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PhysWiki: The Dynamic Physics E-textbook

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The PhysWiki is a collaborative approach toward physics education where an Open Access textbook environment is constantly being written and re-written by students and faculty members resulting in a free Chemistry textbook to supplant conventional paper-based books. The development of the PhysWiki is currently directed by UC Davis Professor Delmar Larsen.

 

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An E-textbook Hub in the STEMWiki Hyperlibrary

The PhysWiki is a principal hub of the UC Davis STEMWiki Hyperlibrary, which is a multi-institutional collaborative venture to develop the next generation of open-access E-texts to improve STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) at all levels of higher learning. Other STEMWikis include the BioWiki, the GeoWiki, the StatWiki, the ChemWiki and the MathWiki.

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Hello. I am a physics professor at Wright State University Lake Campus who is writing a wiki on first year introductory physics at:
https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Physics_equations

My effort is on Wikiversity, which is a "sister" to Wikipedia. In writing my materials I am able to freely use and even contribute to Wikipedia. A list of my contributions to Wikipedia is at:
https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/User:Guy_vandegrift#Contributions

1. I plan to use your license to copy images to Wikiversity (you clearly permit it; I need to check with Wikiversity and wikimedia to verify that they will let me do this)

2. If you are interested, I can copy some of my work and/or do slight editing on your pages. But I don't see that "Edit" tab that appears on wikiversity/wikipedia.

3. If your wikitext structure sufficiently resembles wikipedia, I might find it useful to copy passages from your site, paste into "my" site and edit. Wikiversity would insist that I reference you with a footnote, if they permit this at all.

If you are interested in this collaboration, let me know. Otherwise ignore this comment.

Guy Vandegrift, Wright State University Lake Campus, Celina, Ohio

best to contact me via email: guy.vandegrift@wright.edu Edited 07:29, 7 Jun 2014
Posted 07:28, 7 Jun 2014
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