CECS 5460/4550

Computer Networks for Educational Environments

Fall 2004

General Information


Course Description:

  • Study of computer networks used in support of education and training. Includes topics in network topologies, wiring, administration, risk management, and disaster recovery. Special emphasis is placed on the application of network technologies to K-12 educational environments, higher education, and the training environments of business, industry and the military.

Class Listserv:

  • The instructor will use the listserv system to communicate information to students throughout the class. It is your responsibility to read mail sent to that account listed in the class listserv, either by accessing the account directly or by forwarding mail sent to that account to another Internet e-mail account that you read on a regular basis. Contact the instructor if you need your email account on the list changed.

    Note: It is best that you use your UNT eaglemail account for course e-mail. Hotmail and other free e-mail services tend to block lists or places messages into a junk folder. Be sure to check often at the beginning of the semester that you are getting your course e-mail updates.

Meeting Information:

    September 2 5:30 - 8:20pm MATT 310
    September 16 5:30 - 8:20pm MATT 310
    September 30 5:30 - 8:20pm MATT 310
    October 14 5:30 - 8:20pm MATT 310
    October 28 5:30 - 8:20pm MATT 310
    November 11 5:30 - 8:20pm MATT 310
    December 2 5:30 - 8:20pm MATT 310