I wanted to share a new learning resource that could help distance learning.
Ansys—a global software developer focused on producing engineering simulation software designed to predict how product designs will behave in real-world environments—offers no-cost online courses on physics concepts relating to fluids, structures, electronics, and STEM physics. The Ansys Innovation Courses are self-paced, simulation-based resources to explore physics fundamentals and they are targeted for students and instructors at the high school and college levels, as well as engineering professionals. They include online materials such as videos, handouts, practice or homework problem sets, and short quizzes. The courses can be used as a stand-alone experience to focus on a specific concept (e.g., fluid statics, physics of flight) or assigned in a specific sequence (learning track) to explore a particular topic in more depth.
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