|Devoted to Teaching and Learning Physics with World Wide Web Technology|
|WebPhysics is a network of resources for introductory physics teaching. This WebPhysics site is maintained by
Prof. Andy Gavrin
, Department of Physics, at Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI.)
Instructional applications of World Wide Web technology are developing at a rapid pace at various institutions including IUPUI. This site will feature some of these developments and provide a forum to share experiences and resources with the physics teaching community.
To examine the actual curricular material used in the IUPUI calculus-based introductory physics sequence please visit the Phys152/251 pages.
For more information how to join the WebPhysics project, contact
Gregor Novak. or Wolfgang Christian.
|IUPUI||Maintained by Gregor Novak.|
|USAFA||Maintained by Evelyn Patterson.|
|University of the Virgin Islands||Maintained by David Smith.|
|Davidson College||Maintained by Wolfgang Christian.|
|Rose-Hulman||Maintained by Mike Moloney.|
|Moorhead State University||Maintained by Roger Sipson.|
|NHTC||Maintained by Doyle Davis.|
|Lincoln University||Maintained by Mazharul Huq.|
|University of Indianapolis||Maintained by by Steve Spicklemire.|
|Randolph-Macon Woman's College||Maintained by by Peter Sheldon.|
|Mississippi State University||Maintained by by Taha Mzoughi.|
|North Carolina A&T State University||Maintained by by Aaron Titus.|
|University of New Orleans||Maintained by by Ron Greene.|
What is WebPhysics?
What resources do we want on WebPhysics servers?
For more information on the WebPhysics curriculum development project, contact Gregor Novak. or Wolfgang Christian.
WebPhysics is a registered trade mark of Indiana University