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IEEE Software Defined Network Initiative

Mehmet Ulema, Nirant Amogh, Raouf Boutaba, Cagatay Buyukkoc, Alex Clemm, Jiang Linda Xie, Mehmet C. Vuran, Antonio Manzalini, Roberto Saracco
2013 2013 IEEE SDN for Future Networks and Services (SDN4FNS)  
This paper outlines a proposal for setting up an IEEE initiative on software defined networks (SDNs) to facilitate professional and academic exchange of SDN-related ideas, research, and development.  ...  The proposal is a result of an intensive effort of a team consisting of the authors. After a comprehensive gap analysis, gaps and key opportunities were identified.  ...  This broader vision is especially important for IEEE to fill the gap and provide a larger scope for its products in publications, conferences, etc.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sdn4fns.2013.6702543 dblp:conf/sdn4fns/UlemaABBCXVMS13 fatcat:kowpck6vlvfurm64s6qlysa4nq

Amusement for the elderly using radio-controlled cars

J. Niitsuma, N. Tsuda, N. Tejima
2002 Gerontechnology  
Objective: The aim of the project was to determine the response of older adults to a CD-ROM based multi-media program developed integrating geriatric learning and technology principles, with the desired  ...  Conclusion: Older adults benefited from this gerontechnology program because it allowed them to adapt the delivery of information to their preferred learning style.  ...  It includes graphical timelines depicting patients' desired schedules for each medication and software that integrates timelines with the instructions and generates a calendar summarizing the patient's  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.024.00 fatcat:dejjm53635cubdz32svncuwqka

Experimental Comparison of Radio Duty Cycling Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks

Marie-Paule Uwase, Maite Bezunartea, Jacques Tiberghien, Jean-Michel Dricot, Kris Steenhaut
2017 IEEE Sensors Journal  
A 25 nodes wireless sensor network using Zolertia Z1 motes and the Contiki software was used for this investigation.  ...  The Routing Protocol for lossy networks (RPL) has been designed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) for seamless integration of wireless sensor networks in the Internet.  ...  curriculum early enough to form a basis for all student's understanding of embedded computing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsen.2017.2738700 fatcat:zla4x3dnvzehbncoh7rbsbsyrm

Implementing Pharmacy Informatics in College Curricula: The AACP Technology in Pharmacy Education and Learning Special Interest Group

Ross E. Vanderbush, H. Glenn Anderson, William K. Fant, Brad S. Fujisaki, Patrick M. Malone, Paul L. Price, Maria C. Pruchnicki, Teresa L. Sterling, Kara D. Weatherman, Karl G. Williams
2007 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
Within education we must respond to these initiatives and make technology integral to all aspects of the curriculum, inculcating in students the importance of technology in practice.  ...  This document proposes 5 central domains for organizing planning related to informatics and technology within pharmacy education.  ...  New, evolving, and yet-to-be-recognized sciences (bioinformatics, genomics, proteomics, and metabomics) integrate informatics within their core curriculum.  ... 
doi:10.5688/aj7106117 pmid:19503701 pmcid:PMC2690927 fatcat:czqktsz6cfh5bpi35dldye6ymu

Integrating e-learning in teacher education

Joyce Agalo
2022 Zenodo  
In considering the integration of electronic learning (e-learning) in teacher education, there is also a need to consider the kinds of skills and competencies the teacher needs for using such technical  ...  It gives a brief history of distance learning to include e-learning and teacher competencies in the utilization of related technology used in e-learning delivery modes.  ...  There is therefore a need for a paradigm shift as indicated below: Conclusion Education is dynamic in terms of its content, delivery modes, and learners.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6583911 fatcat:j6pqu5ehnff3tntmtmos5vr7ei

A topic-driven modular approach to engineering education delivery

Ruba A. Amarin, Ozlem O. Garibay, Issa Batarseh
2012 Proceedings of 2012 International Conference on Interactive Mobile and Computer Aided Learning (IMCL)  
The paper will describe the differences between the traditional curriculum delivery and the MeLearning concept in details accompanied by the main tools used and a description of the different modules features  ...  The interactive technical electronic book, TechEBook, currently under development at the University of Central Florida, provides a useful tool for engineers and scientists through unique features compared  ...  Traditional Curriculum Delivery In a MeLearning curriculum delivery system, the student will benefit through a more flexible selection of curriculum topics and a more efficient system of individual assessment  ... 
doi:10.1109/imcl.2012.6396447 fatcat:bdlbiflea5hr3ach5ey43otssm

A Topic-Driven Modular Approach to Engineering Education Delivery

Ruba Akram Amarin, Ozlem O. Garibay, Issa Batarseh
2013 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
The paper will describe the differences between the traditional curriculum delivery and the MeLearning concept in details accompanied by the main tools used and a description of the different modules features  ...  The interactive technical electronic book, TechEBook, currently under development at the University of Central Florida, provides a useful tool for engineers and scientists through unique features compared  ...  Traditional Curriculum Delivery In a MeLearning curriculum delivery system, the student will benefit through a more flexible selection of curriculum topics and a more efficient system of individual assessment  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v8i1.2470 fatcat:v5bdi55qevcpbnucti6y4puoje

A Study on Developments in Education Sector with the aid of Advanced Information and Communication Technology

Krishna Prasad K
2019 Zenodo  
A good Education is a well-defined process of acquiring skills, facilitating learning, obtaining special values, beliefs or habits, which results in overall individual growth of a person.  ...  Nowadays a student can learn new concepts without actually visiting the traditional classroom and sitting anywhere, anytime, or ubiquitously with the aid of advanced developments in Information and communication  ...  M-learning is a new paradigm in which interaction between students and teacher improved without any barriers to classroom.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3236648 fatcat:drxzk2pfd5hu5aqp6savyfqa4y

Towards innovation on computer science courses

Diones Hohemberger, Andréia dos Santos Sachete, Fábio Diniz Rossi
2021 International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science  
For curricular integration to become a reality in the academy, it is necessary that the Political Pedagogical Diones Hohemberger et al.  ...  guide well-defined activities.  ...  Also, it uses Scrum sprints for each new phase, active collaboration between client and development team like DSDM, performs risk analysis like MSF, and performs small deliveries like PDD and XP.  ... 
doi:10.22161/ijaers.88.10 fatcat:2iwksdlmjzatnbsemiwoqytcvi

Experiencing Innovation Practice Applied to Computer Science Courses via Innovation Framework

Diones Hohemberger, Andréia dos Santos Sachete, Fábio Diniz Rossi
2021 Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal  
Steinbeis-SIBE University introduces a new approach, and the framework increases the stages of design thinking in more meaningful quantities to guide clearly defined actions.  ...  Based on the advent of Industry 4.0, curriculum changes must be continuous.  ...  Also, it uses Scrum sprints for every new step, active collaboration between client and development team like DSDM, performs risk analysis like MSF and performs small deliveries like PDD and XP.  ... 
doi:10.20533/licej.2040.2589.2021.0472 fatcat:iz54nmyldjewjp6ajs57xyo6nu

Модель оцінки мобільності інформаційно-телекомунікаційної мережі спеціального призначення

С.В. Дружинін, О.К. Климович, Н.В. Лукова-Чуйко
2018 Збірник наукових праць Харківського національного університету Повітряних Сил  
Software-defined radio: a new paradigm for integrated curriculum delivery / S.G. Bilén // IEEE Communications Magazine. -2014. -Vol. 52. -No. 5. -Pp. 184-193. 13. Rost P.  ...  Software radio: a catalyst for wireless innovation / C. Moy, J. Palicot // IEEE Communications Magazine. -2015. -Vol. 53. -No. 9. -Pp. 24-30. 12. Bilén S.G.  ... 
doi:10.30748/zhups.2018.55.14 fatcat:du6qtlo34jbx7fcdctidaxntly

The future of electrical and computer engineering education

F.C. Berry, P.S. DiPiazza, S.L. Sauer
2003 IEEE Transactions on Education  
A model curriculum proposed in this paper merges the disciplines of mathematics, science, engineering, and computing.  ...  Index Terms-Electrical and computer engineering (ECE) curriculum, future of electrical and computer engineering education, undergraduate.  ...  Some of the topics addressed by these coalitions were: design across the curriculum, new curriculum models for the next century, developing an integrated curriculum, open-end problem solving using multidisciplinary  ... 
doi:10.1109/te.2003.818757 fatcat:gw5ajbqefjc5ljjw2lh7sgbzua

Design of computer-assisted education programs for optics and photonics: implications of educational technology research

Stephen M. Pompea
2002 Seventh International Conference on Education and Training in Optics and Photonics  
A model approach for an entire course using such software will be presented. Particular care will be given to how one evaluates the course software.  ...  The basis for the evaluation of distance learning course software.  ...  My sincere thanks to George Chapman for his work in developing distance learning software that has many of the attributes described herein.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.468734 fatcat:ajp2l5tigbhtjkkmzjimmh26ii

Techno‐pedagogy and the Conversational Learning Paradigm: Delivering the Curriculum at the Centre for Individual Language Learning

Steven J. Coombs, Radha Ravindran
2003 Asia Pacific Journal of Education  
the CILL curriculum.  ...  We then discuss the three key technologies available in CILL and explain how the integration of these three technologies provides for a conversational scaffolding learning environment that helps deliver  ...  How a person learns a new concept is described in terms of a "personal paradigm shift" that originates from a "conversational constructivist" learning event.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0218879030230205 fatcat:fiewqipknrek5dbzbknclvj73i

Teachers' Perspectives on Remote-based Teaching and Learning in the COVID-19 Era: Rethinking Technology Availability and Suitability in Zimbabwe

Vusumuzi Maphosa
2021 European Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Education  
The government of Zimbabwe adopted radio broadcast as the primary tool for lesson delivery during the COVID-19.  ...  The study results revealed that teachers preferred to use smartphones and computers/laptops for teaching rather than radio.  ...  In the constructivist paradigm, the learner is actively involved in constructing new knowledge and is, therefore, not a passive receiver (Taber, 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.30935/ejimed/9684 fatcat:afqdpi6cvzgeve3othsxyuiaka
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