Reflections on the Physics and Astronomy Student Reading Society (PhASRS) at San José State University
The COVID-19 pandemic imposed profound changes on the way we think about undergraduate physics education. Online courses became mainstream. Exam formats were reimagined. Digital whiteboards replaced face-to-face discussions. Laboratory classes were outfitted with home-delivered supply kits. And all of us developed a more intimate knowledge of Greek letters and symbols (delta, omicron, etc.) than we might have comfortably liked to admit.
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Sidney L. Johnson, Athanasios Hatzikoutelis, and Christopher L. Smallwood. "Reflections on the Physics and Astronomy Student Reading Society (PhASRS) at San José State University" Physics Teacher (2023): 102-106. https://doi.org/10.1119/5.0100363
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