TCHRS listserv (October 2015)
TCHRS listserv is for information that is useful to Arizona physics and chemistry teachers in high school and post-secondary. Please post on events, professional development, grants, job openings, & regulations that affect us.
(No discussions, to avoid cluttering inboxes. Please e-mail me if you have a discussion question, and I will help you find the right people to discuss it with. )
Getting too many emails? You can change your TCHRS subscription to get only ONE e-mail each week: a list of subject headings of posts in that week, and the texts (no attachments). This "digest plain text formatÓ comes on Monday mornings.
To get 1 email/week (digest plain text) or UNSUBSCRIBE or GET NO MAIL (on vacation):
a) If you lack time, ask me to do it for you. email@example.com
b) If you have time:
Look in the upper RIGHT-HAND corner, and click on <Don't have a NetID?>
Then you choose a password.
Then you get an e-mail, which asks you to verify your password.
Then you can log on to the TCHRS website, and change your subscription, read e-mails, etc.
It is easy, but takes time.
(Write down your password somewhere, for later reference.)
Bookmark https://list.arizona.edu/sympa/ for later reference.
Note: If you subscribe to more than one listserv from the University of Arizona (e.g., AZSELA, TAPT, UA-Announce), you can change your subscription options to ANY of your listservs (e.g., get no mail when on vacation), or unsubscribe -- all from this webpage.
TO SEARCH the TCHRS archive for the past 1 1/2 year: Visit the URL for TCHRS listserv:
This URL can save you a step, if you want to do something with TCHRS listserv, but no other UA listserv. Same procedure for logging on: In the upper right-hand corner, click on <Don't have a NetID?>
Other UA listservs that are of interest to Arizona science teachers include these:
AZSELA: for K-12 science coordinators statewide.
TAPT: for physics teachers (high school and TYC) within commuting distance of Tucson.
UA-announce: info on events & PD for k-12 science teachers statewide, but focusing on Tucson.