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written by Robert Teese, Priscilla W. Laws, David Jackson, Kathleen M. Koenig, and Maxine Willis
This website contains a collection of video-based interactive tutorials in physics. Interactive Video Vignettes (IVVs) are designed as ungraded web-based assignments for introductory physics students. They combine online video with video analysis and conceptual questions. Each online vignette addresses a difficult physics concept as identified by physics education research.
Vignettes are available for download to run locally, and some can be run from the IVV web site. Also available for download is the Vignette Studio that enables anyone to create a vignette. Information about the use of Vignettes in courses and research results on student learning are available.
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Interactive Video Vignettes:
Contains Interactive Video Vignettes: Newton's Third Law
Video tutorial exploring common understanding of Newton's Third Law.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Interactive Video Vignettes: Bullet in a Block
Video tutorial on momentum and energy conservation.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Interactive Video Vignettes: Projectile Motion
Video tutorial exploring projectile motion.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Interactive Video Vignettes: Newton's First Law
Video exploration of Newton's first law, with sliding objects.relation by Bruce Mason
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