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On-line Resources: Chemistry/Physics

Physicists and chemists love to share what they know about the world. This means that a vast number of exceptionally well done simulations, demonstrations, videos, and learning resources of every imaginable type can be found on the Internet. We’ve selected a few of the best to feature here. The list is updated periodically so check back often.

OLI Andes Thumb   Physics from the Open Learning InitiativeCarnegie Mellon University provides free access to courses developed specifically for the Internet (not for credit). Among the best is an Introduction to Physics. The complete content of the course; video, text, and interactive activities, is available on-line, to anyone who wants to use it.The Open learning Initiative courses make use of a program called OLI Andes that you must download and install to take full advantage of course resources. Simply follow the links at the start of the course to get the latest version of Andes.