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For EM (freshman level physics) and advanced EM (Junior/Senior level) to help students appreciate the material, I am looking for books/websites that contain:

1-applications of electricity and magnetism in real life. That is almost nonexistent in Griffiths, e.g. no bubble jet printers or magnetic tape in magnetism.

2-home experiments

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For the optics aspects of the courses, I suggest the book Light Science: Physics and the Visual Arts. It's very real-world-oriented, with tons and tons of home experiments. Again, this is just optics, not the rest of electromagnetism.

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Measuring the speed of light using marshmallows or chocolate, there are countless examples online, e.g. this one.

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