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Large Scale Synchronous/Asynchronous Collaborative Distributed Learning In A Graduate Level Computer Engineering Course
2001 Annual Conference Proceedings
Recent advances in telecommunications and network technology, increasing demand for continuing education for industry professionals, and the general mobility and geographic distribution of the population are forcing major changes in both synchronous and asynchronous graduate education. This paper describes the author's experience in teaching a large section of a graduate-level computer engineering course with synchronous lectures to nine locations in Virginia and the numerous supportingdoi:10.18260/1-2--9501 fatcat:7ascromxsvdabfn6rsy3vxvuhe