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Bernie Dodge of San Diego State University developed the idea of WebQuests to teach students how to effectively use the... see more

Online tutorials covering a wide range of physics topics, including modern physics and astronomy. Material is organized... see more

A collection of applets designed to illustrate various topics in statistics and probability. Topics include Simulating... see more

This is a virtual laboratory where you can do hands-on experiments at rigid pendula. Together with the material presented... see more

A large list of links to applets and tutorials that discuss the fabrication of semiconductors. Each link is also listed... see more

A collection of movies (which often contain online quizzes) about a large number of technical subjects, including... see more

The Ohm Zone's Shockwave application that allows you to build your own DC circuits and measure the voltages and... see more

A list of Shockwave simulations of basic properties and materials of organic chemistry.

A large site that teaches the basics of HTML, Javascript, and Java applets. A lot of links to programming resources.

Applet simulates an optical bench, including lenses, mirrors, and aperatures.

Tutorials on fundamentals of nuclear and particle physics. Many foreign language versions available.

A table of the elements, with links to information on each element in the table. Links to various tutorials on basic... see more

A huge list of resources in various topics of mathematics and math education.

Tutorial and applet demonstrates Ohm's Law.

A collection of tutorials and online quizzes using Java applets. Included are: Note reading, piano key finder, music... see more

Java applet to demonstrate scentific notation by examining how a view changes upon magnification. From the site: "View... see more

QuickMath is an automated service for answering common math problems over the internet. Think of it as an online... see more

This site contains an extensive set of notes on basic topics in physics. There are extensive illustrations and animations... see more

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

Provides pictures and a movie that uses ray tracing to explore the effects of relativity.

Run this experiment, changing the water amount, the starting water temperature, and the heating power. Enter how long you... see more

A Calculus Tutorial developed at Oregon State University. "Contains wonderful illustrations of calculus concepts using... see more

This simulation demonstrates the concept of centripetal force through a simplified carousel consisting of masses on the... see more

A large resource pertaining to the history of physics, including a newsletter, archives, library, and exhibits.