Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2001 08:45:01 -0700

Author: Doug Johnson

Subject: Re: file extensions & adopting standardized programs

Post:



(PIRA Universal Demo Form and Sample)

For those interested in adopting standardize forms and programs, here is my
idea of what we could use to submit demos to PIRA and have them collected
and posted on a website or burned on a CD for yearly distribution at the
AAPT Summer Meeting. I would be more than glad to collect them and burn
the cd's. How many would be in favor of using the form to do that from now
thru next June as a test project? Everyone who participates would get a
free cd next August!! Any changes to the form needed? ....Doug

http://www.wfu.edu/physics/pira/postings/demofilesubmit/DemoSubmit.htm


PS.. Thanks Chele for posting the form and sample form on your website!

PPS.. I found in making this form available, the gif format worked the best.





Interesting places to visit on the web!

Cal Poly Pomona's Demonstations
http://www.csupomona.edu/~physics/demo/

PIRA 200 Demonstations List with Pictures
http://www.wfu.edu/physics/demolabs/demos/pira200/pira200.htm

Pictures from Summer 1999 AAPT meeting in San Antonio, Texas...
http://physics.csufresno.edu/pirapub/piraimages.html

Physics Instructional Resource Association Website
http://pira.nu



Douglas C. Johnson
Senior Physics Tech
Physics Department 8-238
Cal Poly University
3801 W. Temple Ave.
Pomona, CA 91768

909-869-4033 wk
909-869-5090 fax

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