# Physics Resources for Students

**Software**

**Vernier Software**

Students enrolled in an ACC Physics course have access to a free download of LoggerPro. You will need to ask your instructor for the information.

**ACC Physics Links**

**ACC Tutorials**

- Problem Solving Videos

**Tutoring**

- Need a little extra help? Explore the academic services at ACC.
- The Learning Labs have tutors available – check out the schedules!

**Advising FAQs for Students**

Not sure which math you need before you take General Physics I? And what about Engineering Physics II? Here’s some helpful info:

**Faculty Websites**

- Dr. Bechtold’s website
- Dr. Friedrichsen’s lecture videos
- Dr. Heath’s website
- Dr. Underwood’s website

**Organizations**

- The Society for Physics Students: SPS on Facebook

**Physics and Math Resources Online**

*(Clicking on any of the links below will take you out of ACC’s website. ACC does not endorse or guarantee content on websites outside of its domain.)*

**Physics Links for Instructors:**

- AAPT Publications
- SPIN-UP – Strategic Programs for Innovations in Undergraduate Physics

**Physics Links for Students:**

- Amusement Park Physics
- Careers in Physics
- Conservation of energy: Online practice problems
- Crash Course in Physics – YouTube videos about college-level Physics
- Derek Owens – Physics – YouTube videos
- eMathHelp Math Solver – This advanced calculator handles algebra, geometry, calculus, probability/statistics, linear algebra, linear programming, and discrete mathematics problems, with steps shown.
- FreeLanceTeach – YouTube videos about Physics
- HyperPhysics – YouTube Videos about Physics
- Khan Academy – tutorials about a variety of subjects, including physics and math
- “Minute Physics” Animations
- The Nucleus – Resources for Physics and Astronomy students
- Oscillations and Waves
- PhET – Physics simulations
- Physics Central – Learn how your world works
- Physlets – Java applets designed for science education. (Do not use Chrome)
- Sixty Symbols – videos about the symbols of physics and astronomy
- Purple Math – Need help with algebra?