American Journal of Physics
Readers – General Information
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American Journal of Physics information
- AJP online: AJP publishes papers that meet the needs
and intellectual interests of college and university physics teachers and students. Articles provide a deeper understanding of
physics topics taught at the undergraduate and graduate level, insight into current research in physics and related areas,
suggestions for instructional laboratory equipment and demonstrations, insight into and proven suggestions for better teaching
methodologies, insight into how college students learn physics, information on historical, philosophical and cultural aspects
of physics, annotated lists of resources for different areas of physics, and book reviews.
New Problems Section, 1992-2001: List of problems and solutions from the New Problems Section
(PDF links may include all problems from a given issue.)
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Related AAPT publications
- The Physics Teacher (TPT): TPT publishes papers on the teaching of physics,
and on topics such as contemporary physics, applied physics, and the history of physics, all aimed at the introductory-level teacher.
- AAPT/ComPADRE: The AAPT/ComPADRE Digital Library is a network of free online
resource collections supporting faculty, students, and teachers in Physics and Astronomy Education.
- Physical Review Special Topics—Physics Education Research (PRST-PER): PRST-PER
is a peer-reviewed online open-access journal sponsored by the American Physical Society (APS), the American Association of Physics
Teachers (AAPT) and the APS Forum on Education (APS FEd). The articles are published by the American Physical Society under the
terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
The American Journal of Physics
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