Our Physics Video Library
Whether you are looking for videos to supplement what you do in your lecture or for full lecture replacements, our video collection offers comprehensive coverage for both Algebra and Calculus-based Introductory Physics. The co-authors of this series have implemented the Flipped Classroom at their institutions; the videos they and their colleagues use in their respective courses as lecture replacements serve as the basis for the Expert TA video series.
We are excited to expand on this foundation and integrate the physics video series into Expert TA’s robust and reliable homework solution. This integration includes the ability to make the videos assignable, allowing instructors to monitor student progress. The video checkpoint questions leverage the sophistication of Expert TA’s homework system, including: automatically-graded Free Body Diagrams, symbolic expressions with true partial credit grading, feedback based on a data-mining process, and an advanced Academic Integrity tool suite.
The Cost is free for instructors and is $15.00 per semester for students when purchased as a stand-alone product. When the video series is combined with the Expert TA Online Homework system the cost for students is only $45 per semester.
Video Title: Vectors: More Vector Manipulation
Video Title: 1-D Motion: Deriving Kinematic Equations
Video Title: Coulomb’s Law: An Introduction
Video Title: Application of Gauss’s Law
More About the Collection
The videos help bring these concepts to life using animation and graphical representations to help reinforce core topics.
Preparation: For instructors on the flipped class model, the video introduce students to key concepts before they arrive to the classroom.
Accessibility: The video collection, even in assignable form, has been developed to work across all platforms, including mobile.
About the Authors
|Dr. Ameya Kolarkar: Dr. Kolarkar is a Lecturer and Physics Education Researcher at Auburn University’s Physics Department. He is also the co-founder and coordinator of Auburn’s Learning Assistant Program. “Dr. K” takes a creative and innovative approach to make students learn better. He has helped lead the flipped classroom at Auburn, and he regularly brings together faculty to collaborate on new innovative ideas for influencing instruction.
|Dr. Chris Duston: Dr. Christopher Duston is a leading faculty member at Merrimack College. He joined the physics department there shortly after receiving his Ph.D. in physics from Florida State University. While at FSU he learned to teach in a highly engaged studio classroom format, and was hired on by Merrimack to bring the same instructional practices to their department. He earned his M.S. in astronomy and astrophysics from Pennsylvania State University and a B.S. in astrophysics from the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Christopher Duston is the current content director for Expert TA.
On October 12th, 2018 Expert TA’s CEO, along with the Co-Authors of the collection offered an overview of the new Physics Video Series and discussed how this new resource integrates into the Expert TA learning platform.
Table of Contents
|Total Video Time
|Units and Physical Quantities
|01 hr 20 min
|Work and Kinetic Energy
|Potential Energy and Mechanical Energy
|01 hr 39 min
|Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions
|Rotation of a Rigid Object
|Rotational Motion Dynamics
|Equilibrium and Elasticity
|01 hr 0 min
|Total Video Time
|Electric Charge and Electric Fields
|Current and Resistance
|Sources of the Magnetic Field
|Interference of Light Waves