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View Resource Sketches of a History of Classical Electromagnetism (Optics, Magnetism, Electricity, Electromagnetism)

Students and educators wishing to take a break from the lab and hit the history books should venture to this Website featuring a timeline of events in the world of electromagnetism. The site comes from the "Hyperjeff" network, the elaborate project of Jeff Biggus, a history of science (especially physics) buff. Well-organized and chock-full of links, Biggus's electromagnetism history timeline...

http://history.hyperjeff.net/electromagnetism
View Resource Institute for Physical Problems Research Group

The Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute for Physical Problems (IPP) explores aspects of low-dimensional magnets, non-linear dynamics of magnetically ordered crystals, and magnetic resonance. Researchers can learn how the ESR spectrometers utilized by the group permit flexibility in their experiments. Students and educators can discover the importance of quasi 1D magnet with ladder structure...

http://kapitza.ras.ru/rgroups/esrgroup/Welcome.html
View Resource University of California - Berkeley - Exploring Magnetism: A Teacher's Magnetism Activity Guide for Grades 6-9

Through the University of California - Berkeley's magnetism activity guide "students will act as scientists discovering magnetic fields and electromagnetism through inquiry and measurement." The materials, which can be viewed either in pdf of html format, are divided into three activity sessions and one chapter containing background information, outside resources, and a glossary for educators. By...

http://cse.ssl.berkeley.edu/SEGwayed/lessons/exploring_magne...