Physics Resources

In addition to your Giancoli textbook, you may find these free resources to be useful:

www.twig-world.com videos: See the separate sheet.

PDF version of the US version of the textbook. (I'm not sure that it's legal for this document to be available online). I believe the US version of the text has essentially the same text as the global version that we use but some of the question sets are different. www.pdfdrive.com/giancoli-physics-principles-with-applications-7th-c2014-txtbk-e41745557.html

Notes for each chapter in PPT form:

· www.phys.ttu.edu/~cmyles/Phys1306/lectures_1-7.html

· www.phys.ttu.edu/~cmyles/Phys1306/lectures_8-13.html

· www.phys.ttu.edu/~cmyles/Phys1306/lectures_14-17.html

· www.phys.ttu.edu/~cmyles/Phys1306/lectures_18-24.html

Notes in PDF format based on the Giancoli textbook. Not the same as the PPTs above: collart.pbworks.com/w/page/56594722/Physics%20Class%20Notes

Here are notes to accompany the 'ITESM physics' class I used to teach at the CIV. This was NOT the same syllabus as we have at ICS but you may find it helpful. sites.google.com/view/nward/physics

On YouTube, search for videos made by famous physicists and physics teachers

· Paul Hewitt (high school level, but the videos are old). For example www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCqQzrPCcFM&list=PLAA6EFB66FB2FF9AE or www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vUzS9b_0IE&list=PLxo4uG_12absg1zZTdCZpI9BWP5lJTMLX

· Julius Sumner Miller (old, but the level is good) www.youtube.com/user/dramaticphysics/playlists

More advanced resources for curious folks…

· Walter Lewin (a lecturer at MIT, fairly recent) such as Newton's Laws: www.youtube.com/watch?v=oduZsA0Tk58

· Richard Feynman (very famous physicist, but the videos are old)

MIT physics demos: www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0n6xLdwaT0&index=2&list=PL860B6886A47E5490

Physics Girl: www.youtube.com/user/physicswoman