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Physics Education: Library Resources

This guide was created for Dr. Eugenia Etkina's class


This guide was created to help you complete your assignment in developing a lesson plan for a research project on important discoveries in the history of physics. It can also be used as a handy reference to help you throughout your time in the Master of Science Education program. Please feel free to e-mail me with any questions or for help with your research.

Research Guides

There are research guides like this one that may be of additional help. Please see:



Performance-Based Assessment:

A list of all research guides by subject is available at

Information for Students

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Chemistry & Physics Librarian /
Science Data Specialist

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Laura Palumbo
Library of Science and Medicine
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