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Learning Networking through Mobile Apps

This presentation was my proposal defense for my Final Year Project. This project basically introduce a new mobile apps to be used for students who are taking introductory subject of computer networking.
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Transcript of Learning Networking through Mobile Apps

Learning DCN using Mobile Application
Title:
Background
Prototype
Demonstration

95%
FYP1
Problem
Lit Review (1)
Objectives
Lit. Review
Lit. Review (2)
Lit. Review (3)
Lit. Review (4)
By:
Muhammad Hanis Roslan Affandi - 13714
Supervisor:
Nazleeni Samiha Haron
Methodology
Result
Result(1)
Result(2)
Examiner:
Dr. Low Tang Jung
Mobile Learning
Data Communication & Networking
Background
Problem Statement
Lacking of mobile applications tailored to DCN subject
Current method in teaching DCN
Objectives
To design an application based on mobile learning theory
To develop an application as a supplement for student in understanding DCN subject
Towards New Definition of M-Learning (Son, Lee & Park, 2004)
Literature Review
"…learning while away from desk with just about any device small enough to be carried…"
A Review of Literature in Mobile Learning: Affordance and Constraints (Orr,2010)
"Mobile learning user have access to real-time data whenever they need it…"
Mobile learning
Literature Review
DCN
Data Communication & Networking(Forouzan, 2007)
"to be able to exchange data such as text, audio, video from all points of the world"
"a network is a set of devices connected by communication links"
Learning Criteria
Literature Review
Theoretical Foundations of Mobile Learning Mediated by Technology (Ruan, Wang & Li, 2009)
Informal Learning: Unofficial, unscheduled, impromptu way of us learn to do our jobs
Action Learning: The involvement of people to discuss and solve problem
Experiential Learning: process of creating knowledge through transformation of experience
Literature Review
Literature Review
Implications in Teaching Computer Networking (Chen, 2003)
Graduates from universities and colleges need to have working concepts in computer networking to be able to communicate intelligently with computer networking professionals
Methodology
Requirement Planning & Analysis
Design the interface
User Acceptance Testing
Release of Application
Design / interface improvement
Not satisfied
Accepted
FYP1
FYP2
Result & Discussion
Survey conducted
54 respondents
6
(11%)
48
(89%)
Result & Discussion
35
(66%)
7
(12%)
5
(9%)
7
(12%)
Result & Discussion
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Study Plan
Study Plan
Conclusion
We need to have mobile application tailored to DCN syllabus in order to assist student in DCN subject
Conclusion
References
References
C, S., Y, L., & S, P. (2004). Toward New Definition of M-Learning. World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare and Higher Education, (pp. 2137-2140). Chesapeake.

Chen, C. (2003). A Constructivist Approach to Teaching: Implications in Teaching Computer Networking. Information Technology, Learning, and Performance Journal, 17-27.

Forouzan, B. A. (2007). Data Communications & Networking. New York: Mc Graw Hill.

Orr, G. (2010). A Review of Literature in Mobile Learning: Affordances and Constraints. The 6th IEEE International Conference on Wireless, Mobile, and Ubiquitous Technologies in Education, (pp. 107-111). Texas.

Ruan, G., Wang, J., & Li, Z. (2009). Theoretical Foudnations Of Mobile Learning Mediated by Technology. 1st International Conference on Information Science and Engineering (pp. 5435 - 5438). Xianning, China: School of Electronic and Information Engineering.


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