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University of Florida: Physics Department Demonstration Page

The University of Florida has a distinguished physics program, and visitors can learn more about the world of physics via this handy website. The site contains photographs and descriptions of the experiments used to teach undergraduate physics classes. Visitors will note that on the left-hand side of the site are a series of drop-down menus. The categories here include Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics,...
Teaching Advanced Physics

Maintained by staff members at the Institute of Physics, the Teaching Advanced Physics (TAP) website provides a wealth of resources designed to help teach physics to advanced high school and college students. The materials here are divided into seven sections, including Electricity, Mechanics, Vibrations and waves, and Energy. Within each of these sections, visitors will find smaller "episodes"...
Science & Engineering Library: Columbia University Libraries

Columbia University has an impressive library dedicated to science and engineering, and some of its key resources are available to the general public via this impressive website. First-time visitors should start by looking at the site's chatty and informative blog, which includes links profiling publicly available resources in fields that include geology, mathematics, and physics. After this,...
The Calculator Pad

This helpful resource for folks seeking to learn more about physics is a great resource for teachers and physicists of all stripes. Offered as part of The Physics Classroom site, the Calculator Pad provides students with practice solving physics word problems. Visitors to the site will find that there are a number of problem sets here for their consideration. Each set consists of 25-35 problems...
MIT OpenCourseWare Physics

The laws of physics have fascinated humans from ancient times to modern day. This OpenCourseWare compilation from MIT brings together dozens of courses that deal with nuclear physics, plasma physics, atomic physics, biophysics, and much more. First-time visitors to the site can browse through the offerings beginning with the famous "Classical Mechanics" course all the way through to "General...
The Quantum Exchange

The Quantum Exchange is a collection of information and resources for teachers of quantum physics. To get started, visitors can look over areas such as Featured Materials, Quantum Pictures, and Resource Categories. The Featured Materials area contains helpful items like Paradigms in Physics: Quantum Activities and a rather exciting quantum mechanics visualization project from the University of St....
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