Physics Bibliography

USEFUL ONLINE RESOURCES

American Association of Physics Teachers. http://www.aapt.org/ - This is the Web site for a professional society of teachers of physics, in both colleges and high schools.

American Institute of Physics. http://www.aip.org/ - This site includes a career bulletin board where you can post a question to a practicing physicist, job listings, and links to other sites.

American Physical Society. http://www.aps.org/ - Presents information about the society, its products,
and services, with links to other sites.

Physics: An Annotated List of Key Resources on the Internet.
http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/publications/crlnews/2000/mar/ALA_print_layout_1_136099_136099.cfm - Provides comprehensive physics information.
The Association of College and Research Libraries sponsors this site.
 
Physics Web http://www.physicsweb.org/ - One of the largest collections of physics related links, from the institute of Physics.

 TITLE

 CALL NUMBER

 College physics 6th ed. By Raymond Serway  QC 21.2 .S378 2003
 College physics by Jerry Wilson  QC 21.2 .W548 2003
 Einstein’s Brain Child  QC 16.E5 P37 2000
 Great Physicists  REF QC 16 .E5 P37 2000
 Handbook of Physics  REF QC 61 .H37 2002
 McGrawhill-Hill dictionary of physics, V. 1 & 2  REF QC 5 .M424 2003

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Last Updated April 22, 2010
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