Video and Simulations
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M. Dancy and R Beichner, "Impact of animation on assessment of conceptual understanding in physics," Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 2 (2006).
Jeanne Morse, Effect of simulations in student understanding of electric field concepts, PhD, North Carolina State University, 2005
Avi Marchewka, David S. Abbott, and Robert J. Beichner, "Oscillator damped by a constant-magnitude friction force," American Journal of Physics 72 (4), 477-483 (2004).
Melissa Dancy, Investigating Animations for Assessment with an Animated Version of the Force Concept Inventory, Ph. D., North Carolina State University, 2000.
S W Bonham and J. Risley, "Using Physlets to teach electrostatics," The Physics Teacher 37, 276-280 (1999).
Robert Beichner and D S Abbott, "Video-based labs for introductory physics courses," J. College Science Teaching 29 (2), 101-104 (1999).
Aaron Titus, Integrating video and animation with physics problem solving exercises on the World Wide Web, Ph.D, North Carolina State University, 1998.
Robert J. Beichner, "The impact of video motion analysis on kinematics graph interpretation skills," American Journal of Physics 64 (10), 1272-1277 (1996).
Ladye K. Wilkinson, Margaret H. Gjertsen, and John S. Risley, “1995 Directory of Physics Courseware: Simulation Software,” Computers in Physics, 9:65-79, Jan/Feb 1995.
Beichner, R. Energy Lessons, National Energy Policy Simulator, The Red Wolf- An Endangered Species Simulation (Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY. 1993). (Software).
Robert J. Beichner, M.J. DeMarco, D.J. Ettestad, and E. Gleason, "VideoGraph: A new way to study kinematics," presented at the Conference on Computers in Physics Instruction, Raleigh, NC, USA, 1988. Information about Videograph is available.