Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What do I need to best view this site?
This site is best viewed using
a Fifth Generation browser (or higher) with a screen resolution
800 x 600. You should also have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view
PDF files, Quicktime to view video, Macromedia Flash Player to view
Flash movies, and Macromedia Shockwave Player to view Shockwave movies.
Just use the links on the index page to download these free of charge.
How do I get around this site?
Just use the buttons to the left to get to the major sections. From there
you will see links to various modules. You will see the buttons to
the left on all pages, so it's always easy to get back home.
What are "physics resources"?
Physics resources are collection of
diagrams, explanations, example questions, problems, online and offline
activities and labs, assignments, and assessment suggestions.
Who can use these resources?
Anyone can use these resources free of charge.
How can I use these resources?
You can link to them or download them. You can use them as is or modify
them to suit your needs. You can use them for enrichment, remediation,
or for assignments and readings for your regular class.
Is Doc, PDF, or RTF the best version to download?
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PDF files can only be viewed and not modified, but you won't have formatting
problems. If you have Microsoft Word on your computer, download the
Doc files. RTF files can used with most word processing programs on
various platforms. You can modify both Doc and RTF files.