Resources For First-Year Electricity And Magnetism (And A Bit Of Mechanics)

It occurs to me that the notes that I am producing and placing online for my students (I’m currently teaching a first-year course in electricity and magnetism) might be of interest to students at other institutions that are taking a similar course.

My (mostly) handwritten notes in electricity and magnetism are linked below. Also included is a brief summary of essential mechanics that is needed as a prerequisite for our course.

And there are a few links to applets, web pages, and whatnot, and some advice on how to do homework that might also be of value to a student.

All of the resources can be found on this page. Scroll down and you’ll see lots of items that can be clicked.

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About Santo D'Agostino

I have taught mathematics and physics since the mid 1980s. I have also been a textbook writer/editor since then. Currently I am working independently on a number of writing and education projects while teaching physics at my local university. I love math and physics, and love teaching and writing about them. My blog also discusses education, science, environment, etc. https://qedinsight.wordpress.com Further resources, and online tutoring, can be found at my other site http://www.qedinfinity.com
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2 Responses to Resources For First-Year Electricity And Magnetism (And A Bit Of Mechanics)

  1. Tolson says:

    Thank you for the wonderful resources! I definitely enjoy this subject. Have a very merry holiday season.

    Tolson

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