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Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 1 of 25 ITC560 – Internet Technologies PG Session 2 2015 Faculty of Business School of Computing and Mathematics Internal Mode Subject Overview This subject provides an in-depth study of various internet technologies, from web applications to the underlying communication technologies. The main emphasis is to combine technical concepts with a high-level understanding of networks and the different protocol layers and communication media used in the internet. The subject covers emerging internet technologies and explores topics in detail such as network and data communication models. It further explores the concept of Internet of Everything (IoE) by introducing the pillars of IoE and the idea of connecting the unconnected. It discusses the design of web sites using programming languages such as Extensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). The subject provides in-depth information on how communication amongst different web applications occurs by discussing and analysing different networking concepts along with the internet infrastructure. It discusses the next generation Internet Protocol (IP) system for the Internet and explains IPv6. In the application layer, it discusses the standard client-server protocols and Peer-to-Peer Paradigm. Learning outcomes On successful completion of this subject, you should be able to explain and demonstrate various internet terminologies; be able to analyse the role and importance of internet technologies in the modern world; be able to investigate and describe emerging internet technologies such as the Internet of Everything (IoE) and web applications; be able to design web pages for the internet using programming languages such as XHTML and CSS; be able to evaluate and demonstrate how different application layer services such as client-server and Peer-to-Peer Paradigms work in the Internet. Lecturer Details Subject Coordinator Rajasekaran Lakshmiganthan Email rlakshmiganthan@studygroup.com Phone To be advised. Campus To be advised. Building/Room number To be advised. About your lecturer Dr Beulah Moses completed her primary and secondary education in her country of birth India. Her tertiary qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering , Master’s Degree in Information Technology specializing in Mobile Computing, Master’s in Business Administration and a PhD in Computer Systems Engineering specializing in Artificial Intelligence from the University of South Australia and DSTO Australia. Her PhD was with the Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia under the supervision of Chief Scientist, Automation. She obtained prestigious International Postgraduate Research Scholarship from the Common wealth government to do her PhD. Currently she is doing her final semester in Grad Cert in Tertiary Education from Federation University. Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 2 of 25 Her current research interests include: Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Agents, Big data, Machine learning, Mobile Computing and Networks, Data Analytics, Data mining and Data warehousing. Her publications include book chapters and international journals. Dr Beulah Moses has been involved in tertiary education since 1995, contributing in various IT, Engineering, Science and Mathematics subjects. In recent years, his main focus has been the IT and Mathematics subjects including: Introduction to IT; Software Engineering – Analysis and Design using Java and C#; Artificial Intelligence; Knowledge-Based Systems; Internet Technologies, TCP/IP and networking, Cloud computing, IT Project Management, Virtualisation, Data Analytics, Digital Forensics, Intelligent Internet, Advance Communication Engineering. Learning, Teaching and Support Strategies Class times and location Lecture 1: Mondays 9.00am-12.00pm, Room 4.11 & 4.12 Lecture 2: Tuesdays 9.00am-12.00pm, Room 4.11 & 4.12 How to contact your lecturer Any questions concerning the teaching of this subject can be made by contacting your Subject Lecturer. Lecturer Name: Dr Beulah Moses Lecturer Email Address: BMoses@studygroup.com Email is the best option. Please send a brief message regarding the issue and include the subject name and code in your email ?it really helps to know which class you belong to, before I respond to your query. If you prefer to phone me that is fine, but please leave a message if I am not there at the time ? I will give you a call back as soon as I can. How you are expected to engage with the subject All of your subject materials are available on the Interact site under the Topics link in the left hand side menu. I suggest that for each topic you read the learning objectives carefully, read the overview, have a quick skim of the text and then watch the interactive tutorial. Once you have got a feel for what the topic is about try and make a good set of notes under each of the topic review questions in that topic. You can do this by watching the tutorial and consulting the text again in a more considered way. These questions have been designed to give you focus in the topic, so it really helps to prepare a useful set of answers to them. Once you feel ready you can test yourself by taking the online quiz in the topic – there are no marks recorded and you can do each quiz as many times as you like. In this subject there are also lots of opportunities for you to engage with me, with your peers and with Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 3 of 25 the subject. I will be holding 12 regular sessions where we can discuss content issues and assessment items. As part of your assessment in this subject you are required to work alone for all the assessment items. It is helpful to have a small task to complete early in the session, so that you have a focus in the subject from the very first day, and so I have set a small assessment item in week 5-6, as part of your assessment. If you don’t complete the assessment, I may contact you by phone or email to have a chat about study and if there are any issue that I can help with. The study guide and/or subject materials for this subject have been written specifically to guide you through the sections (and questions) of the prescribed textbook relevant to each topic. You should check the Interact Site at least weekly for postings, announcements, lecture information and other resources that will assist your studies or additional information and resources vital to your success in the subject. Studying at university does not mean studying alone. Take advantage of collective wisdom and post your questions to the subject forum. Use the subject schedule to plan your studies over the session. The first assessment task in this subject is designed to identify students who are not engaged in the subject and are therefore at risk of failure or withdrawal Information on effective time management is available on the CSU Learning Support website via the following link: student.csu.edu.au Visit the Learning Support website for advice about assignment preparation, academic reading and note taking, referencing, effective time management and preparing for exams at: student.csu.edu.au You can also contact an adviser through Student Central on the following number: 1800 275 278 (or +61 2 6933 7507 (http://interact.csu.edu.au/sakai-msi-tool/content/templates/edit.html?setId=33933#) from outside Australia). Library services You can find on the Library Services web site full details of how we can help you find books, articles, Australian and international databases, full-text newspapers and journals, electronic reference collections as well as links to other libraries and their catalogues: The Library website provides access to print and online material, such as books, reports, journals, articles, dissertations, newspapers, and other reference tools. You will also find guides and assistance to help you use the Library’s resources. http://www.csu.edu.au/division/library/ You can find Library Services on both the CSU website and the SGA library catalogue website including access to a wide range of electronic books, electronic journals, as well as textbooks available for loan in the Darlinghurst campus library. You can also access reports, journals, articles, dissertations, full text newspapers, and online reference resources (e.g. ABS statistics, Australian standards, encyclopaedias, dictionaries), as well as links to other libraries and their catalogues: http://aleph.unilinc.edu.au/sga – SGA Melbourne library catalogue including electronic books and electronic journals online. http://www.csu.edu.au/division/library/ – CSU Library Services including Primo Search catalogue, online tutorials and video tutorials in research skills, finding articles for assignments, topic analysis, Endnote referencing program and many other online library services to help you successfully complete your assignments for all CSU courses. Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 4 of 25 http://trove.nla.gov.au/ – Powerful search engine from National Library of Australia to access many different online resources on any subject from one search. Contact Details for renewing loans, locating books and other information: SGA Melbourne Library: Marian Lees – Director, Library Services Email: MLees@studygroup.com Library Help Friendly and quick assistance available. Ask for help finding information and navigating the library’s extensive eResources. http://www.csu.edu.au/division/library/help/ask Online Tutorials Learn how to: •use Primo Search to find eReserve material and journal articles. •identify appropriate sources of information and peer reviewed material, and evaluate resources. •search journal databases and web resources for information for your assessments. http://www.csu.edu.au/division/library/how-to/watch-it Bookmark your Subject Library Guide Subject Library guides are a great way to get started with research. Each online guide is tailored to a specific area of study, outing how to research in your area and where to look for information. http://libguides.csu.edu.au/ Academic learning support assistance Visit the learning support website for advice about assignment preparation, academic reading and note-taking, referencing, and preparing for exams at: http://student.csu.edu.au/study You may also contact: Ann Ahn Email: aahn@studygroup.com Phone: (03) TBA For appointments, please see Reception. Queries regarding the content of this subject should be directed to your subject lecturer. Your workload in this subject Each week you should spend around 9 – 11 hours studying this subject – obviously some weeks may require more time than others depending on how you work – but the following is a guide for your information. Weekly class lectures: 3.0 hours Preparation of topic to be discussed in class: 2.0 hour Topic related readings: 2.0 hours Topic related activites completion: 2.0 hours Preparation for assessment items: 2.0 hours Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 5 of 25 Text and Learning Materials Prescribed text(s) Forouzan, B. A. (2013). Data communications and networking (5th ed.). McGraw Hill. Note: Some topics in this subject are covered from other text books. The electronic version of the relevant material is available through the CSU Library. Go to the CSU Library (http://www.csu.edu.au/division/library) home page and in the primo search type ‘ITC560’ and follow the links from there to access the reading material. Schedule Session Week Week Commencing Topics Learning activities 1 27 July 2015 Introduction to web technologies Interact site topic 1, Provide your working email address to your lecturer for CISCO network academy course enrolment. 2 3 August 2015 Network models Chapter 2 of the textbook, Make sure that you can access CISCO IoE course by the end of this week. 3 & 4 10 August 2015 Internet of everything (IoE) – Part 1 Internet of everything (IoE) – Part 2 CISCO IoE course, Chapter 1: What is the IoE? and Chapter 2: Pillars of the IoE, attempt practice quizzes at the end of both chapters. CISCO IoE course, Chapter 3: Connecting the Unconnected? and Chapter 4: Transitioning to the IoE, attempt practice quizzes at the end of both chapters. Getting web server account on CSU web servers: Read the document provided in student resource Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 6 of 25 Session Week Week Commencing Topics Learning activities folder, how to get CSU web server account and follow the instructions provided. 5 17 August 2015 Internet of everything (IoE) – Part 3 CISCO IoE course, Chapter 5: Bringing it all together, attempt practice quizzes at the end of this chapter. Assessment item 1: Online Quiz due midnight Sunday 21 August 2015 6 24 August 2015 Data communication models Reading resources in topic 6 of Interact site, Make sure that you get your web server account by the end of this week and check that your web site address is working. Break 31 August 2015 7 7 September 2015 Next generation IP Chapter 22 of the textbook Start working on assessment 2, due date: midnight Friday 25th September 2015 8 14 September 2015 Peer-to-peer paradigm Chapter 29 of the textbook Working on assessment 2, due date: midnight Friday 25th September 2015 9 21 September 2015 Application layer paradigm Selected topics from Chapters 25 & 26 of the textbook. See the detail in interact2 site topic. Assessment 2 due this week: due date, midnight Friday 25th September 2015 10 28 September 2015 Web page design using CSS Complete the chapter on CSS, reading material can be accessed from CSU Library. Complete the activities (1) Build a basic Style Sheet, and (2) Applying basic selection techniques, mentioned at the end of this topic. Start working on your assessment 3. due date: midnight Friday 9th October 2015 Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 7 of 25 Session Week Week Commencing Topics Learning activities 11 5 October 2015 Web page design using HTML5 Complete the chapter on HTML5, reading material can be accessed from CSU Library Work and finish assessment 3, due date: midnight Friday 9th October 2015 12 12 October 2015 Revision and final exam discussion Revision and final exam discussion Examination period 19 October – 30 October 2015 Assessment Information Introduction to assessment To protect the academic integrity of the subject, you may be asked to complete an additional test (which may be verbal) if I or another member of the teaching staff have doubts that the work that you have submitted for an assessment item is your own. This test would be held within 4 weeks of the submission of the assessment. Detailed information regarding: Sample exam (for subjects with a formal exam) Pass requirements Grades Presentation Submissions Extensions Penalties for late submission Assignment return Resubmission Plagiarism are included in Appendix 1. Assessment Items Item number Title Type Value Due date* Return date** 1 Online Quiz Assignment 15% 21-Aug-2015 11-Sep-2015 2 Short Answer Questions Assignment 20% 25-Sep-2015 16-Oct-2015 3 Web Site Design Assignment 25% 09-Oct-2015 30-Oct-2015 4 Final Exam Assignment 40% Variable Variable * due date is the last date for assessment items to be received at the University ** applies only to assessment items submitted by the due date Assessment item 1 Online Quiz Value: 15% Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 8 of 25 Due date: 21-Aug-2015 Return date: 11-Sep-2015 Submission method options N/A – submission not required/applicable Task Online Quiz can be accessed through the CISCO Networking Academy. Use the following web link to access the CISCO Networking Academy. You will need to login using your username and password to access this quiz. You must have your login created by the end of second week of the teaching session. If you have any difficulty accessing the following link please let your lecturer know immediately. https://www.netacad.com/home Rationale This assessment consists of modules from three topics related to IoE. You are encouraged to complete the recommended topics (3, 4 & 5) before attempting this quiz. This assessment covers the following learning objectives: be able to describe and evaluate emerging Internet technologies such as Internet of Everything (IoE) and web applications; and be able to describe and analyse the role and importance of Internet technologies in the modern world. Marking criteria This assessment item is an online quiz having multiple choice questions. Each correct answer will score 1 mark. There is no deduction of marks for incorrect answers. Assessment item 2 Short Answer Questions Value: 20% Due date: 25-Sep-2015 Return date: 16-Oct-2015 Submission method options Alternative submission method Task Provide short, fully referenced, answers to the following six questions. Your answers should be clear, concise and to the point. Prepare single document (MS Word or PDF) along with title page and submit it online using TURNITIN. Question 1: The address depletion of IPv4 and other shortcomings of this protocol prompted a new version of IP known as IPv6. Explain the advantages of this new IPv6 when compared to IPv4? [3 Marks] Question 2: Migrating from IPv4 to IPv6 is known as transition from version 4 to version 6 and requires formal strategies to handle this transition. Explain each of the strategies for this migration process using appropriate examples. [4 Marks] Question 3: In a peer-to-peer (P2P) network, Internet users that are ready to share their resources become peers and form a network. Describe the differences between centralised and decentralised P2P networks? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of both networks. [3 Marks] Question 4: What is a Distributed Hash Table (DHT) and how is it used in P2P networks? Briefly Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 9 of 25 explain how a DHT works with an example of a P2P network. [3 Marks] Question 5: In the client-server paradigm, explain which entity provides the service and which entity receives the service. Why should a server be run all the time, but a client can be run when it is needed? [3 Marks] Question 6: When an HTTP server receives a request message from an HTTP client, how does the server know when all headers have arrived and the body of the message is to follow? [4 Marks] Rationale This assessment consists of six questions assessing a basic understanding of network & data communication models, next generation IP and application layer paradigm. This assessment covers the following learning objectives: define and explain various Internet technologies; describe and analyse the role and importance of Internet technologies in the modern world; and explain how different application layer services such as client-server and peer-to-peer paradigms work in the Internet. Marking criteria The following marking criteria will be used for this assessment item. Marking Guide The following marking guide will be used while assessing each component of this assessment item. NB All your work must be cited (CSU APA), otherwise up to 100% of marks can be deducted. Question HD DI CR PS FL HD (>84%) DI (84% – 75%) CR (74% – 65%) PS (64% – 50%) FL(<50%) 1. (3 Marks) Thoroughly detailed and accurate explanation of advantages of IPv6 over IPv4. Accurate and detailed description of advantages of IPv6 over IPv4 with negligible flaws. Mostly accurate description of advantages of IPv6 over IPv4 with some specific detail. Basic description of advantages of IPv6 over IPv4, identifies key features only. Incomplete, inadequate or no answer of the question 2. (4 Marks) Thoroughly detailed and accurate explanation of all strategies for migration process, supported by appropriate examples. Accurate and detailed explanation of all strategies for migration process, supported by some examples. Mostly accurate explanation of all strategies for migration process, supported by some examples. Basic explanation of all strategies for migration process, limited use of supporting examples. Incomplete, inadequate or no answer of the question 3. (3 Marks) Thoroughly detailed and accurate comparison of 2 types of P2P networks. Comprehensive Accurate and detailed comparison of 2 types of P2P networks. Substantial discussion of Mostly accurate comparison of 2 types of P2P networks. Sound discussion of their advantages and disadvantages. Some comparison of 2 types of P2P networks. Basic explanation of their advantages and disadvantages. Incomplete, inadequate or no answer of the question Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 10 of 25 discussion of their advantages and disadvantages. their advantages and disadvantages. 4. (3 Marks) Thoroughly detailed and accurate description of DHT and clear explanation of how it works, supported by an appropriate example. Detailed and accurate description of DHT and clear explanation of how it works, supported by an appropriate example. Mostly accurate description of DHT and sound explanation of how it works, supported by a relevant example. Basic description of DHT and explanation of how it works, supported by an example. Incomplete, inadequate or no answer of the question 5. (3 Marks) Thoroughly detailed and accurate explanation of different roles in the client- server paradigm. Detailed and accurate explanation of different roles in the client- server paradigm. Mostly accurate explanation of different roles in the client- server paradigm. Basic explanation of different roles in the clientserver paradigm. Incomplete, inadequate or no answer of the question 6. (4 Marks) Thoroughly detailed and accurate explanation of HTTP client-server process. Detailed and accurate explanation of HTTP client-server process. Mostly accurate explanation of HTTP client-server process with some detail. Basic explanation of HTTP client-server process. Incomplete, inadequate or no answer of the question Presentation Your assessment should be submitted in either MS Word or PDF format (PDF usually preserves the formatting, MS Word may not). Please do not submit your assignment in any other format and also do not submit multiple copies of the assessment. Please use A4 page size with Times New Roman / Ariel / Calibri font and use font size 11 or 12. The following should be included as minimum requirements for the assessment. Title Student Name and Student ID Student Email Contact Answer all Questions References – You must use the CSU APA referencing style for all cited material you have used in your work. You must use primary sources (ie Wikipedia is not acceptable, something you thought up yourself, becasue you think you know better, is also unacceptable – unless it has been published and peer reviewed – but it still needs to be cited). Assessment item 3 Web Site Design Value: 25% Due date: 09-Oct-2015 Return date: 30-Oct-2015 Submission method options Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 11 of 25 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Alternative submission method Task Task: This assessment item is to design a simple web site using HTML5 for an exercise equipment company. The description of the task is as follows: Body Systems: Body Systems is a leading manufacturers of home gyms. The company recently hired you to assist in developing its Web site. Your first task is to create a web page for the LSM400, a popular weight machine sold by the company. You have been given a text file (smith.txt) describing the features of the LSM400. You have also received two image files: one of the company’s logo and second a picture of the LSM400 (logo.jpg & smith.jpg). You are free to supplement these files with any other resources available to you. You are responsible for the page’s content and appearance. Complete the followings: Create a new HTML5 file named index.htm and save it in a folder with your Data Files. Add the appropriate doctype for HTML5 to the beginning of the file. Add a comment to the document head describing the document’s content and containing your name and the date. Add an appropriate page title to the document head. Set the character set of the file to UTF-8. Use the contents of the smith.txt document (provided in the student resource folder) as the basis of the document body. Include at least one example of each of the following: structural elements such as the header, footer, section and aside elements grouping elements including a heading and a paragraph a text-level element an inline image a character entity reference or a character encoding number Structure your HTML5 code so that it’s easy for others to read and understand. Save your changes to the file, and then open it in your Web browser to verify that is readable. Obtain a copy of an sftp client (for example, WinSCP (this one is on the Lab machines) or any other client you wish to use – eg psftp.exe).Obtain a copy of an sftp client (for example, WinSCP (this one is on the Lab machines) or any other client you wish to use – eg psftp.exe). Upload your files to the web server account you have created on the CSU web server (the files need to go into the public_html directory). Verify that the web page you have created is linked to your own homepage e.g. http://csusap.csu.edu.au/~username (http://csusap.csu.edu.au/~student) Submit all your completed files in a zip folder using the EASTS submission system along with the web address of your homepage. Make sure you write the web address in a separate MS Word document and include that in the zip folder along with other files. Getting Web Server Account on CSU Web Servers Do these steps early, if you have difficulties accessing the Web Server contact Student Central in the first instance. If you can’t resolve problems quickly, contact your Subject Coordinator as soon as possible. Go to the web site http://www.csu.edu.au/webpublishing/personal.htm Go to “Students? Your personal publishing information is here” link and follow the instruction to get the web server account and how to publish your information. Keep in mind that CSU web server allows maximum size of data files upto 20 MB. So your data files should be within this limit. At the completion of registration process, you should have a webpage address similar to http://csusap.csu.edu.au/~username (http://csusap.csu.edu.au/~student) (where username is your actual username) Rationale Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 12 of 25 This assessment covers the following learning objectives: be able to apply basic knowledge of creation of web pages using XHTML and CSS; and be able to describe and analyse the role and importance of Internet technologies in the modern worl. Marking criteria The following marking criteria will be used for this assessment. The explanation of each assessment component is provided in the marking guide below. Question Marks Create Index.htm 3 Upload to Server 6 Add features 7 Document and Organise Code 7 Verification 7 Total 30 Marking Guide The following marking guide will be used for this assessment. Assessment Component HD DI CR PS FL HD (>84%) DI (75% – 84%) CR (65% – 74%) PS (50% – 64%) FL (<49%) A new HTML5 file named index.htm has been created, uploaded and linked to the homepage Be able to create an index.htm correctly Created index.htm correctly minor formatting &/or spelling mistake made Created index.htm correctly formatting &/or spelling mistakes made index.htm Partially created Did not create index.htm as specified index.htm is uploaded and linked to the homepage The index.htm has been created and uploaded to the server Uploaded index.htm correctly minor formatting &/or spelling mistake made Uploaded index.htm correctly formatting &/or spelling mistakes made Partially completed the upload index.htm Did not upload index.htm as specified The contents of the smith.txt document have been used as the basis of the document body. At least one example of each the following has been included (Step 6 Items): – structural elements such as header, footer, section, and aside -grouping elements including a heading and a paragraph -text-level Be able to add at least one example of each Step 6 item correctly Be able to add at least one example of each Step 6 item with minor formatting &/or spelling mistake made Be able to add at least one example of four of the Step 6 items correctly with formatting &/or spelling mistakes made Partially able to add at least one example of three of the Step 6 items Was not able to add more than two of the required item 6 examples correctly as specified Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 13 of 25 element – an inline image -a character entity reference or a character encoding number Your HTML5 code has been structured so that it’s easy to read/understand HTML5 code has been structured so that it is easy to read/understand correctly HTML5 code has been structured so that it’s easy to read/understand, correctly with minor formatting &/or spelling mistake made HTML5 code has been structured so that it’s easy to read/understand correctly, with formatting &/or spelling mistakes made HTML5 code has partially been structured so that it’s easy to read/understand HTML5 code has not been structured so that it’s easy to read/understand as specified Changes have been saved, and the file viewed to verify that it is readable The file viewed and verified correctly The file viewed and verified correctly with minor formatting &/or spelling mistake made The file viewed and verified correctly with, formatting &/or spelling mistakes made The file viewed and verified and partially correct The file not viewed and verified correct Assessment item 4 Final Exam Value: 40% Due date: Variable Return date: – Submission method options Alternative submission method Task The final exam is worth 40% of the total subject grade. It will be of two hours duration plus ten minutes reading time. It is a closed book exam. It will cover all topics discussed in the subject. The examination consists of 20 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions. All questions must be answered. The format of the final exam is provided in the sample exam and in the student resource folder. Rationale The final examination is to allow you to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the topics covered in the subject. Covering all topics, the final exam has been designed to assess your ability to: be able to define and explain various internet terminologies; be able to describe and analyse the role and importance of internet technologies in the modern world; be able to describe and evaluate emerging internet technologies such as Internet of Everything (IoE) and web applications; and be able to explain how different application layer services such as client-server and peer-to-peer paradigms work in the Internet. Marking criteria Marks will be awarded based on: the accuracy, logical reasoning and the completeness of the answers provided; the correct use of the subject terminology and knowledge; and demonstration of understanding of the key concepts in the subject. Charles Sturt University Subject Outline ITC560 201560 SM I-1 July 2015-Version 1 Page 14 of 25 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Requirements You are required to sit and pass the final exam in this subject to be eligible for a passing grade. The exam is worth 40% of the marks in this subject and you are required to answer all questions. Material provided by the University Answer booklets (2 x 12 page), General Purpose Answer Sheet (GPAS-200R) Material required by the student Writing implements, including a 2B pencil and an eraser. Any calculator allowed, including a programmable calculator, I-Pads and other hand-held computers are not acceptable as calculators. Appendix 1 Assessment Information Sample exam School of Computing and Mathematics ITC560 Internet Technologies PG SAMPLE EXAM NUMBER OF QUESTIONS: Section I: 20 Multiple Choice Questions Section II: 05 Short Answer Questions Value: 40% of the Final Grade INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES: Enter your name and student number and sign in the space provid