This lab activity uses computer operated motion detectors and software to generate motion graphs. Students provide the data by walking in front of the motion detector, or rolling balls. Questions are provided to help...
This student interactive tutorial, by Michael Davidson of Florida State University, focuses on the factors influencing capacitance. An interactive applet allows visitors to select various combinations of dielectrics,...
This website from David M. Harrison of the University of Toronto's physics department provides an animation of the addition of two vectors. Instructors may use this animation in explaining the concept of adding vectors...
This article from SPIE describes how dielectric breakdown and wet etching may provide a method of fabricating 3D nano- and microscale channels inside transparent dielectric materials. The article includes several...
Resources for teaching botany and taxonomy can be difficult to locate online, so locating this nice teaching activity and guide was quite a find. The resource is offered as part of the ActionBioscience website, and it...
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