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Have you received our Fall 2014 newsletter? Read about our new “For Teachers” page, learn what’s in the pipeline, and see what conferences we’ll be attending in the coming year.
And, don’t forget, we’ve started our annual end-of-year campaign. Please help support PhET at http://phet.colorado.edu/en/donate.
Over the 2013-14 school year, we were able to redesign and publish 16 new HTML5 versions of our simulations. And, even though school’s ending, PhET will be hard at work during the summer.
So please donate today and keep this important work on track. Together, we can make the draft version of Circuit Construction Kit a reality, and bring the many other simulations to HTML5 compatibility along with a more modern look and feel.
Have you received our December 2013 newsletter?
Learn more about the new “Teach with PhET” site, see our new logo and see more on our HTML5 simulations.
Don’t forget PhET this holiday season. Donate to PhET’s Crowdfunding Campaigns:
Have you received our May 2013 newsletter? Learn about two big initiatives that we’re working on over the summer: a new “Teach with PhET” companion website designed for teachers and other education professionals, and the development of the next-generation of PhET simulations.
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Have you received our December 2012 newsletter?
Find links to prototypes of Masses & Springs, Energy Skate Park, Build an Atom, Concentration and Faraday’s Electromagnetic Lab in HTML 5. We’re excited to be offering a sneak peek at our progress. Have fun!
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Don’t forget PhET this holiday season. Donate to PhET’s Annual Campaign today.
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Have you seen our special 10th Anniversary October 2012 newsletter?
In it, you’ll find all the latest news on new simulations, upcoming events and what’s to come, along with a special interview of Founder and Nobel Laureate, Carl Wieman. Read about how and why he started PhET.
If you didn’t receive it in your e-mail and want future newsletters, sign up at our website.