The web provides not only a previously inconceivable wealth of information, but also the potential for experiences which it was previously difficult or impossible to have oneself. This last characteristic is particularly important in an educational context, since it opens the door for entirely new exploration-based forms of education. With this potential in mind, the list of sites related to physics and provided below has been compiled as an aid to teachers and students wishing to try out virtual, "hands-on" experiences in physics.
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