Computer networks E-learning based on interactive simulations and SCORM

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This paper introduces a new set of compact interactive simulations developed for the constructive learning of computer networks concepts. These simulations, which compose a virtual laboratory implemented as portable Java applets, have been created by combining EJS (Easy Java Simulations) with the KivaNS API. Furthermore, in this work, the skills and motivation level acquired by the students are evaluated and measured when these simulations are combined with Moodle and SCORM (Sharable Content Object Reference Model) documents. This study has been developed to improve and stimulate the autonomous constructive learning in addition to provide timetable flexibility for a Computer Networks subject.




Gil, P., Candelas, F. A., & Jara, C. A. (2011). Computer networks E-learning based on interactive simulations and SCORM. International Journal of Online Engineering, 7(2), 15–23.

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