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2023

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2022

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2021

Course syllabus IK2217 ( Spring 2020 - )

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Course analysis: 13/08/2021

Coordinator Examiners Students Examination Result Changes of the course before this course offering

Marco Chiesa

Marco Chiesa

17

LABA (1.0) P, F

PROA (2.5) A, B, C, D, E, FX, F

SEMA (1.0) P, F

TENA (3.0) A, B, C, D, E, FX, F

88 % *

This course has been giving in a virtual format. We made two main modifications with respect to the physical lectures: (i) We organized more breakout rooms to discuss specific topics and (ii) we tested live quizzes using Mentimeter that the students could answer after some specific modules (based on a request from the students). We improved the tutorials and project descriptions to resolve all the problems mentioned in the previous edition. We also tried to give more freedom to the students on how to form the groups, letting the students choose the size and the team members with even more freedom than before. We also experimented a different learning method for the programmable network part. Instead of presenting the context and theory and then let the students start working on the project, we first gave the project description and programming tools to the students and let them explore these. The theory came while they were already well acquainted with the practical tools. We also added weekly 20-minute per-group meetings to give feedback to the students about their project.

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Additional data about the course analysis

The course analysis applies to following course offerings

Compulsory within programme

Published first time

8/13/2021

Last time changed

No changes since first published.

2020

Course syllabus IK2217 ( Spring 2020 - )

No course memo added

Course analysis: 13/08/2021

Coordinator Examiners Students Examination Result Changes of the course before this course offering

Marco Chiesa

Marco Chiesa

9

LABA (1.0) P, F

PROA (2.5) A, B, C, D, E, FX, F

SEMA (1.0) P, F

TENA (3.0) A, B, C, D, E, FX, F

87 % *

The main modification has been the introduction of a group project as discussed in the last-year course analysis. The aim of the group project was to make the course more practical and to help the students relating the teaching material with real-world implementations. We also aligned the grading criteria with the ILOs and the written examination.

Course data has been registered manually

Additional data about the course analysis

The course analysis applies to following course offerings

Compulsory within programme

Published first time

8/13/2021

Last time changed

8/13/2021

Comments to changes in course data or course analysis after publishing

Adjusted the graduation rate based on exact data from the exam.

2019

Course syllabus IK2217 ( Spring 2019 - Autumn 2019 )

No course memo added

Course analysis: 13/08/2021

Coordinator Examiners Students Examination Result Changes of the course before this course offering

Dejan Manojlo Kostic

Marco Chiesa

28

LAB1 (3.0) P, F

PRO1 (1.5) P, F

TEN1 (3.0) A, B, C, D, E, FX, F

64.3 %

The course has been expanded by providing more information into Ethernet and STP routing protocols as well as a new module on Programmable networks. The datacenter module has been reduced to keep the load in line with the number of credits.

Course data has been registered manually

Additional data about the course analysis

The course analysis applies to following course offerings

Compulsory within programme

Published first time

8/13/2021

Last time changed

No changes since first published.

2018

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