E-WOM (Electronic Word of Mouth)
Introdução Tarefa Processo Avaliação Conclusão Créditos

Este projeto é resultado das atividades do 

LABMAE

Laboratório de Metodologias Ativas para o Ensino de Engenharia

FAENG - Faculdade de Engenharias, Arquitetura e Urbanismo e Geografia

UFMS - Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul

labmae.faeng@ufms.br

 

 

 

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