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Sci.chem FAQ - Part 3 of 7
Section - 14. Academic Course Information

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14.1  Where do I find information on US courses? 

The advent of the WWW has meant that many educational institutions now have 
their courses listed. A WWW search should reveal the address of most 
institutions, and several of the more popular chemical courses are linked to 
some of the general chemistry education sites listed in section 7.2. 
Note that most US educational institutions will have a *.edu (education) 
Internet address. Also check out the various Chemical Society homepages.

14.2  Where do I find information on other nations' courses? 

Once again, try using the WWW, as many educational institutions worldwide 
are placing course information on their home pages. It is worth remembering 
that not all countries use *.edu (education), as the educational institution 
address, some countries use *.ac (academic) eg vuw.ac.nz is Victoria
University in Wellington, New Zealand. 
 

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