A non-exhuastive list of sites that have been drawn to my attention since Episode 18, Spin, Shared Resources and Social Media. As I hear about more I will attempt to add them.
www.planetphysics.co.uk: by Paul Reynolds, and the subject of the podcast.
www.darvill.clara.net: Mentioned by Thomas in the podcast, this is Andy Darvill’s site, and was first active in the early 90s. It must be one of the first.
prettygoodphysics.org: Suggested by Patrick Kaplo and aimed at American educators, I am still waiting to be accepted but very interested to see what is in there.
teachbrianteach.com: An American College lecturer’s site with blogs and resources including a youtube channel.
Brian Lane is a Physics Professor in Florida. He teaches people to build models in code through his youtube channel.
www.gcsephysicsonline.com and www.alevelphysicsonline.com are fronts for youtube channels about a range of topics supporting Physics.
PhysicsNet: “If you want to understand everything from the smallest building blocks of matter to the large scale structure of the universe then Physics is the subject for you. Good luck with your studies.”
YouTube channel: Mr Smith’s Physics online which is aimed at pupils in Scotland studying National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher Physics.
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