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Physics: Online Labs & Simlulations

This guide lists the print, online, and media library resources relevant to this subject, as well as reliable, external web sources.

Online Simulations & Animations

Remote Labs

From Wake Forest University Physics Department:

Remote Lab Instruction Resources

Equilibrium of Forces and Torques

Archimedes’ Principle

Electromagnetic Induction

Properties of Microwaves

Nuclear Radioactivity

Simple Harmonic Motion

Standing Sound Waves

Introduction to Multimeters and Circuits

From NANSLO: North American Network of Science Labs Online

Remote Labs Around the World

  • BC ILN. Thompson Rivers University and HP Catalyst Community. BC ILN provides access to anytime/anyplace access to cyber-enabled instrumentation for chemical analysis with the goal of engaging in "mindful" scientific activites.

  • iLab Project. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, U.S.A. The iLab vision is to share lab experiments as broadly as possible within higher education and beyond. The ultimate goal of the iLab project is to create a rich set of experiment resources that make it easier for faculty members around the world to share their labs over the Internet.

  • Labshare. The Labshare Institute (TLI), Sydney, AustraliaLI's mission is to become the leading service and solution provider of remote laboratory usage and development. TLI will do this by encouraging and advocating for the integration of innovation alongside remote laboratory technology within science and engineering education.

  • LiLa - Library of Labs, Stuttgart,Germany. The “Library of Labs” is an initiative of eight universities and three enterprises for the mutual exchange of, and access to, virtual laboratories (simulations) and remote experiments (remotely controlled via the Internet).

  • WebLab-Deusto Research Group, Bizkaia, Spain. This open source project provides a web-based, experiment-agnostic, scalable software infrastructure for the delivery of science labs via the Internet.

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