Instructor Resources

We (Keith and Jim) have each been teaching computer networking for more than 30 years. Together, we bring more than 60 years of teaching experience to this text, during which time we have taught many thousands of students. We have also been active researchers in computer networking during this time. (In fact, Jim and Keith first met each other as master’s students in a computer networking course taught by Mischa Schwartz in 1979 at Columbia University.) We think all this gives us a good perspective on Teaching networking, and an appreciation for high-quality resources that can help an instructor in teaching a computer networking course.

Here are the resources that we think instructors may find useful, and where to find them:

We gratefully acknowledge the programming and problem design work of John Broderick (UMass '21), which has really helped to substantially improve this site.

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