Ask Physics is now more dynamic and Social Networking enabled. Members enjoy a lot of facilities like face book integration, making friends online, sending private messages, forums and groups and many more. Visit ask physics to find out the new additions and facilities.
Though anyone can ask a question and get the answers by email, joining the site as a member adds to the fun. Members can post questions directly to forums, join groups of their interest, like or unlike the posts and activities by other members, add members as friends, send messages to friends and a lot more are in the making.
Teachers can also join the site and start posting answers to the questions as well as taking part in online discussions at forums.
The following are the updates at Physics Classroom in the past week
- The First module on Electrostatics updated
- Started new course for Quick Revision in Physics for the students of Class XI
- Started An open forum for discussing the latest news in Physics
Physics Classroom updated to allow some portions for guests. This step is and introductory offer to let the guests know what could be the benefits of joining the Physics Classroom.
There is also a facility to Trouble Report for logged in users. If the users find any difficulty in accessing the site or have any suggestions or complaints they can use this facility to report to the webmaster.
All registered users are initially accepted as students. Teachers after registering and confirming, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org to upgrade to Teacher Account. Teachers will be able to post their own lessons, question banks, articles etc.
If you have google talk or at least a gmail account, and want to ask any doubts to the Physics Master, add email@example.com to your contact list so that you can know whenever the Physics Master is online and chat and ask your doubts. This is free. Usually, Physicsmaster is online from 3 pm to 11pm IST.
Spammers and the misbehaved will be blocked.
Wish you all a happy experience at http://plustwophysics.com/classroom