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"Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line is a form of DSL. ADSL is a data communications technology (modem technology) that enables faster data transmission over copper telephone lines than any conventional modem can provide."
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James Chapko (Student)
accurate. Content has not been updated, and is therefore somewhat outdated.
Nick Kaster (Student)
embedded links used to connect terms to the glossary.
and were adequate.
Heather Putigna (Administrator)
they had. I thought it to be very informative. I think the glossary and links
to the technical terms helped. I think that that would be a good website to use
in a classroom.
bottom of each screen.
Steven Leach (Student)
navagation. General introduction to ADSL.
Time Spent Reviewing Tutorial: 10-15 Minutes
Content Rating: Simple and to the point.
Usage: Personal advancement, possible usage for Computer Science.
Ease of Materials: Content seemed a little high for the average user.
Nicole Gray (Student)
what ADSL is and it everyday usage. Also I found that the authors did a good
job in making sure that any one could understand what ADSL is and they also
provided additional information if needed for futher understanding.
Nirav Shah (Student)
appearance, although content is useful to learn about ADSL. It is ease to use,
but because of color combination I don?t like to spend much time there.
Susan Treble (Student)
overnight. However, there is a reasonable amount of information on ADSL with
links, references and definitions of acronyms.
Mehdi Zadeh (Student)
concept of ADSL. Good.
specific. Overall well done.
Gene Doffin (Student)
information at the end. Could be more in-depth in the discussion of more
complex topics. Also, the authors seem to assume the readers have previous
knowledge of the technology.
Martin Brown (Student)
be a excellent resource for anyone that is interested in DSL, ADSL, or Video
Barbara Gaal (Student)
scrolling the user has to do.
Tonda Johnson (Student)
other information which was nice at first but after every other word being a
link it was tiresome.