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Chemistry Online Searching Manual

In 1991, colleagues Randy Miller, Don Alger, and I received an Instructional Development Lottery Grant to develop a course in online literature searching.

As part of the dissemination of information for the project, we created the document "Computer-based Interactive Literature Searching for CSU-Chico Chemistry Students." You can use the Web to get this document.

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Manual in text form
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For FTP users:

This document is available online via FTP. Use anonymous FTP to and change directory to chemistry and you will find:

Get the readme.txt file first and then download the appropriate manual version.

Further reading:

If you are interested in using DIALOG for online searching in chemistry you may want the book "Online Searching Curriculum for Chemistry--Dialog's Classroom Instruction Program for Chemical Education" by yours truly. Call Dialog at 1-800-3-DIALOG and ask for it.