Five ways mobile technology is transforming education

Mobile technology in education
Technology has been making inroads into education for decades. But the mobile revolution is changing education in more fundamental ways than just providing a new gadget that delivers information. Mobile devices, particularly tablets, are changing the way we learn and think about learning.

Last year, a Pew Research Center-Harvard University study found that one in four teenagers in the US owns a tablet computer. According to the US Department of Education, almost every classroom has at least one computer, and Internet connectivity is also available in more than 90% of classrooms.

Here are five ways mobile technology is transforming education:

1. Tablets change how we perceive computing

Students of all ages generally find learning on a tablet more personal and accessible than being chained to a desktop. They also respond well to animation-driven apps, which make lessons more interactive and entertaining than linear modules delivered on a desktop.

iPad Air in education
Education apps for iPad
As computers have become more portable, so has education.

2. Education is gamified

Many people who grew up in the digital age were first introduced to computing via video games. In an effort to make learning more fun and engaging, educators have introduced elements of games into their curriculum.

Chromebook in education
Education
This caused a shift in the way people learn, with active emotional engagement replacing dry periods of concentration. Learning becomes less an abstract, theoretical exercise and more of an emotional and highly engaging activity. The result is higher motivation levels.

3. Real-time feedback

In the pre-digital age, students turned in their work and took tests and waited for teachers to grade their assignments and exams. Today, students expect feedback in real time. Research shows student performance significantly improves when feedback is given immediately.

Real-time feedback in the learning process is a clear benefit to students as they can immediately apply the lessons learned.

4. Communication becomes truncated

One danger posed by the rise of digital communication platforms like Twitter (with its 140-character limit) and other social media hubs is that some students are losing the ability to articulate ideas in longer form. Additionally, they have fewer opportunities to engage in face-to-face communication.

Twitter
Twitter
For that reason, it’s important for educators to make sure students have the opportunity to participate in collaborative activities and face-to-face meetings.

5. Hands-on learning

Learning used to be more about concepts being conveyed in an abstract manner using textbooks. Mobile technology makes the learning process more interactive and engaging.

Google Glass
Google Glass
Technologies such as the augmented reality Google Glass, digital and interactive paper, and animated learning through apps are changing the way education is becoming personalized. Today, forward-thinking learning centers avoid video lectures in favor of two-way interactions in which tutors walk students through problem solving and demonstrate new concept using tablets.

These technology-driven trends are fundamentally transforming the way students learn. Instead of requiring students to read a lesson in a book or complete a linear module via desktop, tablets are enabling them access to engaging, interactive lessons.

As technology continues to disrupt learning, it’s important for educators to make sure students don’t become too isolated and that they have opportunities to converse and collaborate. Innovations like tablet-based tutoring can enable two-way conversations and increase collaboration, giving students the best of both worlds in a changing education environment.

http://www.techradar.com/news/mobile-computing/tablets/five-ways-mobile-technology-is-transforming-education-1282557

10 Key E-Learning Trends for 2015

It’s that time of the year again, and no, we don’t mean office parties or writing our letters to Santa – I’m sure you are super organised and have that fun task completed already! It’s at this time of the year, when we take stock on what’s likely to be occurring for the coming year ahead and predict what the 10 biggest E-Learning trends of 2015 will be.

We think it’s pretty fair to assume that E-Learning is no longer a new concept!

The development of effective instructional design and online pedagogical practice as well as time and cost savings means that digital learning is here to stay. In fact, research company Global Industry Analysts estimate that the market value for E-Learning will reach a colossal $107 Billion in 2015.
So what’s in store for the coming year then? Some of the ‘trends’ you will find popping up also feature from previous years, so technically they may not be a new trend, but we’ve kept them on our list as some of them have been slow to adopt and still hold a solid presence and form the topic of many a conservation by the water cooler.
So, in no particular order, the top 10 E-Learning trends for 2015 are:

1. Mobile learning
Making it onto our list year again! Market Research firm Ambient Insight in their 2012-2017 Worldwide Mobile Learning Market Report predicted the five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the mLearning market to be 18.2% and estimated global revenues would be at $12.2 billion by 2017. A mobile consumer report by Google and Ipsos MediaCT found that 80% of users won’t leave home without their smartphone. This level of market penetration coupled with a global digitisation effort reinforcing the indispensibility of mobile devices necessitates the consideration of mobile learning in every L&D strategy.

2. The use of video
With the increase in popularity of mLearning and the startling statistic from Google and Ipsos MediaCT that 67% of smartphone users watch video, and 14% use video at least once a day, it comes as no surprise that the use of video in E-Learning is on the rise. Accompanied with an influx in the use of digital storytelling as an educational tool, videos are a fun approach to creating bite-sized and engaging E-Learning modules.

3. Tin Can API
Following on from an incredible year in 2014, Tin Can API is likely to continue to grow in popularity and adoption in 2015. Tin Can is a Learning Record Store (LRS) capable of tracking a learner’s progress as they engage in traditional, formal learning as well as informal, social learning. Tin Can is set to overtake SCORM as the go-to industry standard LRS.

4. Big data
Most L&D departments are required to quantitatively prove the worth of their learning strategies to stakeholders with accurate statistics and in-depth information. As well as demonstrating the effectiveness of digital learning, the increased adoption of big data will allow E-Learning administrators to personalise learning content, provide timely motivation and test the effectiveness of various learning theories and strategies.

5. Gamification
In the Ambient Insight 2013-2018 North America Mobile Edugame Market Report, it was estimated that with a CAGR of 12.5%, the revenue for game-based mobile learning products in North America alone will be $410.27 million by 2018. Growth in the use of game mechanics is fuelled by the expectations of digital age students to be entertained and have content delivered in interesting and attention-grabbing ways.

6. Augmented Reality
In the fast-paced world of technology, it can be easy to overlook the repercussions of individual technological advances. Augmented Reality’s (AR) ability to effortlessly overlay the real surroundings of a learner with virtual images that can be interacted with enables us to create E-Learning that is more interactive, engaging and entertaining than ever before. The emergence of affordable and therefore widely adoptable AR devices such as the Oculus Rift means that 2015 could be a landmark year for learning using AR.

7. In-house content authoring
Technical advances, cost savings and a wider selection of rapid authoring tools means that L&D practitioners at all levels of technical capability can create their own E-Learning content. An indicator of the growing potential of authoring tools lies in the release of Articulate Storyline 2 and the increased functionality that comes along with it. If you want to build in-house capability and take advantage of serious cost savings, read our recent blog ‘What are Authoring Tools and which one is right for me?’

8. LMS
With organisations increasingly keen to monitor both formal and social learning, Learning Management Systems (LMSs) are set to be a big trend for 2015. Forecasts show that Learning Management Systems will grow at a rate of 25% for the next 5 years, reaching $7.8 billion in 2018.

9. Learning as a lifestyle
The L&D sector as a whole is shifting from thinking about organising individual learning events to creating learning campaigns. In 2015, organisations will be looking for new ways to connect with their learners through social, informal and creative methods that transform learning into a lifestyle rather than a compartmentalised activity.

10. Leadership training
In their Global Leadership Forecast for 2014-2015, talent management consultancy Development Dimensions International earmarked learning without practical application or relevance to the job as one of the main barriers to leadership development. With many business looking to invest a large proportion of their L&D budget in leadership, 2015 has the potential to be a year when online leadership training comes to full maturity.

http://www.trainingzone.co.uk/blogs-post/learning-evolving-10-key-e-learning-trends-2015/188096

The importance of creating a productive home office space for e-learning

When you set out to take an e-learning course it’s important to think carefully about your ability to complete it. This means considering not just your talent and existing education but also how much time you have free to study and where you can carry out that studying. You’re much more likely to do well if you have a dedicated space to work in, ideally a home office. This could be your spare room, a converted kitchen alcove or just a bit of space under the stairs. What matters is that you design and equip it properly for the work you need to do.

 

Focus on productivity

Having your own home office means you can cut down on ambient noise and discourage distractions. You can make sure you’re comfortable and have just the right amount of light, making it much easier to be productive. It also means that you can draw a clear line between studying and the rest of your life. When you’re ready to take a break you can go somewhere else, and when you return you’ll feel more refreshed and be better able to get back into the right mindset for learning.

 

Furnishing your study space

When you set up your office you should think carefully about the things you need to do there, and furnish it accordingly. Essential home office furniture includes a desk, of course, and it’s worth taking the time to find a really good chair that provides you with proper support, especially if you expect to be studying for long hours. You’ll also need to think about storage for any paper files, course books or similar materials you need, and if you have the space then you might want to add extra seating to give you the option of studying with a friend who’s on the same course.

 

Essential equipment

The equipment you will need for studying depends on the nature of your course. You’ll need your computer, but it may also be useful to have a printer, a scanner or a dock for your phone. An old-fashioned notepad and pen can still be very useful, and for some types of course you might need graph paper or mathematical equipment. Whatever you need, you’ll need to think about ways of keeping it organised and conveniently within reach.

 

The personal touch

The final task of making your office somewhere you can really feel at ease is down to you alone – you’ll need to use your imagination to make it work. This could mean painting the walls your favourite colour, adding a few appealing ornaments or even bringing in some plants. The key is to give the place personality without creating too much distraction.

 

Once you’ve completed it, your office should provide you with the perfect study environment, making it much easier for you to focus on your work. You’ll find studying more pleasant too, and be well on your way to getting great results.

5 Platforms where you can Find Quality Tutoring Services

Selecting tutor for your child is a tough job. You need to collect enough information before joining any platform to hire a private tutor for your kid. Even after the private tutoring is being criticised on several grounds, and sometimes severely, the recent trend in all over the world suggests that the private tutoring is gradually becoming indispensable and the service of a private tutor is very often proved to be crucial for the success of your child.

The problem is how to select a tutor and where to search for a suitable one. The global market is flooded with various agencies and individuals offering this service and out of the vast pool of private tutors it’s really a painful task to select one to suit the purpose of your kid. While selecting the tutor, you have to balance in between various factors, like the qualification of the tutor, the experience of the tutor, the track record of the tutor, the style of teaching of the tutor and lastly the cost of affording the service of tutor.

There are five platforms which you can look at the time of finding a suitable tutor for your child. All these five platforms are well established and enough reputed in maintaining a good track record for providing good private tutors according to the needs of the parents.

tutor.com: With more than 10 millions of sessions (as on August’ 2014) already offered to the students, this private tutoring company is regarded as one of the best in providing on-line private tuition to the students of US and Canada. The selection procedure of the teachers are based on stringent rules like verification of qualifications and educational background as well as the experience of the teachers selected to offer the tutoring service on behalf of the company. The teachers are selected through a rigorous process of two staged admission test and mock training before they can serve the society as private tutors. You can find an excellent teacher of your choice in 40 subjects ranging from Mathematics, Languages, Finance & accounting as well as social studies. You can get a tutoring service at any time convenient to your time table.

Select My Tutor (http://www.selectmytutor.co.uk/): Being one of the most renowned tutoring platform in UK, the organisation helps the students connect to various world class tutors in close proximity of their residences and thereby is constantly playing a vital role to bridge the gap between the students and the tutors required by the students. It has a broad spectrum of tutors through its vast network for various subjects at various levels. One of the most innovative services that are provided by the company is the parents can have full access to the resource base of the organisation where from they can choose the tutors and recommend the articles.

Lynda.com: The Company is an online video tutorial home to teach software, creative and business skills to achieve your personal and professional goals. The subjects on which online training is offered by the company are, Business, Designing, Photography, Video, Software development, Web designing and various other application software. One of the best learning centres for mainly the computer related subjects starting from beginners to advanced level.

Udemy.com: The mission is to help anyone to learn anything at anytime. And the company is truly following its mission. The statistics is staggering! This online learning platform has already 3 million of registered students and 8.5 million of course enrollments. The number of courses offered is 18000 and it comprises of almost all kind of modules and subjects you want to learn. Every course is available on demand and students can learn at their own time and at their own pace.

KhanAcademy.org: A not for profit organisation and dedicated to provide free learning to the students who require it. The main subjects in which you can get assistance for your child are Math, Science, Computer Programming, History, Arts, economics and others. The site resources are available to anyone completely free of charge. Students can make use of the extensive library content including interactive challenges, assessments and videos from any computer with access to the web. Truly you can learn anything through this organisation and your kid also.

Top Things You Need to Know about E-learning 

There are many new and exciting changes taking place within the e-learning sector. There has been a great deal of growth for businesses and educational institutions alike as the benefits associated with incorporating and utilizing e-learning has only grown over the last few years and is predicted to grow even more in the next four years or so. Now the industry is spending more and students and teachers are saving more by turning to online mediums for delivering their courses and completing course work.

In 2012, the e-learning industry spent 4.4 trillion dollars on global education. This was supported by 1.4 billion students and 62.5 educators. While this is a significant amount it is the market for online learning which is the fastest growing market within the education sector, and it currently stands at 91 billion dollars. It is forecasted that it will utilize twenty three percent of all global education costs by 2017. The reason for this growth is because seven hundred million individuals in the world still lack the most basic literacy skills, something that can only be rectified with increased education and online education is the most cost effective way to deliver this education.

Since 2000, the cost of education has increased by eighty four percent and since 2000, thirty that number was seven prevent higher than CPI. This has created situations like the current student loan debt issue in the United States which has reached over one trillion dollars. Turning to e-learning is a cost effective alternative to this situation.

And there is now ample opportunity for this kind of alternative given that since 2000, internet users have grown nearly eight hundred and seventy percent around the world. This has amounted in a total of 2.4 billion users around the world, which created a shift in how people engaged with other areas of the world. The trend for e-learning has already taken hold; in Europe, there are over three thousand e-learning companies. The reason for this is that businesses are seeking to expand their geographic reach, including their scale and the services they offer which can only be done with consolidation.

Global education expenditure is expected to increase by 7.4 percent between now and 2017 while e-learning expenditure is expected to increase by 23 percent between now and 2017. This breaks down to roughly 4.4 trillion dollars spent in 2012 for k-12 and post-secondary e-learning. By 2015 it is predicted that this will be 5.4 trillion dollars for K-12 and post-secondary education. By 2017, it will exceed 6.3 trillion dollars for K-12 and post-secondary education. There are many sectors involved in this growth too. Corporate and government learning accounts for eight percent of the global education expenditure, while K-12 education accounts for fifty percent, and thirty four percent accounts for post-secondary education.

Industry Overview

The e-learning industry is structured with four areas. The first area is content. The key factors affecting this structure are corporate and consumer requirements, as well as regulatory requirements and curriculum. The type of business it affects includes content businesses, open source businesses, and publishers. The second area is management systems. This is affected by scale, efficiency, and complexity. The type of business it affects includes tools, smart technology, and software platforms. The third area is distribution. This area of business is affected by online factors, free/paid factors, one-to-one factors, and one-to-many factors. It affects learning portal businesses, immersive learning businesses, and MOOC’s. The fourth and final area is customer service. The key factors affecting this structure are cost, flexibility, and the level of qualification.

Author Bio: David Miller is an educational researcher who has vast experience in the field of teaching, online testing and training. He is associated with prestigious universities and many leading educational research organizations. He’s an ed-tech veteran, currently pursuing research in ProProfs Knowledge Base Software, and is a contributing author with ProProfs.

Comparison of EYFS Assessment software

Reported by Christine Carey – Early Years Specialist

There are a number of e-based systems for recording and storing assessment information in the Early Years.  Practitioners record their evidence (photo, film, text, audio) using hand held devices (e.g. iPad, iPhone, PDA etc).  All evidence is referenced against the Early Years Outcomes months bands and Early Learning Goals.  Assessment evidence is wirelessly transferred to secure storage.  Once stored this information can be used in many formats.  Each version of software allows you to produce a wide range of reports for individual children, classes and cohorts.  The reports are designed for reporting to parents and evidencing progress to leaders, governors and inspectors and can be edited to make them more personalized.

The benefits of using e-based systems:

  • Time Saving: Saves practitioners approximately 5 hours per week
  • Cost effective: Save money on resources, post its, scrap books, printing, staff time
  • Professional: Efficiently correlates assessments in date order, neat word processed teacher comments which can be spell checked and edited remotely at home.
  • Secure: Photos are uploaded into a secure online system, no more risk of children’s photos being left on unsecure digital cameras in the classroom.
  • Easy to Use: If you can use a mobile phone, you can use e-based assessment software.

Orbit early years

Available on: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Web.
Suitable for: birth to five
Current Price: Currently free to download in apple store.

About the App: Orbit Early Years makes life easier for early years providers and is used by child minders, private nurseries and school foundation stage units.  Having used the software for a year in reception class I found it extremely efficient as a means to file individual photographic evidence. It allows you to review any observations and edit them before they are uploaded to individual pupil portfolios.  You can invite parents to share in their child’s learning and input ‘postcards’ of their child’s significant achievements outside of school.

Possible Pit falls: Once you have uploaded observations, only your settings administrator can make any changes you may feel you want to make, which could be problematic in a job share or large setting. If you use handwritten observations alongside orbit or wait till the end of each half term/few weeks to upload observations eager parents may be disappointed if their child hasn’t got a new observation when they happen to view their child’s portfolio if you use orbit family.  Also, families who don’t use the internet at home may feel disadvantaged. Technical problems if you try and print out a large amount of observations at one time.

2Build a Profile

Available on:  iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android.
Suitable for Ages: Foundation Stage
Current Price: The app is free to download and you can request a month’s full access from 2simpleapps.com to trial. A year’s access for one device costs £99 + VAT and a full school site licence is £299 + VAT.

About the App: In my experience working in a range of early years settings, practitioners are finding this software the most user friendly and like its name reflects ‘simple’ to train other staff to use in the setting. It efficiently tags photos of pupils learning and securely stores them into individual online portfolios of achievements.  Significant learning is efficiently logged for individual or groups of pupils. Teachers can keep track of observations and pinpoint next steps in learning in order to make sure each child is getting the best results with quick and easy progress tracking.

Possible pit falls:2Build a Profile works best with Classroom Monitor Early Years – an online markbook that tracks child development against their EYFS goals. Many settings and schools may have purchased different tracking software which isn’t compatible. The markbook uses a simple traffic light system to show each child’s progress against individual targets. All the evidence and observations you record in 2 Build a Profile are automatically shared with the markbook to support your judgements. As all 2simple software each application comes at a cost and so for the full package could end up less cost effective than competitors.

Fingertips online

Available on:  Desktop PC Windows 32 Bit PC running Windows XP SP3, Vista, Windows 7.Windows PC with 2Ghz or faster processor, 2GB RAM and a minimum of 2GB free disk space. iPhone 4GS or greater, iPad version 2 or greater. Android V2.3 or higher with an SD card and touch screen. (Fingertips recommend Samsung Galaxy Ace)

Suitable for ages: Foundation Stage

Current Price:  Enhanced version – 30 Pupils  £460, Plus £100 for each 10 pupils thereafter.

Annual License Fees £10 per Month, invoiced as £120 charge per year payable by all schools whether they are converting to the free basic version or paying for the enhanced version.

About the App: Having piloted the original software in 2011 I found it easy to use and liked the way it let you see how much evidence you have for individual pupils. Also, it is useful to track pupil progress as you can clearly see the levels each pupil, group or cohort are working at. You can print out individual observations or print out records every few weeks.

Possible Pit falls: Depending on the cost of the devices you want to use for the app it could end up very costly. Also, if you have either an unusually small cohort or large cohort you could find you pay over the odds as the pricing is based on a class of 30 pupils and an additional £100 for a further 10 pupils.  For the free trial you have to have 5 schools present now, otherwise costs are incurred.

The History of E-Learning

http://www.trainingzone.co.uk/blogs-post/history-e-learning/187662

The term ‘e-learning’ has only been in existence since 1999. When the word was first utilized, other terms – such as ‘online learning’ and ‘virtual learning’ – also began to spring up in search of an accurate description of exactly was e-learning was. However, the principles behind e-learning have been well documented throughout history, and there is even evidence that suggests that early forms of e-learning existed as far back as the 19th century.

The 1980s
With the introduction of the computer and internet in the late 20th century, e-learning tools and delivery methods expanded. The first MAC in the 1980s enabled individuals to have computers in their homes, making it easier for them to learn about particular subjects and develop certain skillsets. Then, in the following decade, virtual learning environments began to truly thrive, with people gaining access to a wealth of online information and e-learning opportunities.

The early 1990s
By the early 90s several schools had been set up to deliver courses online, making the most of the internet and bringing education to people unable to attend a college due to geographical or time constraints. Technological advancements also helped educational establishments reduce the costs of distance learning – a saving that could then be passed on to the students, helping bring education to a wider audience.

The late 1990s
At the end of the 90s the learning management systems (LMS) spread widely. Some universities preferred to design and develop their own systems, but most of the educational institutions started with systems from the market.
The dawn of the LMS allowed students and teachers to:
Exchange learning materials
Do tests
Communicate with each other in many ways
Track and trace their progress
The environment was able to facilitate learning in quite an easy way: the product was simple to use, and for teachers it didn’t represent a steep learning curve.

The 2000s
In the 2000s, businesses began using e-learning to train their employees. New and experienced workers alike now had the opportunity to improve upon their industry knowledge base and expand their skillsets. At home, individuals were granted access to programs that offered them the ability to earn online degrees and enrich their lives through expanded knowledge. Pretty advanced stuff, hey?

2010 and the future
The future holds a new wave of e-learning inspired by social media, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Selective Open Online Courses (SOOCs) and even websites like YouTube. Individuals and companies alike are taking the opportunity to use these different outlets to share information and learn from each other. Filtered sits on this wave, and has the cutting-edge technology to help any individual grow their knowledge base.
As for the distant future of e-learning, let us all hope that Artificial Intelligence systems are nothing like what we saw in the Terminator Films.
Here is an e-learning timeline:

This infographic was created by Roberta Gogos.

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Ipads in the Classroom

IPads in the Classroom – Yay or Nay?

The world of education is constantly evolving, and most agree that the onset of new, interactive technology opens up exciting, new doors in learning what we never could have imagined before.  But how much is too much?  What is the best way to incorporate modern devices, such as laptops and iPads, into traditional educational methods?  To what extent should younger learners be exposed to technology in the classroom, and how is the very notion of the “classroom” evolving?

IPads more than ever are becoming a favorite go-to teaching aid in classrooms, with many schools starting to provide students with their own iPads.  The advantages are clear: the devices’ interactive nature and direct means of accessing teaching resources and learning games online can be a way of sugarcoating learning, hopefully getting students to retain information more if they learn it in an enjoyable fashion.  The drawbacks are equally evident: iPads are costly and, some say, superfluous.  They impede on classroom interaction, and can be viewed as a crutch in both the teaching and learning processes.  They can be used as just another medium for wasting time (take the incident in the Los Angeles school district, where iPads were dispersed to students with all non-academic websites blocked, and within days every single student had hacked their way through the firewall).

In fact, tablets have been shown to significantly improve classroom learning and knowledge retention, especially when it comes to explaining scientific or mathematical concepts that are too complex or abstract to show with traditional textbooks or chalkboards.  Using iPads to communicate ideas about the to-scale size of the solar system, molecules, and timelines has been shown to activate neurocognitive synapses in a unique way from book-learning.  Thanks to thousands of imaginative (many of them free) apps available to use, projects, games, and presentations in art, music, languages, social studies, and more are easier than ever.  And with many students, the scrolling, swiping, and tapping finger motions used to access information on an iPad can make learning a more interactive and stimulating experience.

Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) combined with the use of tablets and laptops can expand the classroom in a more encompassing way, allowing the classroom and students’ outside lives to mesh.  Far from replacing the human approach to learning, VLEs allow students and teachers to contact each other directly with questions and feedback, as well as access a wider educational community.  With subjects that are based around communication, such as learning foreign languages, VLEs can give options for exchanges and conversation with students in far-off locations.  Providing a plethora of forums, academic links, and webpages to view tests, classroom content, and other useful resources, VLEs give students a greater individual control over their learning.  It also makes remote learning easier, allowing students who may be traveling or working to attend class with their peers.

More standard VLEs, such as Blackboard which has been used in most colleges and secondary schools for the past decade, offer opportunities to attend classes online, while others provide online student activity centers where users can cooperate on different projects and games.  More cutting edge VLEs such as Moodle, Frog, and Kaleidos offer more opportunities for customization, in an attempt to rival the big social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.  The more creative a teacher is, the more enjoyable they can make their virtual classroom, with options to customize their homepage and embed links to newspapers, videos, and podcasts.  And while doling out iPads and conducting classes online can be intimidating to educators, it is increasingly important for educators to keep up with the times and present learning in a way that’s accessible to the tech-savvy younger generation.

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