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A self-graded quiz on basic kinematics and dynamics (including rotational dynamics) from the first semester of an... see more

A self-graded quiz on basic fluid dynamics, waves, and electrostatics from the first semester of an algebra-based... see more

A self-graded quiz on basic electromagnetim and optics from the second semester of an algebra-based introductory physics... see more

A large set of quiz questions that can be printed and given out as assignments. Covers most topics in introductory... see more

A very large collection of quizzes taken from the book Peer Instruction by Eric Mazur. Answers are included on the same... see more

Fun, interactive simulations of physical phenomena from the Physics Education Technology project at the University of... see more

This free, online textbook is found at HippoCampus, so the book is indexed by topic, rather than using a table of... see more

PIRA (the Physics Instructional Resource Association) exists to serve the needs of Physics Instructional Support... see more

A large collection of interactive quizzes covering most of introductory physics.

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

Physlets are building blocks whose function and appearance can be controlled with embedded javascripts. This site... see more

An online physics journal, with the latest news, advice columns, essays, and so on.

A three-dimensional display of the Cartesian coordinate system.

This instructional module consists of 3 audio-narrated lectures (83 minutes total), a printable version of the slides,... see more

'The National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Science360 for iPad provides easy access to engaging science and engineering... see more

A three-dimensional interactive display of the spherical polar coordinate system.

A historical discussion of the famous bridge collapse. Discusses the newer bridge as well, and compares the two.

An extensive list of descriptions of alphabetized physical laws.

POVRay ( is a free, open-source 3-d raytracing program. Friedrich Lohmuller has developed a set of... see more

This website’s Java simulation allows one to explore the concepts of collisions. One can see the effects of mass and... see more

Tutorial on units and measures. This is page 3 of the Physics for Beginners online tutorial (linked separately on... see more

A collection of Web assignments using interactive Java applets and covering a broad range of physics subjects, as well as... see more

A collection of example Java applets and animations from the University of Oregon.

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