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This unit introduces students to the design and implementation of contemporary wired and wireless computer networks, the systems- and application-level software necessary to support their efficient operation, and the security and privacy factors introduced and enabled by networks and their applications.
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Students should participate in the 90-minute lecture each week (starting week 1), and one 2-hour laboratory session each week (starting week 2).
The lectures are recorded, but be aware that recordings sometimes fail.
Attendance at laboratory sessions is not compulsory. Instead, there are a number of 2 hour laboratory periods each week at which students will be able to gain assistance from laboratory demonstrators. Students are encouraged to participate in at least one of these sessions each week to informally assess their progress.
|Lecture -||11am - 1pm||Wednesday||Will be pre-recorded, no Zoom streaming|
|Laboratory (participate in one each week)||11am - 1pm||Monday||via Zoom|
|11am - 1pm||Monday||via Zoom|
|12noon - 2pm||Friday||via Zoom|
|2pm - 4pm||Friday||via Zoom|
|Assessment||% of final mark||Assessment dates||Outcomes assessed|
|Individual project||40%|| Handed out week 7,
due 5pm Friday 22nd May (week 11)
|Final examination||60%||Online, 2 hours in June 2020||All|
Before undertaking this unit, students are strongly encouraged to read the university policies that apply to this unit: