the compression at all points during the
"lecture". The voice of the presenter was very nice to listen to and kept the
learner involved
Used in course? Yes
Therezita Ortiz
Therezita Ortiz (Faculty)
15 years ago
Students may use this tutorial for their own personal use but if you want to
implement it within a classroom environment you must purchase a license.
Excellent, well developed tutorial...