I'm a physics teacher in the UK and have been using your applets
in my teaching for a while now.
I'm high school student from one little country in Southeastern Europe.
I'm searching through internet for interactive animations about physic and
mathemathic. I need them for my school so we can learn with fun.
So, please send me your animations so they could be included in our (sill
under construction) library of animations.
I am a Brazilian Physics teacher and I would like to know if I can copy some of your applets to use with my students... and if I can, how I could do it ?????
Fábio Luiz Cabrero
I am a graduate student at Minnesota state University USA. I am from Nepal. I like your applet very much. Thank you.
It worked well with this offline browser
I use your applets all the time in my class. They are fantastic!!
Can you please have a start page that doesn't have the java menu? It keeps
freezing my windows NT. Thanks!
I am Head of Physics at Wolverhampton Grammar School in the UK
I have written quite a lot of physics software in the past but not in Java
I was planning to learn Java in order to translate my old programs on to the PC platform but it appears that you have basically done it all for me!
I am really impressed with your applets and when I have had a good look at them, I will pass on some sugestions and ideas for new ones.
In the meantime, I am currently putting together a CDROM of resource materials for my A level students for them to use at home. Is it possible for me to obtain the source and class files for your applets so that I can distribute them on a CD?
Secondly, I would greatly appreciate some assistance in getting started with Java. I have a book on the subject and I have downloaded the JDK from Sun microsystems but I cannot get even the simplest example program to compile. Perhaps you can give me some clues?
Head of Physics
Wolverhampton Grammar School
WV3 9RB email@example.com