WES 2012 :: Security Apprehesion Of Wireless Technologies In Class Room Teaching

WES Track: Higher Eduaction

Title of Paper: Security Apprehesion Of Wireless Technologies In Class Room Teaching
Author Name: Amit Kumar Sanghi
Email: sanghiamit@yahoo.com
Organization: Govt. Engineering College Bikaner
Address: Govt. Engineering College Bikaner, Karni Industrial Area, Pugal Road, Bikaner, Rajasthan. 334004, India

Abstract:

Wireless technologies in our daily lives has made the classroom imminent. The Wireless technological environment allows instructors to replace the conventional blackboard and chalk classroom with a collaborative, networked, portable classroom environment. Wireless Technology provide a wide variety of new instructional possibilities, including collaborative presentations and whiteboard interaction, live audio and video, animated examples, independent and instructor-directed web surfing, and other powerful multimedia methods. However, there are several security and authentication issues that must be addressed before wireless devices can be used in any teaching scenarios. This paper addresses some of the popular applications of Wireless Technology that can be applied in classroom teaching and issues that should be taken care of while introduction of such devices to the classroom. Paper also proposed a system provides a secure and easily adaptable environment that allows for the development of secure e-learning applications which will significantly enhance the classroom experience for both instructors and students

Brief Biodata of Presenter:

Amit Kumar Sanghi is presently working as a Lecturer at Govt. Engineering College Bikaner from March 2005. He is pursuing his Ph. D. on “Enhance Video Quality over Wireless Network” from Suresh Gyan Vihar University, Jaipur. As a Lecturer, he has contributed many books, papers in journals and papers in National and International Conferences on MANET, QOS, Routing Protocols, etc. As an active member of Centre of Ethics & Indian Management, he has acted as Organizing Secretary in two Short Term Training Programs sponsored by Indian Society for Technical Education. He has conducted more than Twenty Short Term Courses for Border Security Force & Indian AIR Force. He is also a Coordinator of ‘O’ level course run under the DOEACC Society New Delhi. He is Awarded Certificate of Excellence by Prof. M.P.Poonia, Principal, Engineering College Bikaner, on the occasion of Independence Day in the year 2007 (15 Aug. 2007) He has attended many Short Term Courses viz Computer Network, Case Method of Teaching etc. He is an active member of Institution of Engineers (India), Indian Society for Technical Education, Computer Society of India and many other professional institutes. As a student, he significantly participated in NCC activities and is a recipient of NCC ‘C’ certificate, which remarkably adds to his qualification

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