Virtual University Course
- Here is
the site for our MultiMedia Physics Project
- And here is the site
for our NSF-ITR suported lon-capa project
- Since Fall 1997, the Department of Physics and
Astronomy is offering my virtual university introductory
physics class, PHY205 / PHY231c. It covers mechanics,
waves, and thermal physics.
- Since Spring 1998, the second semester course of my
virtual physics sequence is also online. It covers
electricity, magnetism, optics, quantum physics, and an
introduction into nuclear and elementary particle
- Links to the entrance into MSU's virtual
- "Mr. Bauer goes
to Washington" - Display of our education research
efforts at the US Congress, April 1997.
Physics Resource Center
- 2000/01: Advanced Placement Physics, collaboration
between MSU and Apex
2nd edition of the German version of our introductory
physics cd-rom/textbook, titled cliXX
Physik, has appeared with the Harri
Deutsch publishing company. It covers mechanics, thermal
physics, and oscillations and waves, electricity, magnetism,
optics, and quantum physics. It contains over 150 QuickTime
movies, over 60 Java applets, over 300 interactively graded
numerical problems, over 200 true-false exercises, more than
120 multiple choice questions (all with solutions), many
interactive derivations, and about 1000 html pages.
The cd runs under the Windows, Mac, UNIX, and LINUX
operating systems via Netscape or Explorer browsers
(included in the cd). Buy it at Amazon.de.