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Physics: Websites / E-Learning
Find reliable, reputable sources for research in topics related to the study of physics.
A brilliant site that demonstrates the properties of physics in short video files (no audio). Videos require either Windows Media Player or QuickTime Video player (free to download). Presented by Dr.'s Michael Gallis and Ping Wang. Note the navigation on the left menu bar.
Dramatic visual explanations for the optical phenomena seen both day to day and on the rare occasion. Once you find a topic area, follow the navigation arrows at the top of each page. At the end of each article, you will find several images of each phenomenon.
Interactive simulations of physical phenomena. Simulations can be run online through a browser or downloaded to run locally. Teaching activities included with most simulations. From the University of Colorado.