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View Resource Research and Evaluation, Arizona State University Modeling Instruction Program

This site, authored by Ibrahim Halloun and David Hestenes of Arizona State University, contains information and results about the ASU Modeling Instruction Program and three assessment tools for physics and science. These assessment tools are the Force Concept Inventory, the Mechanics Baseline Test, and the Views About Sciences Survey. Articles describing results of the assessments are also...

View Resource Stellarium

With Stellarium, anyone with a computer can view the nighttime sky in three dimensions without stepping outside. Users can view the sky from any location on Earth as well as any time or date, and they can rotate the view to look at specific objects at their leisure. A multitude of configuration tools are available, including zooming in on planets and viewing full-screen images. The website for...

View Resource The Motion Mountain Physics Textbook

This is a freely downloadable physics textbook exploring mechanics, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, special and general relativity, quantum theory, and modern unification attempts. The central theme is the importance of motion and the understanding of motion in both modern and classical physics. Throughout the text, the author tries to spark interest and challenge the reader through diversions...

View Resource World Health Organization: Tropical Diseases

This World Health Organization website feature focuses on tropical diseases. For visitors unfamiliar with which diseases out there are considered tropical, this website provides informative fact sheets on fourteen different tropical diseases. To view the factsheets, visitors should click on "Fact Sheets on Tropical Diseases", under the General Information heading near the top of the homepage. ...

View Resource Folding@home

The "folding" in the title of this site refers to the process by which proteins fold themselves before performing various important functions. This process is critical to just about every aspect of biology, yet scientists still don't understand exactly how protein folding works. Additionally, when proteins don't fold correctly, it can lead to Alzheimer's, Parkinson's disease, and any number of...

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