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A collection of Java applets with accompanying text designed to help students understand concepts in introductory... see more

The Assessing-to-Learn Physics (A2L) web site contains a library of questions and problems for classroom use. Questions... see more

This web site contains quantitative homework problems where students are helped through successive questions. The goal is... see more

These visualizations are part of the Technology Enabled Active Learning (TEAL) Studio project at MIT. It contains a wide... see more

This web site contains a series of online presentations of physics topics that include videos, animations, and tutorial... see more

A collection of physics java applets illustrating concepts in mechanics, light and waves, electricity and magnetism, and... see more

This extensive collection of scripted physlets covers introductory physics materials from kinematics through electricity... see more

This page links to collections of physics problems created for teachers and education researchers by the University of... see more

This site contains an extensive set of notes on basic topics in physics. Topics covered include kinematics and dynamics,... see more

A collection of physlets scripted by Aaron Titus. Inlcudes materials on kinematics, forces, momentum, oscillations and... see more

A collection of information about early physics apparatus. This web site displays pictures of about 1400 pieces of... see more

This is the beginning of a collection of drawings that are free for educational uses. The drawings are designed to be... see more

This flash applet demonstrates the addition of vectors. An apparently unlimited number of vectors can be displayed and... see more

An AAPT sponsored site of learning resources for K-20 teachers.

The Physlet search engine PhysletSearch searches more than 4000 Physlet web pages worldwide and offers a download option... see more

This web page contains a series of animations and simulations related to vector fields and vector calculus. Topics... see more