With NGSS, AP Physics 1, and AP Physics 2 coming online, our physics course offerings at Rio Americano are changing. The Book of Phyz is being reorganized to match Rio's courses.
If you're an instructor who's found The Book of Phyz materials to be helpful, they're all still there.
Please start at http://phyz.org, then proceed to the curriculum materials via the "Physics," "AP Physics 1," or "AP Physics 2" links.
The documents are organized so that I can make them easily accessible to my currently-enrolled students. That was the point of posting them to phyz.org in the first place.
I'm planning to phase out the posting of the lab handouts that have been published in Paul Hewitt/Pearson's various Conceptual Physics, Conceptual Physical Science, and Conceptual Integrated Science lab manuals.
The best collection of my labs is the newly published Conceptual Physics 12th edition Hewitt/Baird lab manual, discussed in this post. Hewitt's 12th edition of the college book is the best yet, and the lab manual aligns to it quite nicely. If we were adopting textbooks this year, I would adopt Hewitt's CP12 with the more durable high school (NASTA) binding.