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The Physics Source is a collection of resources for introductory college level physics courses. It includes curriculum, curriculum support material, reference material, and pedagogical and physics education research inspired content.
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Using Direct Measurement Video to Teach Physics
Problem Based Learning for College Physics
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1896: Armand-Hippolyte Fizeau died in Ventueil, Seine-et-Marne. He measured the speed of light in air in 1849. He used a rotating gear and measured the time light took to pass between the gear's teeth.
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