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View Resource U.C. Berkeley Physics Lecture Demonstrations

This website contains information and pictures used for preparing and performing undergraduate lecture demonstrations. It is one of the educational resources available from the University of California Physics Department at Berkeley.

View Resource Active Learning Suite: Simulation-Based E-learning Tools

Active Learning Suite (ALSuite) is a highly interactive simulation-based online learning system for SMET education and corporate training. It uses real-life situations and objects, such as those related to the home, automobiles, sports, and telecommunications as the context for science and technology investigations. ALSuite is comprised of Simulations, Virtual Experiments, Interactive Lessons, a...

View Resource The Physics Classroom Shockwave Physics Studios

On this interactive site, visitors with a penchant for velocity-time graphs, kinematics, and the world of motion will be well-served. Created as part of "The Physics Classroom" portfolio of educational materials, this collection of interactive Shockwave files simulate a series of physical situations. Visitors to the site can manipulate a variable in each activity and observe the outcome. All told...

View Resource Experiments With the Laplace Transform

Created by Lang Moore for the Connected Curriculum Project, the purpose of this module is to study the Laplace transform and use it to examine both an ordinary differential equation problem and a problem for the one-dimensional heat equation on a semi-infinite rod. This is one of a much larger set of learning modules hosted by Duke University.

View Resource Can You Explain This? - Conceptual Exercises for Physics Students

This workbook of conceptual exercises, created by Christopher Wozny of Waycross College, covers the material from introductory physics. It is written to help students understand important physics concepts and principles and to help them develop the problem-solving skills needed to solve conceptual exercises consistently and correctly. Each chapter examines a different topic and has three...

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