In a paper presented in 2003, Forensic Course Development, the authors described the procedures and rationale used for the development of an undergraduate and a graduate computer and network forensic course at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). After the undergraduate course was taught in the spring quarter of 2003, the contents of the lecture and lab materials, outcomes of the course, and student feedback were reviewed. This feedback will help improve both the instructional materials and their delivery. This paper’s focus is on the development of the computer and network forensic course, as well as the changes made during the review process to improve the computer and network forensic course.
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Troell, Luther; Pan, Yin; and Stackpole, Bill, "Forensic course development - One year later" (2004). Accessed from
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