A2L is back

Assessing-to-Learn (A2L) was a web site full of physics questions for clicker (classroom response system) teaching, created by my group at UMass while I was there. It’s been unavailable since sometime this spring, when the old server it was on finally died. Well, it’s back, with a shiny new URL:

(I just dropped it on the new server, and was rather surprised when it ran flawlessly. I’m still suspicious. If you find anything amiss — broken links, missing figures, etc. — please let me know. Thanks!)

Enjoy!

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Physics professor... science education researcher and evangelist... foodie and occasionally-ambitious cook... avid traveler... outdoorsy type (hiking, camping, whitewater kayaking, teaching wilderness survival skills to high school students, etc.)... amateur photographer... computer programmer and amateur web designer... and WAAY too busy!
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