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Creating a virtual physics department
1.AIP Report Pub. No. R-394.1, “Roster of Physics Departments with Enrollment and Degree Data, 1994.”
2.AIP Report Pub. No. R-394.2, “Roster of Physics Departments with Enrollments and Degree Data, 1995;”
2.AIP Report Pub. No. 394.3, “Roster of Physics Departments with Enrollments and Degree Data, 1996.”
3.R. Ehrlich, “Where are the physics majors?” Am. J. Phys. 66, 79–86 (1998).
4.The Open University Physics Department: http://yan.open.ac.uk/.
5.Western Governors University: http://www.wgu.edu/.
6.For examples, look at the departments at Bloomsburg University (http://www.bloomu.edu/cde.html), Florida Atlantic University (http://www.fau.edu/divdept/learnrsc/de.html), the University of Waterloo (http://www.adm.uwaterloo.ca/infoded/de.html), and Texas A&M University—Kingsville (http://www.tamuk.edu), among others.
7.For example, look at the Activity Based Physics (ABP) project at Dickinson University (http://physics.dickinson.edu/PersonalPages/Plaws/ABP), CUPLE (Comprehensive Unified Physics Learning Environment) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (http://www.ciue.rpi.edu), the Interactive Physics Problem Set at the University of California, Berkeley (http://info.itp.berkeley.edu/Vol1/Contents.html), Peer Instruction in Physics at Harvard University (http://galileo.harvard.edu/mazur-www/Education/PI.html), and Virtual Realities for Learning Complex and Abstract Scientific Concepts at the University of Houston (http://www.vetl.uh.edu/ScienceSpace/absvir.html), among others.
8.For example, look at UIUC (http://www.physics.uiuc.edu), the University of Oregon (http://zebu.uoregon.edu/uop.html), and Syracuse University (http://www.phy.syr.edu/courses/), among others.
9.Robert Smith and Edwin Taylor, “Teaching physics on line,” Am. J. Phys. 63, 1090–1096 (1995).
10.We wish to thank a referee for this information.
11.Physics in Virginia, The State of the State’s Public Undergraduate and Graduate Physics Programs, A Report by the Virginia Task Force on Physics (http://www.schev.edu/wuacadpg/physics.html).
12.D. J. Suson, “Teaching Remotely via the Internet and Video,” presented at the Fall joint meeting of the Texas section of the APS/AAPT, U. of North Texas (1997).
13.Electronic Coalition for Physics Home Page (http://newton.tamuk.edu/virtual/).
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