PhET - Physics Education Technology at the University of Colorado
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SANJEEV ARORA (Faculty)
This site is highly recommended for use as either "stand-alone" simulated labs or as an effective instructional aid to class-room lectures. Most of the simulations are well-thought of and illustrate the main physical principles adequately. The teaching notes provided by instructors who have already used the simulations are noteworthy and helpful.
Najeh Jisrawi (Faculty)
This suite of applets and associated research are phenominal. I have been using them in my general physics courses for more than 4 years.
You can use the apps in what I call "experimental" mode to try to generate some data and allow students to do their own.
You probably want to download the java applets to avoid difficulties over a slow network, and then have to make sure your computers are setup properly, but once that is done, it is smooth sailing.
javier tobar araya (Faculty)
Sirve para producir un acercamiento del alumno a ciertos simuladores que pueden ayudar en química y biología.
Maria Luisa Castro (Staff)
Frank Noschese (Faculty)