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Quantitative Skills Center

Equipment Checkout

Equipment for Faculty Use

If you would like to check out any of the equipment below, email us at qsc@uwb.edu and let us know the date and time you will need them. We have: the Flatland movie, a set of 12 calculators, Viewscreen calculator sets, a molecular model set, a Van de Graaff generator, a Lenz's Law demonstration, and a Gaussian gun.

Flatland Movie

Flatland: A Journey of Many Dimensions: The movie is based on Edwin A. Abbott's classic novel Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions. It is an animated story set in a two-dimensional world that challenges assumptions about reality. The movie can also be analyzed from equity, social justice, and many other perspectives.

Calculator Set

Classroom set of twelve calculators (TI 83-Plus)

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Viewscreen Calculator Set: A viewscreen is connected to a special graphing calculator, and is set on an overhead projector to display the calculator screen to the class. Let us know in the email if you require a brief demonstration.

Molecular Model Set

Mega Molecules Advanced Chemistry Molecular Model Set: Contains 150 pieces with VSEPR models.

Van de Graaff Generator

Van de Graaff Generator: Complete with accessories that provide some interesting demonstrations of Electrostatics! Let us know in the email if you require a brief demonstration.

Lenz's Law Demonstration

Lenz's Law Demonstration: Includes an acrylic and metal tube, a spring scale, magnetic film, and two, solid disks of the same mass: one a magnet and the other a non-magnetic metal. Let us know in the email if you require a brief demonstration.

Gaussian Gun

Gaussian Gun: Contains neodymium magnets and steel balls to demonstrate projectile motion, and conservation of energy and momentum. Let us know in the email if you require a brief demonstration.