Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Computer networks--Planning; Education--Data processing--Planning;
With the increased use of computers in schools, it should come as no surprise that schools are quickly beginning to see the incredible potential of connecting those computers together. The opportunities a computer network in schools can provide for administrators, teachers, and students are immense and are beginning to be realized across the nation.
This paper will by no means make the reader an expert in setting up a computer network. It is merely to introduce you to the basics of computer networking, some of the unique qualities of a school network when compared to networks done elsewhere, and show that networked computers are an important asset to any school system and worth the initial inconvenience they may cause.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Sharon E. Smaldino
1 PDF file (29 pages)
©1997 Robert Kleinow
Kleinow, Robert, "Building a computer network for schools" (1997). Graduate Research Papers. 996.