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W. Christian and M. Belloni
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The Physlet Physics Section 5: Electromagnetism provides a technology-enhanced introduction to topics in introductory E&M. Interactive javascript simulations are used to illustrate…
  
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R. Morse; Publisher: Wright Center for Science Education Tufts University
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This web site contains materials on Benjamin Franklin's contribution to the understanding of electricity. Writings and historical observations are integrated with lab descriptions to…
  
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This site from MIT offers simulations of electric and magnetic fields and shows how these fields change as charges, magnets, and current-carrying coils move. Don't miss the Falling…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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Visit this site for an Exploratorium activity on electrostatics using everyday materials. By working with a Styrofoam plate and an aluminum pie pan, students can build an…
  
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Publisher: PhET
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This animation gives a schematic picture of charges in materials. The user can create a separation of charge by rubbing insulators. The interactions between different combinations of…
  
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This webpage contains an activity that allows users to guide a charged object, or "puck", through a maze using the electric field created by point charges placed by the user. Options…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This activity from the Exploratorium provides instructions to build an electroscope, a device that detects electrical charge. Common, inexpensive materials including film canisters…
  
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Publisher: University of Virginia
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This site from the University of Virginia physics department provides an activity on electrostatic forces, performed with household materials. The activities show clearly that…
  
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This site from the Exploratorium provides an activity in static electricity. Everyday materials – a Plexiglas™ sheet, a piece of wool cloth, and puffed rice – are used to show the…
  
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Publisher: National Severe Storm Laboratory
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This site from NOAA's National Severe Storms Laboratory provides answers to a variety of questions related to lightning and its behavior. You'll see what causes lightning and…
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