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The Tertiary Education Portal
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The library of Merton College, Oxford.
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The seal of the University of Bologna.

Welcome to Wikiversity's Tertiary Education Portal, an entry-point for Wikiversity's university-related content.

The words used to describe tertiary level education vary a lot from one country to another so here's a quick guide. Tertiary education is also known as third stage, third level, and post-secondary education and includes higher education and further education. It is the educational level following the completion of a school providing a secondary education, such as a high school or secondary school. Higher education is normally taken to include undergraduate and postgraduate education, while vocational education and training beyond secondary education is known as further education. Tertiary education may take place at colleges, universities, institutes of technology and polytechnics (among other institutions).

Wikiversity is by no means "only" a university in terms of its content - it is much more than this and its content extends to all educational levels from preschool through primary and secondary education. Wikiversity is definitely not a university in the administrative sense at all - for example, Wikiversity cannot confer degrees or offer credits, nor is Wikiversity affiliated with any traditional accredited university. Wikiversity is simply the Wikimedia Foundation's project for global learning.

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Called "the most profound discovery of science", Bell's theorem is accessible to any person with a strong background in high school physics. A study of Bell's theorem guides the student through vectors, Venn diagrams, and basic probability theory. It leads to discussions of the Weeping Angels of Doctor Who, and topics ordinarily associated with pseudoscience, but in a way consistent with scientific skepticism by showing us that the laws that seem to apply to the macroscopic world do not hold at the quantum level. More...

Crystal Structure of Copper Sulphate
This is a diagram of the crystal structure of anhydrous copper(II) sulfate, CuSO4. Click on the image for a full size version which you can freely re-use and modify. Print it and use it for your lessons, integrate it into your pages on Wikiversity, or use it in other learning resources and websites. Use the links below to find more images like this one.

Images of crystal structures - Copper sulphate images - Mineralogy images - Chemistry images

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Guide to Tertiary Education
The following is a dynamic listing of all the pages categorized into this portal. To restructure or extend this list, you will need to edit individual page categories.
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This box can be used to enter cross-references to related material on Wikiversity. You can also add more boxes for different purposes - contact a custodian if you need help with this.

To-do list for Tertiary Education
  • Locate more content on Wikiversity which relates to this portal and add it to the dynamic category system by categorising it under Category:Tertiary Education
  • Reorganize the category system which this portal feeds off so that the guide looks better.
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