Web sites of interest
Conceptual Physics using Hewitt's book is VERY popular. You can find LOT'S of relevant sites by searching via "conceptual physics" or "conceptual physics lectures" or "conceptual physics demonstrations." I've listed some I found interesting below, but I don't have time to go through them all. (If you do find any of particular interest, drop me an email. I'd be very appreciative.)
Even if you don't look at anything else, you should go to the Addison Wesley site for the book: www.physicsplace.com
If you need some help on how to study, try one of these sites:
Tutorial material from courses on line
Material from Hewitt-based courses:
Circular Motion, Gravitation, Satellites, etc.
From a similar course
1. The Physics Classroom: http://www.glenbrook.k12.il.us/gbssci/phys/Class/BBoard.html#1dkin
Complete course, a number of nice animations.
Other Physics tutorials.
A collection of topics more relevant to the regular math based physics course, but some of interest here: http://www.physics.uoguelph.ca/tutorials/tutorials.html
Some physics animations relevant to what we have studied
(I'll add more here as time goes on).
1. An animation of "Newton's Mountain", from the University of Virginia
Some sites for further reading or of general interest:
Here's a neat site for those curious about how something works!!
In particular, if you go to http://www.howstuffworks.com/question424.htm you can see he calculates how much extra gasoline would be used if we adopted a "turn headlights on in daytime" law