Conceptual Physics Podcast
|The Ursinus Conceptual Physics Podcast is a project started by Prof. Tom Carroll in 2008. The goal of the project is to provide a series of short (7-10 minute) podcasts that can supplement the lecture portion of the course. They are short enough that you could conceivably listen between classes. Each podcast will typically ask at least one question for you to think about. A brief musical interlude will follow such questions; this is your signal to pause for a moment and think about your answer.
The project is still experimental an open to feedback. Feel free to comment at this page or to send email directly to email@example.com.
Podcasts are currently being made only for General Physics I, though if there is interest, podcasts could be produced for other classes.
Podcasts by Subject
Classical Mechanics (Introductory level)
- Newton's Laws (Written and recorded by Thomas Carroll)
- Kinetic Energy and Work (Written and recorded by Thomas Carroll)
- Gravitation (Written and recorded by Thomas Carroll)
- The Right Hand Rule (Written and recorded by Michael Delaney '11)
- Moment of Inertia (Written and recorded by Amanda Birnbrauer '14, Gina Brienza '13, and Cara Uhrich '13)
Electricity and Magnetism (Introductory level)
- Coulomb's Law (Written and recorded by Michael Delaney '11)
- The Electric Field (Written and recorded by Michael Delaney '11)
- Electric Potential I (Written and recorded by Amanda Birnbrauer '14 and Gina Brienza '13)
Kendall Mahn -- Neutrino Physics
- Interview with Kendall Mahn (interview by Mike Delaney '11)
Stephanie Bartusis '10 is developing and recording a short podcast on electric fields and a longer format podcast about Galileo
Carl Scholl '10 is developing and recording some short podcasts on momentum and collisions.
The Conceptual Physics Podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons License. Basically you are free to use and modify these podcasts for non-commercial uses, as long as you provide attribution to the "Ursinus College Conceptual Physics Podcast." Also, if you do use this work, you may only re-distribute under the same or a similar license.