Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 12:23:01 -0500

Author: Cynthia Coutre

Subject: lab equipment organization

Post:

Does anyone have suggestions on how to organize a storeroom of lab
equipment? I'm about to take on this project! After the grouping the
power supplies, masses, clamps, meter sticks, etc... is there an effective
way to group things that aren't used all the time? Do you have an isle for
Mechanics and another for E&M? What about equipment that is used in both?

Cynthia




Cynthia Coutre
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Vanderbilt University
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From rogerk@csufresno.edu Thu Sep 18 11:40:53 2003
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We only apply a few simple rules:

If it is used alot, put it in a place where it is easy to reach.

If possible, dedicate a tray, box, cart, etc to the demo. Shared parts
save money, but slow you down when you need it fast. (we have alot of
shared parts here *smile*)

Our storage is organized by topic according to the DCS (see
http://www.pira.nu) .... most often used items near the front of each
shelf, less often used in the back (we have deep shelves)

If demos from one topic get used more often than others, put it in an
easily reachable cabinet (not down at the end of an aisle where nobody goes)

lastly, I tried to arrange our cabinets so that when I know people are
looking at demos simultaneously, they aren't tripping over each
other. (heat and mechanics are not down the same aisle, because I know
those profs will sometimes be here at the same time looking at demos) .....

Any other ideas?

- Roger




At 12:23 PM 9/18/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>Does anyone have suggestions on how to organize a storeroom of lab
>equipment? I'm about to take on this project! After the grouping the
>power supplies, masses, clamps, meter sticks, etc... is there an effective
>way to group things that aren't used all the time? Do you have an isle
>for Mechanics and another for E&M? What about equipment that is used in both?
>
>Cynthia
>
>
>
>
>Cynthia Coutre
>Lab Manager, Webmaster
>Dept of Physics and Astronomy
>Vanderbilt University
>Box 1807, Station B
>Nashville, TN 37235
>
>Office: 6301E Stevenson Center
>Phone: (615) 343-7710
>Fax: (615) 343-7263
>http://www.physics.vanderbilt.edu/
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>Do you have an isle for
> Mechanics and another for E&M? What about equipment that is
> used in both?
Cynthia
I have regions in my room and storeroom that are
organized by topic. It works for me. I think you just need
to find a system that works for you.

Tim O'Donnell
Celina High School
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From duffy@buphy.bu.edu Thu Sep 18 12:24:01 2003
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Hi David et al.,

We do an experiment here at Boston University that I like a lot. It's
entirely Newton's Third Law, although we never mention that in the lab -
the students are supposed to figure out that forces come in
equal-and-opposite pairs based on their results.

It sounds somewhat similar to Thornton's ILD and to what you do in class
with the spring scales, but we use LabPros and force sensors. First the
students do a pre-lab assignment where they're supposed to come up with
situations where they think the forces between two carts are equal in
magnitude, and to come up with situations where they think the forces will
have different magnitudes...then they go to the lab and test these
situations.

You can see the pre-lab assignment, and a PDF version of the lab manual,
on-line at:
That gets you all our experiments - look at the "Forces between Carts"
material. If you like it I can send you the Word file of the experiment
write-up and/or the set-up file for the LabPro.

Based on FMCE (Force and Motion Conceptual Evaluation) results, the
students actually do learn something about Newton's third law from doing
this. The improvement is not as much as I'd like but the experiment has
had a positive impact here.

cheers,

Andrew Duffy
Physics Department
Boston University

From papirio@physics.umass.edu Thu Sep 18 12:29:33 2003
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 15:11:20 -0400
From: Tony Papirio
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Cynthia,
My lab prep room is arranged by labeling all locations
in sequence alphabetically, and then numbering the individual shelves at
each location. Each experiment has its File Card, which tell the
location of each item (for example, Gratings are in B-2). When I get
beyond 26 locations I go to AA, BB, CC etc.
Many similar things are stored together, but not all. I think that's
because of new things being added in place of items that were retired.
But if you are staring from scratch, I would put things together by
topic, Optics, E & M, etc. Probably the DCS could provide some good
guidance too.

Have fun,
Tony

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My lab stuff has two levels of organization, from what I can tell (I
didn't organize it, and since it made sense to me, I haven't changed
it). It has and area for stuff that commonly used in mechanics, such as
hanging masses and such, and area for stuff thats commonly used for
electronic stuff like meters. Then, the rest is organized by experiment,
so all the stuff for the refraction of light in glass experiment, for
example, is all in one box on a shelf, LABELED on the outside of the
box. If you can, try to organize the room so that it flows from one
experiment to another, but space may limit you from being able to do that.

The only thing that I DIDN'T like about the organization...whomever did
it must've been taller and stronger than me because all the BIG, HEAVY
stuff ended up on TOP of the shelves. I've since either replaced the big
heavier stuff or moved it...got tired of narrowly missing my head with it.

Good luck!

Chele

Cynthia Coutre wrote:

> Does anyone have suggestions on how to organize a storeroom of lab
> equipment? I'm about to take on this project! After the grouping the
> power supplies, masses, clamps, meter sticks, etc... is there an
> effective way to group things that aren't used all the time? Do you
> have an isle for Mechanics and another for E&M? What about equipment
> that is used in both?
>
> Cynthia
>
>
>
>
> Cynthia Coutre
> Lab Manager, Webmaster
> Dept of Physics and Astronomy
> Vanderbilt University
> Box 1807, Station B
> Nashville, TN 37235
>
> Office: 6301E Stevenson Center
> Phone: (615) 343-7710
> Fax: (615) 343-7263
> http://www.physics.vanderbilt.edu/
>
>
>

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Hey Roger, great tips on DEMO stuff....now what do you do for LABS??? ;-)

Actually, it's a good question, even if asked by a smart mouth...do you
find that you can still organize lab equipment by DCS? I thought about
rearranging my stuff....then when I got to looking at the logistics of
it, I decided not to.

Chele



Roger Key wrote:

> We only apply a few simple rules:
>
> If it is used alot, put it in a place where it is easy to reach.
>
> If possible, dedicate a tray, box, cart, etc to the demo. Shared
> parts save money, but slow you down when you need it fast. (we have
> alot of shared parts here *smile*)
>
> Our storage is organized by topic according to the DCS (see
> http://www.pira.nu) .... most often used items near the front of each
> shelf, less often used in the back (we have deep shelves)
>
> If demos from one topic get used more often than others, put it in an
> easily reachable cabinet (not down at the end of an aisle where nobody
> goes)
>
> lastly, I tried to arrange our cabinets so that when I know people are
> looking at demos simultaneously, they aren't tripping over each
> other. (heat and mechanics are not down the same aisle, because I
> know those profs will sometimes be here at the same time looking at
> demos) .....
>
> Any other ideas?
>
> - Roger
>
>
>
>
> At 12:23 PM 9/18/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>
>> Does anyone have suggestions on how to organize a storeroom of lab
>> equipment? I'm about to take on this project! After the grouping
>> the power supplies, masses, clamps, meter sticks, etc... is there an
>> effective way to group things that aren't used all the time? Do you
>> have an isle for Mechanics and another for E&M? What about equipment
>> that is used in both?
>>
>> Cynthia
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Cynthia Coutre
>> Lab Manager, Webmaster
>> Dept of Physics and Astronomy
>> Vanderbilt University
>> Box 1807, Station B
>> Nashville, TN 37235
>>
>> Office: 6301E Stevenson Center
>> Phone: (615) 343-7710
>> Fax: (615) 343-7263
>> http://www.physics.vanderbilt.edu/
>
>
>
>

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I use plastic totes with lids labeled on front by demo, topic, chapter for
small stuff. On shelves but I just lost a room so my totes are piled all
over ;(

>From: Cynthia Coutre
>Reply-To: tap-l@listproc.appstate.edu
>To: tap-l@listproc.appstate.edu
>Subject: lab equipment organization
>Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2003 12:23:01 -0500
>
>Does anyone have suggestions on how to organize a storeroom of lab
>equipment? I'm about to take on this project! After the grouping the
>power supplies, masses, clamps, meter sticks, etc... is there an effective
>way to group things that aren't used all the time? Do you have an isle for
>Mechanics and another for E&M? What about equipment that is used in both?
>
>Cynthia
>
>
>
>
>Cynthia Coutre
>Lab Manager, Webmaster
>Dept of Physics and Astronomy
>Vanderbilt University
>Box 1807, Station B
>Nashville, TN 37235
>
>Office: 6301E Stevenson Center
>Phone: (615) 343-7710
>Fax: (615) 343-7263
>http://www.physics.vanderbilt.edu/
>

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For LABS as MC says,  pretty much the same.


if used often, easy to reach.


Shared / dedicated equipment separated somehow - that way only the shared
stuff gets shared, and so on.


I numbered the cabinets so I can easily memorize where stuff is. 
That way when someone calls me on the phone, I can tell them the cabinet
number and room number out of my head.  That impresses folks when
there are five rooms and many cabinets.


- rk


At 03:32 PM 9/18/2003 -0400, you wrote:

Hey Roger, great tips on DEMO
stuff....now what do you do for LABS??? ;-)


Actually, it's a good question, even if asked by a smart mouth...do you
find that you can still organize lab equipment by DCS? I thought about
rearranging my stuff....then when I got to looking at the logistics of
it, I decided not to.


Chele





Roger Key wrote:


We only apply a few simple
rules:


If it is used alot, put it in a place where it is easy to
reach.


If possible, dedicate a tray, box, cart, etc to the demo.  Shared
parts save money, but slow you down when you need it fast.  (we have
alot of shared parts here *smile*)


Our storage is organized by topic according to the DCS (see
http://www.pira.nu) .... most often used items near the front of each
shelf, less often used in the back (we have deep shelves)


If demos from one topic get used more often than others, put it in an
easily reachable cabinet (not down at the end of an aisle where nobody
goes)


lastly, I tried to arrange our cabinets so that when I know people are
looking at demos simultaneously, they aren't tripping over each
other.  (heat and mechanics are not down the same aisle, because I
know those profs will sometimes be here at the same time looking at
demos) .....


Any other ideas?


- Roger







At 12:23 PM 9/18/2003 -0500, you wrote:


Does anyone have suggestions on how
to organize a storeroom of lab equipment?  I'm about to take on this
project!  After the grouping the power supplies, masses, clamps,
meter sticks, etc... is there an effective way to group things that
aren't used all the time?  Do you have an isle for Mechanics and
another for E&M?  What about equipment that is used in
both?


Cynthia







Cynthia Coutre

Lab Manager, Webmaster

Dept of Physics and Astronomy

Vanderbilt University

Box 1807, Station B

Nashville, TN 37235


Office: 6301E Stevenson Center

Phone: (615) 343-7710

Fax: (615) 343-7263

http://www.physics.vanderbilt.edu/







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