Welcome to the Physics Problem Database site
We will be posting updates soon, along with step-by-step directions on how you can start adding to this project.
Blog posts about this database project
- Quantum Progress: Problem Database Progress Update 1: This post contains A basic description of the project along with invitations to volunteer to help with the project and to submit use cases for the database.
- Quantum Progress:Problem Database Update 2: This post contains a description of the v1.0 features we intend to implement, as well details about how it will be developed and a video explaining the preliminary schema.
- Gealgerobophysiculus: The problem database project—where do I begin: Evan Weinberg's great description of how he dove right into working on the database, installing laravel and figuring how to use CSS and PHP to present the user with custom menus based on whether the user is a student or a teacher.
- Newton's Minions: Reassessment Management: An excellent post by Josh Gates that describes many tips for managing reassessments in Standards Based Grading, as well as a python program he's written to automatically generate reassessments in LaTeX.
Database DevelopmentWe are developing this database in PHP and MySQL, using the Laravel framework.
How you can help
Submit Uses CasesWe welcome you submitting ideas for features as use cases for our database. You can submit your ideas using this form:
Physics Problem Database Use Case Submission Form
Join the teamIf you are interested in participating in the development of the project in some way, we ask that you use this form to express your interests:
Physics Problem Database Interest Form