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What material will I find on the Physics Front?

The Physics Front contains information about and links to a wide range of materials for teachers in the physical sciences, including curriculum and lesson plans, laboratories, lecture demonstration materials, reference material, and education research. This information is organized for users to search or browse by subject, type of material, and grade level.

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The Physics Front is a free and open resource provided as service by the American Association of Physics Teachers and its partners. It is supported, in part, by funding by the National Science Foundation and is part of the NSF National Science Digital Library.

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What are the benefits of joining the Physics Front?

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Why do pages on the Physics Front change?

The Physics Front is a dynamic collection, meaning the information provided depends on a user's requests and the information that exists in the database. As the database grows, the displayed pages will change. A Filing Cabinet is provided to registered users for storage and simple recovery of information that they find important.

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