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21/09/11 17:52

Physics to go. Explore Physics To Your Own. Physics in Your World Archive



Physics in Your World Archive are the pictures with explanation about physics and astronomy.


Missions to Mars

More than 20 resources.


Physics, astronomy


TW criteria: trans-national topicsal, methodological support for teachers is not needed, intuitive and easy to use.

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Physics To Go provides annotated links to high-quality web-based educational material. The editorial staff has screened these materials before inclusion in the database. Materials suggested by users for inclusion in the collection will be judged on the accuracy, quality, and appropriateness of content to the mission of the collection. Physics To Go is not responsible for changes in materials outside of its control after links have been created, and inappropriate materials will be removed when found. Please feel free to suggest new materials and to comment about existing materials in the collection.
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RE: Physics to go
21/09/11 11:29 as a reply to Virginija Bireniene.
Thanks Virginija for posting this interesting aggregation of resources. However, because this is an aggregator (they offer links to collections of websites) and not a content provider, we still need to know which one of the collections from this aggregator are you recommending as having travel well potential?


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RE: Physics to go
21/09/11 18:01 as a reply to Elena Shulman.
Hi, Elena,
I have chosen for the collection "Physics in Our World" from the website "Physics to go" and have edited my collection "Physics to go".

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