ITL For Credit - MP*52

In conjunction with Clarkson's Internet Teaching Laboratory, students will participate in projects related to computer networking such as implementing network software, configuring networking hardware, simulating large-scale networks, evaluating and testing computer security, administering the Internet Teaching Laboratory, deploying networked solutions for community members or developing network tutorials for other students. Students will construct web-based portfolios and give oral presentations of their work. Given pass/no credit. By permission of instructor. Offered each semester.

Instructor: Dr. Jeanna Matthews

Available Course Numbers

The course is offered as variable credit and is generally taken for 0, 1, 2, or 3 credits at one time. Registering for 0 credits requires regular attendance at Applied CS Labs meetings, volunteering 5 hours in the lab, and submitting a webpage describing what you have learned and done for the semester. For 1 to 3 credits, discuss particular project plans with the instructor.

Ways to Contribute to the ITL

Student Webpages