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Computing Concepts PD - Networks

In this module, we look at the fundamental concepts behind computer systems and basic networks. Dr. Fran Trees from the Rutgers University Computer Science Department explores the basic types of networks: client-server, peer-to-peer, and cloud-based networks. We then turn to discuss the history, structure, and functions of the Internet and how it has grown so drastically over the years. Dr. Trees then concludes by providing classroom activities, "Tablets of Stone" and "The Orange Game," that illustrate the concepts of packets, routing, deadlock, and network protocols.


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Next, we continue our discussion on the fundamental concepts behind computer systems and basic networks. Dr. Trees explores network protocols like HTTP, IP, UDP, and more. She also provides resources and suggestions for teaching this content in computer science courses.


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