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is there any "open study" platform or good archive for college/university students?

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Well, Open Study is open.
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and also, there is the library With WI-FI
I agree. There should be an accessible archive, to search questions here, so that one does not need to ask more questions.
@seidi.yamauti , wtf are u doing here then?
just kidding, man! I'm actually searching for things like what you say. Found this site, Study Blue, where i guess college students do the open study, they set up a material and make it avaiable to others would work if more students collaborate But anyway, there are some sections here in open study that are properly for college courses, such as the MIT OCW.
with 1 or 2 students online each day, and an answer after 30 days

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