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Bonjour tout le monde!

Je me demandais si l'Université de Montréal à une base de données où nous pouvons accéder à des notes de cours (écrit par des étudiants). Je sais que McGill en a une mais je préfère les notes de UdeM (mon école). Merci! 

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Non. L'AED voulait proposer de reprendre la plateforme en ligne de la fac de Sherbrooke, mais faute d'engouement (personne pour s'en occuper et personne qui veut proposer ses notes), on a voté pour abandonner le projet à la dernière AG. Il reste les amis et Facebook, mais c'est "your mileage may vary".

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Bonjour, 

J'aimerais partager/consulter des notes. Avez-vous un groupe à me suggérer. 

 

Merci

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