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Dean's Channel: Figuring Physics with Mike Cavagnero

In part two of the Dean's interview with Mike Cavagnero, the Chair of Physics and Astronomy discusses the role of the department on campus and the possibilities and excitement of where the discipline may be headed.

A&S Wired: Measuring Science with an iPad

Mike Cavagnero, the Chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, was one of the initial faculty members to teach a class in A&S Wired in Fall of 2011. His class was titled Measuring Science. This video showcases the students' final projects, in which they used their iPads as a tool to help in their research, data and analysis.

Dean's Channel: Mike Cavagnero Helps Students Measure Science

Mike Cavagnero, the Chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, was one of the initial faculty members to teach a class in A&S Wired in Fall of 2011 titled Measuring Science. He talks about the course and the power of using the iPad in the classroom. You can also view a video on the final projects the class did: vimeo.com/35279096 This is part one of a two-part Dean's Channel interview with Mike Cavagnero. Part two is here - vimeo.com/35011430

Students Tackle Physics With iPads

 

The iPad is an amazing piece of technology that can take us anywhere we want to go. But, aside from being a portal to the internet, game console, and personal music machine (iTunes – you’ve probably lost count of the songs you’ve downloaded), it also has applications that can be functional in the classroom.

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