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edited by Dewey Dykstra and Dan MacIsaac
The Physics Learning Research List (PhysLrnR) is an email listserv for discussions on research about the teaching and learning of physics. It was established to support the community of researchers in the field known as Physics Education Research (PER). The listserv focuses on issues relating to PER, including the history and philosophical foundations of PER, practical aspects and challenges of methods of research in PER, discussions of research findings, implications of the findings of PER for the learning and teaching of physics, political policy and social impacts on PER and the teaching of physics, positions available and of possible interest to the PER community, and announcements of upcoming events of interest to the PER community. The list is not moderated and subscription is open.
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The AJP/PRST-PER presented is based on the AIP Style with the addition of journal article titles and conference proceeding article titles.
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