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F. Esquembre, 2013 Winter AAPT (2013).
This talk describes recent additions to Easy Java Simulations (EJS). EJS is a modeling and authoring tool that helps teachers and students create interactive simulations of physics…
  
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EJSApp is a Moodle plugin that brings together Moodle and EJS. The basic plugin supports the embedding of EJS simulations directly into a Moodle activity page and additional modules…
  
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L. Wee, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting Conference 2010 Summer Meeting , 4 (2010).
Paper FI05 presented at the AAPT Summer 2010 meeting in Portland, OR. To deepen the professional practice of physics educators, I seek to highlight the Open Source Physics (OSP) and…

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