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This site contains an applet that demonstrates the calculations required for titrations.

Designed to help students understand the genetic code and some of the experiments used to figure out the genetic code.... see more

Keiji Shinohara, a master printmaker, provides insight into the effects of embossing, color gradation, and applying mica.

This is a set of interactive graphing exercises that demonstrates Linear Equations, Quadratic Equations and Third-degree... see more

The interactive web-based simulation activity engages students in an inquiry-based study of the principles of genetic... see more

A collection of tutorials and experiments (real and virtual) covering quantum physics from a conceptual point of view.

?Whose Mummy Is It?? is a new way to learn about an old subject. It is a complete mini-course in Egyptology and covers... see more

Be the CEO of a fictional toy manufacturer and manage conflicts between traditional and web distribution channels. Used... see more

This applet visually represents Riemann sums, including left rectangle, right rectangle, midpoint, Simpson's, and... see more

Using interactive media (Java applets and Shockwave), this website provides an introduction to human population growth.... see more

This is a virtual linear regression calculator. It allows students to enter data points, experiment with where the line... see more

Interactive introduction to cell biology. This website can be use by students for tutorial on the different types of... see more

A short, fun and interactive module to help students understand the importance and key elements in a referencing.

Seeing Math™ has developed a series of interactive software for grades 6-12 that clarify key mathematical ideas for... see more

This is an interactive website that can also be downloaded.  Students can adjust amplitude, frequency and tension, as... see more

This applet demonstrates the theory behind linear regression.

Some great objects for helping to understand social science research methods and statistical processes

Students learn about negative feedback regulation of glucose and play the role of doctor to determine if Ben, a fellow... see more

This exercise enables the student to develop a routing schedule for the salesperson's territory. Students are asked to... see more

TrackStar is an on-line interface that helps instructors organize and annotate Web sites (URLs) into lessons. The list of... see more

This Java applet allows the user to visualize certain functions of complex variable. The functions considered are complex... see more

This site provides an introduction to pointers and arrays in C.

It is a simulation for students to get an idea (in a classroom lab setting) of what happens to food as it passes through... see more

This site teaches the sonographic anatomy of the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis and biceps tendon, using... see more