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    The Video Encyclopedia of Physics Demonstrations is a valuable resource presenting concepts of physics not otherwise easily understood by students. Consisting of 600 curated flawlessly produced high quality video demonstrations in English, Spanish and Portuguese with optional subtitles and other valuable written material.

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ABOUT THE SERIES

The Video Encyclopedia of Physics Demonstrations is a comprehensive series of physics education material in English, Spanish and Portuguese allowing professors to present and students to view a wide range of physics demonstrations not otherwise available to them but important for their understanding of physics concepts.

Produced by The Education Group of Los Angeles, California, with the support of the National Science Foundation, now distributed Online, On MiniPCs and On Flash Drives, is comprised of 600 videotaped demonstrations, 596 minutes long with optional subtitles and related material in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Included are 4000 pages explanations, illustrations equipment lists and correlations which enable professors to immediately identify demonstrations needed by them for the subject matter then being taught.

These editions, Online and on MiniPCs, provide professors with the ability to post assignments, notes and examinations for their students from an administrative page; students are then able to login to their own home page and complete and return assignments to their professor utilizing Moodle or other interactive software.

(Two editions of the series are now available: the first, 600 demonstrations for university and high school students, the second, 168 demonstrations, for younger students. One hundred five of the demonstrations can be used in chemistry courses.)

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