This website emerged from my teaching Introductory Physics at Northern Virginia Community College. Currently, most of the resources are aimed at students who are enrolled at the calculus-level of physics. At NOVA, that would be General University Physics (PHY 231-232-243)
Believe it or not, but Physics can be fun. At least, that is what we have in my Conceptual Physics class. Here is a selection of video materials that we have used.
If you are planning to go into the health professions, you will more likely need to take College Physics. College Physics is very similar to University Physics with a little less focus on calculus and more focus on biological applications.
Introductory University Physics shares topics and problems with College Physics but requires and uses advanced mathematics from Calculus, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra. It is for students who intend to major in physics, engineering, chemistry, computer science, and other physical sciences.