A pdf version of this schedule is available in the syllabus.
The syllabus and all lab descriptions are in PDF format.  The
free Adobe Acrobat Reader is available here.  Lab descriptions
are available by clicking on the hyperlinks below.  Thanks.

For Fall 2020, LoggerPro is required.  Download of the
LoggerPro software is free from ASU here.

                  Fall 2020 Lab Schedule****

               Labs Meet Monday to Tuesday

        Labs Meet in your TA's Zoom meeting room
   To find your TA please see Fall 2020 Lab Sections.

   Printing Policies:  If your printer has the capability,
you are encouraged to print on both sides of the paper;
however, you are not allowed to print multiple pages on
one side of a piece of paper.  The graph paper included
with each lab will look best if you use the maximum
possible resolution from your printer.

   Instructions on how to use Logger Pro for video
analysis in PHY101 Labs are here.

   Dates            Experiment                   Room
 8/24-8/25          No Lab
 8/31-9/01          Motion                      Zoom-LP*
 9/07-9/08          No Lab
 9/14-9/15          No Lab
 9/21-9/22          Free Fall                   Zoom-LP*
 9/28-9/29          Newton's Second Law         Zoom-LP*
 10/05-10/06        Uniform Circular Motion     video
 10/12-10/13        Energy Conservation         Zoom-LP*
 10/19-10/20        Absolute Zero               video
 10/26-10/27        No Lab
 11/02-11/03        Standing Waves              video
 11/09-11/10        Speed of Sound              video
 11/16-11/17        Ohm's Law                   Zoom-PHET**
 11/23-11/24        Magnetic Fields             video 
 11/30-12/01        Faraday's Law               video

NOTE: The dates "Held in Reserve" are in case of
unexpected events.  For example, there may be issues
hiring and training TA's at the beginning of the
semester. In such a case, the first four labs would
be moved to later dates.  Thanks, GBA.

* For these labs, you will need to be able to use
  Logger Pro

**  Required Circuit Simulator for Ohm's Law
         For the Known Resistance, use 20 ohms.
      For the Unknown Resistance, use the pencil.
   For Going Further, use 5 ohms, 8 ohms, and 10 ohms
   for the known resistances of the three resistors.

**** This is the second modification to the schedule for
Fall 2020, which is now the correct schedule.  The previous
schedule (the first modification), which is no longer in
use, is here.

The original schedule, which which is also no longer in use,
is here.