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Old 08-14-2008, 01:05 PM   #12
Gianfranco
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I have several times suggested that the teacher in question (who surely knows a good deal about available texts / free papers) should compose a compendium of selected texts which could be printed at the university and sold cheaply to the students. A lot of courses have used this system since the dawn of time, but still a lot of teachers seem to refuse this.

So, should you as a student gather the papers you found during the course, and generate a free compendium composed of your findings? Yes you should!
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