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The Engineering Skills Gap: A Golden Opportunity for Changing the Way We Approach Education

Imagine a student painstakingly studying the complete design, structure and functioning of a bicycle. The student further learns why, to be able to ride a bicycle, one needs to work its pedals continuously and, at the same time, maintain its balance. Yet when it comes to learning to ride one,

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Experiential Learning of Networking Technologies

  Abstract At the undergraduate level, most Computer Networking curricula aim to familiarize students with key networking technologies and standards, with an emphasis on breadth rather than depth of understanding. This is detrimental to students in two ways. First, students obtain a rudimentary or incomplete understanding of inherently complex yet fundamental concepts.

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