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Netkit
A network emulator for setting up and performing networking experiments...
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Computer Networks - A Systems Approach
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Computer Networking - Principles, Protocols and Practice
Computer Networking : Principles, Protocols and Practice (aka CNP3) is an ongoing effort to develop an open-source networking textbook that could be used for an in-depth undergraduate or graduate networking courses...
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Seattle Testbed
The Seattle testbed allows students to easily do assignments that span thousands of real machines all around the Internet...
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Computer Networking A Top-Down Approach
Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach, 5/E
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Networking Labs for CN5E July 22, 2014
Seattle Testbed May 06, 2013
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network programming Lab October 03, 2011
Computer Networking A Top-Down Approach September 12, 2011 maah37@qu.edu.sa
An Engineering Approach to Computer Networking January 14, 2011 314r
TELECOM Bretagne Network Classes November 12, 2010

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Networking educators prepare lots of teaching material. Some of them spent countless hours to prepare detailed slides, collect reference papers or prepare labs or exercises. Most of this material is often only used within a single university. The objective of this website is to allow networking educators to easily and efficiently share links to educational resources. We strongly encourage you to register and contribute to the SIGCOMM education community. There are two ways to contribute to the SIGCOMM education community :

1. If you are a teacher or teaching assistant, you can post links to educational resources such as :

  • slides that you developed for an entire course or even slides that provide information about a specific protocol or technology
  • exercices that you have tuned over the years
  • lab experiments that have allowed students to better understand the practical implications of various networking concepts
  • bibliographies or pointers to tutorial papers
  • video or recordings of courses or seminars
  • ...

2. If you are a student, researcher, network professional or teacher, read the available educational resources, tag, rank and comment on them. The comments can be used both to provide suggestions about the posted educational resources but also as informal reviews. Furthermore, use the ranks to indicate the most interesting and most useful resources. See also the position papers for the SIGCOMM 2011 Education workshop


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Conext 2011 shadow TPC
Added by obo, at June 20, 2011

In parallel with the CoNext 2011 conference, we organise a shadow TPC for recent PhD graduates.

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SIGCOMM Education workshop
Added by obo, at June 17, 2011

The preliminary programme of the workshop is now online

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Networking textbooks
Added by obo, at August 26, 2010

What are the advantages and drawbacks of the most popular networking textbooks ?

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Call for introductory teaching material
Added by obo, at June 11, 2010

We solicit teaching material that is suitable for a first, undergraduate or graduate level, introductory networking course.

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May 2010 : Launch of the SIGCOM education website
Added by obo, at May 04, 2010

We are proud to announce the launch of ACM's SIGCOMM educational resources website !

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