Instructional Strategies and Design for Immersive Wireless Communication Tutorials and Exercises
Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
This paper presents first steps towards development and assessment of a curriculum and tutorials built around hands-on exercises intended to introduce introductory and advanced concepts in wireless communications to current and future STEM professionals in a more effective way. We describe the motivation for the tutorials and our approach to designing and developing the tutorials, and provide a list of planned tutorial topics. Assessment results are provided for two tutorials, one of which included an exercise that employed an Internet-accessible software-defined radio testbed. The tutorials were piloted with ten students in a graduate-level software-defined radio course. Based on these results we present conclusions and approaches for improving the initial tutorial exercise and the remaining tutorials and exercises as they are developed.
Garcia-Sheridan, Joshua, Seungmo Kim, Richard Goff, Vuk Marojevic, Nicholas Polys, Ayat Mohammed, Carl Dietrich.
"Instructional Strategies and Design for Immersive Wireless Communication Tutorials and Exercises."
Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition.