Teaching on wireless telecommunication networks faces a number of challenges, such as the
fact that contents are dynamic in nature, the resulting framework is complex and
heterogeneous, design principles can largely vary from one system to another, etc. In order to
cope with these challenges, novel and advanced methodologies have to be implemented so
that the expectations placed by students and industry are met. In this context, this paper will
stress the relevance of exploiting the always-evolving wireless technologies to introduce
concepts to students in a non-disruptive way, so that novel concepts associated to newly
introduced technologies can be presented on top of previous concepts associated to
previously existing technologies. In addition, the integration of theoretical contents and
practical experience as key enablers of the learning process will also be stressed.
CitationPérez-Romero, J. [et al.]. On teaching always evolving wireless technologies. A: International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED). "International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED)". València: 2009, p. 4565-4575.
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