This teaching tip addresses the faculty preparation, course design, and resource allocation undertaken to teach an undergraduate course in telecommunications and data networking to business students with a concentration in Information Systems. There are special difficulties in designing such a course because of the hardware preparation involved and the assignment of supervisor rights to a large number of students. The course lectures are integrated with problem-solving oriented laboratory based assignments. The author believes that hands-on experience with networking hardware and software for the students is essential to grasp the data networking concepts
"Telecommunications and Data Networking Course: Balancing Theory and Practice,"
Journal of Information Systems Education: Vol. 15
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