# DAMOP 2016

I was invited to give a talk at the 2016 Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics meeting on integrating computation across the curriculum. In that talk, I mentioned a number of papers and resources. Below are all the papers and resources:

### Talk

### Papers

- Analysis of Errors in Introductory Physics Students’ Programs
- Incorporating Computation into Modeling Instruction
- Student’s Blend Physics and Computational Knowledge
- Incorporating Computation into Upper-level Classical Mechanics
- Framework for K-12 Science Education
- An Argument for Three-Dimensional Learning in Undergraduate Science Education

### Resources

- Computational Physics Screencasts (Mathematica)
- Computational Physics Homework Problems for Classical Mechanics
- Computational Physics Final Project for Classical Mechanics
- Matter and Interactions
- Projects and Practices in Physics Wiki
- Modeling Instruction
- VPython - Programing for mere mortals
- PhysUtil - Enhancements for VPython
- Glowscript - Web-based VPython

I should mention that a longer paper describing Projects and Practices in Physics is written, and will be posted to the ArXiV this summer.