Taha Mzoughi

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Taha Mzoughi is an associate professor of physics at the College of Science and Mathematics. His…

Georgia (Nov 2, 2010) — Taha Mzoughi is an associate professor of physics at the College of Science and Mathematics. His research focuses on the effects of using media and information technology to facilitate learning.

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In addition to teaching undergraduate and graduate physics, education and electronics courses, Mzoughi coordinates the physics teaching laboratories and the Master of Arts in Teaching program. He also manages a project funded by the Noyce Scholarship Program recruiting students to become physics teachers.
 
Mzoughi is the founding editor of the Physics Source, a digital library for introductory teaching and president of the Southern Atlantic Coast Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers. 
 
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