My LIT efforts have been centered around implementing the Next Generation Physical Science and Everyday Thinking (NGP) curriculum and its associated technologies. NGP uses a guided-inquiry approach to learning science that leverages several technologies, including simulations, videos, and whiteboards. Students get to use the PhET simulations (Wieman et al., 2008; McKagan et al., 2007) to augment the hands-on labs in the physics and chemistry units and make the invisible visible for students (e.g., seeing magnetic field lines, molecular interactions, etc.). Learning Assistants (LAs) have been central to supporting the course transformations. LAs support students in actively engaging in small-group work while providing me insight and feedback on how the class is performing and how we can improve our implementation of the curriculum.