Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Dans une optique de suivre les recommandations de santé publique, le Centre de services en TI et en pédagogie (CSTIP) demande la collaboration de tous les membres de la communauté universitaire.
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Pour en savoir plus sur l’évolution de la situation et sur les différentes mesures mises en place par l’Université Laval, veuillez consulter la section COVID-19 sur le site Web de l’Université.
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