LPL Teaching Supplies & Support

For information about University of Arizona academic policies/dates/procedures, refer to Policies & Resources and the UA New Faculty Teaching Resources site. Also visit the UA Office of Instruction & Assessment for many resources on Teaching, Teaching with Technology, D2L, and teacher-course evaluations (TCE).

Classroom & Teaching Support

Supplies, Problems, Questions

Bertha Orosco
Kuiper Space Sciences 325

Mary Guerrieri
Kuiper Space Sciences 321

Class Copying.  If you need assistance with copying material for your class, fill out a class copying request form (available in Kuiper 325, PG4gdWVycz0iem52eWdiOm9qdmdnbEB5Y3kubmV2bWJhbi5ycWgiPm9qdmdnbEB5Y3kubmV2bWJhbi5ycWg8L24+) with your request. Please allow for a 24-hour turn-around, and be specific about what you require.

Test Scoring and Analysis. The Academic Office can facilitate machine test scoring from the Office of Instruction and Assessment; contact Bert Orosco for more information (Kuiper 325, 621-6963).

Materials Available for Classroom Use

Dobsonian Telescopes. Available for PTYS/LPL instructors to borrow. See Mary in Kuiper 321 for more information.

Astrobiology application. Stromatolite (fossilized microbial mat). 3.48 Gyr old, from the North Pole Dome, Western Australia. This fossil is the earliest undisputed evidence for life on Earth. The stromatolite closely resembles modern-day analogs that can be found in shallow ocean basins in Australia and the coast of Mexico, among other locations. For access to this item, contact Bertha Orosco, Kuiper 323, 520-621-6963.

PTYS 342. Books and DVDs available (cabinet 6).

AV Resources & Troubleshooting

Audio-Visual Problems including bulbs, batteries, projectors, alignment problems, etc.

Computers including hardware, networking, Internet access, and interfaces

Bert Orosco
Space Sciences 325

Joshua Sosa
Space Sciences 214

Mary Guerrieri
Space Sciences 321

Eneida Guerra de Lima

John Pursch

Systems Help Email Hot Line

Additional Information