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  • CRRA Update March/April 2013 – Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) Blog
    search results and displays The previous process for indexing EAD files in the Catholic Portal was viewed as causing more problems than offering solutions In short too many search results were being returned Those results while unique were too ambiguous and too similar in nature to be useful Moreover the previous indexing process did not take advantage of an EAD file s rich metadata title date language controlled vocabulary terms biographical history abstract scope content notes etc The solution to the problem involved re indexing portal EAD files and is described by Eric on the CRRA blog Included in the posts is detailed information about mapping EAD elements to the VuFind Solr index useful information for understanding how your EAD descriptions will be searched in the portal This re indexing has solved the problem of too many records and has resulted in the display of more of EAD s rich metadata specifically the abstract scope content biographical history and physical description See Eric s blog posts at http www catholicresearch net blog 2012 07 indexing ead 2 and http www catholicresearch net blog 2012 10 indexing again for the full analysis The display and search results of EAD files are a great improvement and we encourage you to have a look and let us know what you think EAD records in the portal are denoted by the Format term Archival material and this link takes you to a list of the 238 EAD files currently in the portal http www catholicresearch net vufind Search Results lookfor type AllFields filter format 3A 22Archival material 22 view list Sincere thanks to Eric and the DAC for this important portal enhancement FROM THE CRRA Jennifer Younger Pat Lawton ANNUAL PLAN Update Together with Janice Welburn and Tyrone Cannon chair and vice chair respectively of the Board we met with the CRRA committee chairs to begin planning for next year s goals The chairs briefly noted some of the most significant accomplishments of this year including the redesigned website a more explanatory collection policy digitizing priorities and the Catholic Newspapers Online and with great appreciation to you the members the addition of portal records with links to digital content Collectively they identified priorities for next year including the Catholic Newspaper Program outreach to scholars and students member mentoring and orientation building shared collections of interest and social media interaction In May the CRRA committees will discuss and identify their goals The draft strategic plan for 2013 14 will be shared with the full membership and discussed at the July 2 All Member Meeting We invite your input and suggestions at any time You can write to any of the committee chairs directly or to Pat or Jennifer On Our Way 69 of CRRA Members have records in the Catholic Portal We are pleased to report that 69 of our member institutions have contributed records to the Portal just 31 shy of our goal for 100 participation Member holdings represent a wide variety of formats

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  • DPLA Announces Knight Foundation Grant to Research Potential Integration of Newspaper Content – Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) Blog
    DPLA will investigate the current state of newspaper digitization in the US Thanks in large part to the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress s joint National Digital Newspaper Program NDNP showcased online as Chronicling America many states in the US have digitized their historic newspapers and made them available online A number of states however have made newspapers available outside of or in addition to this important program and DPLA plans to investigate what resources it would take to potentially provide seamless discovery of the newspapers of all states and US territories including the over 10 million pages already currently available in Chronicling America Continue reading Author plawton Posted on November 16 2015 Categories Newspapers Post navigation Previous Previous post CRRA Update May June 2013 Next Next post A historical treasure trove Social justice tradition runs through Catholic archives Categories Announcements 24 Collections 3 Events Meetings 14 Newspapers 2 Tech Issues Tips 47 Uncategorized 7 Updates 45 Search Search for Search Archives February 2016 December 2015 November 2015 June 2013 May 2013 March 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April

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  • CRRA Update Summer 2014 – Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) Blog
    and Catholic Studies Seton Hall University Alan Delozier includes links to LibGuides to CRRA and the portal Save the Date June 1 2 2015 The CRRA Symposium and Annual Meeting will be held June 1 2 2015 at Catholic Theological Union CTU Chicago Plan now to join in learning about the impact of Vatican II on liturgical art and design as visualized by a leading liturgical artist and what faculty students and others value most in the portal collections and Catholic Newspapers Online News from Our Members Avila University s Martha Smith CSJ Archives and Research Center This photo shows the outside legacy wall for the Martha Smith CSH Archives and Research Center recently completed at Avila University Carol Coburn Professor of Religious Studies and Women s and Gender Studies and the Director of the CSJ Heritage Center writes that they are very excited to share our new site that was dedicated on August 25 2014 It is in our new Library Learning Commons and provides space for archival materials a research room and a full time archivist The Center includes the Women Religious Special Collections begun by Sister Martha Smith and Carol Coburn Ph D in the fall of 1997 These collections are unique as the first college university Special Collections focused entirely on the experience of Catholic sisters and nuns Congratulations Avila DePaul University Sending St Vincent s Letters to the World DePaul University Special Collections and Archives hold eight of St Vincent s original manuscripts the largest collection outside of Europe Holding a letter safely encased in plastic that St Vincent de Paul held the Reverend Edward R Udovic C M tells his students can be a transformational experience Vincent was a 17th century person and even though his ideals and values transcend history understanding that he was a real person and came from this specific place and time is very important Now the Vincentian community worldwide can get a closer look at these letters through a new digital collection allowing scholars to pore over the way the letters have been written underlining scratch outs and bolder passages which cannot be replicated in the print volumes of Vincent s correspondence says Andrew Rea DePaul s Vincentian librarian http www depaulnewsline com features sending st vincents letters world St Catherine University Adé Bethune The Power of One Person Deborah Kloiber University Archivist Head of Special Collections St Catherine University Library Adé Bethune 1914 2002 gave her personal papers art works books and other items to St Catherine University in 1984 The Adé Bethune Collection is one of St Kate s treasures and has drawn the interest of scholars and others from around the world This fall the University is celebrating the centennial of Adé Bethune s birth and her contributions to art especially liturgical art and social action initiatives The celebration centers on an exhibition in the Catherine G Murphy Gallery on campus curated by Deborah Kloiber University Archivist and Head of Special Collections Adé Bethune The Power of One Person which runs September 8 December 19 2014 draws from items in the University s Adé Bethune Collection to commemorate the career of Bethune as artist writer and activist From her early association with the Catholic Worker in the 1930s Bethune went on to become a pioneering liturgical artist graphic designer and businesswoman as well as a driving force for social justice and community change The exhibition illustrates her work in these areas all of which grew from her involvement with the Catholic Worker To further honor this remarkable woman a lecture series accompanies the exhibition The free lectures feature four scholars who are familiar with Adé Bethune and her work and who have used the Adé Bethune Collection for their research Dr Julia Upton RSM Distinguished Professor of Theology St John s University New York spoke September 18 on The Work and Works of Mercy Learning from Catholic Worker Artist Adé Bethune October 9 features two talks one by Rebecca M Berru Davis Ph D Louisville Institute Postdoctoral Fellow School of Theology St John s University Minnesota Her topic is Liturgical Design Art and Community Adé Bethune s Evolving Mission to Transform Church Space The second by Katharine E Harmon Ph D Lecturer in Theology Marian University Indianapolis is titled Work and Worship Adé Bethune and the American Liturgical Movement The final lecture Adé Bethune Renaissance Woman Creative Living and Aging will be given November 18 by Dr Judith Church Tydings Bethune was once asked by a reporter about her opinion of Catholic art in general Her response evokes the combination of innovation and authenticity that made her a pioneering artist of her time You use the word art as meaning things i e works of art Actually art is the virtue or power residing in the artist You should be careful in your use of the word No virtue of making is generally found in our churches schools or homes But they are full of works of art most of them the very ugly products of commercialism Adé Bethune used the artistic power she alluded to in many ways throughout her life designing churches and sacred objects for use in worship as an illustrator and graphic designer for a variety of causes and organizations that she supported and in designing residential buildings in order to provide affordable housing in Newport Her legacy demonstrates the ability or power of one person to improve conditions of her community and the world around her For more information about the celebration see the exhibition website http www stkate edu gallery 14 15 ade bethune php and Pinterest board http www pinterest com stkateslibrary adé bethune the power of one person View St Kate s rich holdings in the Catholic portal http www catholicresearch net vufind Search Results lookfor ade bethune type AllFields filter 5B 5D institution 3A 22St Catherine University 22 CRRA at IFLA August 2014 We were well represented at three IFLA International Federation of Libraries Association meetings this

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  • CRRA Update Spring 2014 – Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) Blog
    Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education respectively for harvesting These records are now available for viewing in the portal Kudos and thanks to Duquesne Marquette and DAC for advancing CRRA goals to increase digital content accessible via the portal and for adding to the critical mass of materials on two portal themes Catholic Men s Religious Orders and Catholic education Following the successful ingestion of BePress Marquette and CONTENTdm Duquesne content into the Catholic portal the Digital Access Committee is looking for additional members interested in adding digital content to the online index Rob Behary of Duquesne has provided instructions to help other CONTENTdm users make their collections available http www catholicresearch net cms files 1014 0510 0321 Making CONTENTdm Collections Available to CRRA pdf and DAC is also willing to work with members using other platforms If you are interested in working with DAC to expose your institution s digital content in the portal please contact Demian Pat or any member of the Digital Access Committee Upcoming CRRA Webinar on LibGuides The Subject Guide to the Portal Subcommittee chaired by Felice Maciejewski Dominican University is sponsoring a webinar to review the newly developed LibGuides to the portal The guides describe the kinds of materials found in the portal and provide tips on searching and full text availability A special announcement via the CRRA listserv will go out with date time and sign in information A Mystery Collection Jennifer Younger CRRA Executive Director Thanks to Ann Kenne Head of Special Collections and University Archivist St Thomas for her close reading of the CRRA Update Winter 2014 in which I mistakenly stated that the University of St Thomas St Paul MN held the files and archives of the National Office for Black Catholics NOBC A search query for National Office Black Catholics returns 31 hits but the records do not appear to describe a collection of files and archives from the National Office for Black Catholics I do not remember where I read about this collection Can you help solve this mystery Does such a collection of records exist Where does it exist Opportunities for Professional Service and Development in CRRA There are many CRRA committees groups and task forces doing important and interesting work to advance our mission to provide enduring global access to Catholic research resources Information about the various groups is viewable on our website at http www catholicresearch net cms index php crra groups If you or someone at your institution is interested in sharing time and talents through CRRA committee service please contact Pat Jennifer or the committee chair Committee members often find the opportunity for meeting and working with CRRA colleagues to be a rewarding experience In addition to serving on committees there are other opportunities to help CRRA achieve its priorities and goals We describe very broadly below some areas of opportunity but we know from experience that members always have excellent suggestions We welcome your ideas and participation Please contact Pat or Jennifer to

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  • CRRA Update Winter 2014 – Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) Blog
    a dual recommendation Veridian and Islandora Their recommendation will be part of the larger case statement to digitize Catholic newspapers and make them available and searchable through a shared repository Since thanks to members of this group including Betsy Post Boston College Chair Rob Behary Duquesne Megan Bernal DePaul Kate Dohe Georgetown Demian Katz Villanova Pat Lawton CRRA Leah Prescott Georgetown Save the date CRRA All Member Annual meeting May 7 8 2014 Marquette University Milwaukee The Program Committee is excited to continue our tradition of meeting at member institutions and thank Janice Welburn Dean of University Libraries for inviting us to Marquette You can find more information on meeting and hotel arrangements on our website under News Events You may wish to book your room soon to ensure a room at the Ambassador Hotel A special CRRA rate of 109 is available until April 14 Book your rooms now Plan now to join us in discussions about Catholic media using newspapers in teaching and individual research and digital collections as well as CRRA activities accomplishments and priorities for the coming year We welcome your suggestions Please contact any Program Committee member Janice Welburn Marquette Michael Lacroix Creighton Fran Rice Dayton Deb Kloiber St Catherine Lisa Gonzalez Catholic Theological Union Pat Lawton and Jennifer Younger CRRA Featured Collection Mighty oaks from little acorns grow Special collections at St Thomas Jennifer Younger CRRA Executive Director In addition to the general collections of almost one million books and journals in print and or electronic format the University Archives and Special Collections holds rich and notable special collections with over 700 records already in the Catholic portal These collections add substantially to materials relating to Catholic portal themes of Catholic education Intellectual life Literary figures Liturgy and devotion and Religion and citizenship The Christopher Dawson 1889 1970 Collection includes the personal papers of this well known British Catholic historian and major influence on other writers during the inter war period first and subsequent editions of Dawson s works in a variety of languages as well as rare and unique items in his personal library His papers include his correspondence with individuals such as T S Eliot Arnold Toynbee C S Lewis and others and complement correspondence between Dawson and others in archival collections held at Dayton Georgetown Catholic and Notre Dame The Chesterton Belloc Collection is an extensive collection 2000 items of first and later editions plus others materials periodical articles pamphlets other ephemera published by the English Catholic authors G K Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc Both were ardent Roman Catholics and indefatigable defenders of the faith The Chesterton portion is unusually complete representing practically every word Chesterton ever committed to paper The Belloc materials include twenty nine letters signed by Belloc addressed to one Carl Schmitt the American Catholic scholar and artist Some of Schmitt s essays can be found at the Carl Schmitt Foundation website Formed in 1970 by black Catholic laity religious and clergy the files and archives of the National Council for Black Catholics NOBC document not only the Black Catholic response to the Civil Rights struggles of the late sixties seventies and eighties but the response of the entire Catholic Church to the racial tensions of this era Thanks to the efforts of this coalition the Catholic Church became a visible and powerful force in the racial justice movements of the era During this era the NOBC became the Catholic focal point for Civil Rights activity and a major force in the national struggle for civil and human rights It would be impossible to write a history of the Catholic Church in this era and more specifically black Catholics in this era without consulting this collection The documents are divided into six categories General Files Liturgy Civil and Human Rights Conferences and Workshops Education and Family and NOBC Newsfiles The University Archives collections and makes available records of permanent historical value from the University s governing bodies administrative offices academic departments curriculum and student life as well as materials on affiliated entities dating back to the early 20 th The student newspaper The purple and gray and yearbook Aquinas can be read online complementing newspapers in Catholic Newspapers Online and yearbooks at Benedictine University and Saint Joseph s College Other rare digital collections include temperance tracts from the 19 th century early religious texts in Native American languages and more documents from the University Archives From the CRRA Catholic University of America Students and the CRRA Website Pat Lawton Digital Projects Librarian This semester we have the privilege to work with graduate students in the Department of Library and Information Science at The Catholic University of America Students in Dr Sue Yeon Syn s Information Architecture and Web Design class are working with us as clients in redesigning evaluating our current website The project is done in a team and the team conducts a website evaluation and suggestions for re design in terms of its structure of pages and content as well as graphic design The design suggestions are based on thorough evaluation including usability testing and content analysis We have been working with the group in an iterative process and will have final suggestions at the semester s end We look forward to implementing the team s suggestions for a more attractive effective and user friendly website Special thanks to Bill Kules Dean Dr Sue Yeon Syn and the very capable CUA students on the team charged with evaluating and analyzing our website Reviewing Google Analytics data from past year Feb 16 2103 to Feb 16 2014 The team from CUA also took a good look at our site stats google analytics for the past year and made a number of observations Following are snippets from the report contact Pat for a copy of the full report Total visits 26 514 Unique visitors 21 233 Pages visit 3 02 Avg visit duration 2min 17 seconds New visitors 78 9 Traffic source and medium Most traffic is organic

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  • CRRA Update Sept/Oct/Nov 2013 – Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) Blog
    emigrated from there in about 1865 ending up in Leominster Ma Through the magic of the Internet I have connected with a variety of people online who are descended from Catherine s grandparents many of whom have added small pieces to the story of this family that I first heard about from my mother I even have met descendants of her brothers who still live in Ireland as well as her uncles descendants who also remain there Imagine my surprise to find that my search yielded information from several issues of the Sacred Heart Review which posted letters from young children living in Tawnytaskin in 1911 1912 These letters even refer to their American cousin living in Leominster as well as pinpointing the death of a beloved grandfather 2 days before Christmas he was my great grandmother s uncle I know that some of my Irish cousins have been searching for more information about the death of their ancestor in 1911 as he is buried with his brother Catherine Coleman s father in Estersnow Cemetery I have sent the links off to Ireland and I know that they will be surprised and happy as well There was also some mention of an Aunt Winnie in Manchester NH which should give them some more food for genealogical thought Thank you so much for working on this it gave me goosebumps to feel the years between us just slide away and feel almost as if it were the present The work of librarians and archivists everywhere is a hugely important task the prevention of cultural Alzheimer s Anyone who has helped a loved one through this horrible disease knows how devastating it is for a person to lose their very soul So what a greater confirmation of the worth of this task could I have received than Ms Brewin s message Digitizing The Missionary Catechist by Jeff Hoffman Archivist Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters In looking over material of the Victory Noll archives we had a discussion on whether to microfilm some of our records or digitize them In closer examination we decided to explore digitization It was about this time that Pat Lawton introduced us to the CRRA Through discussions with her we began looking at the Victory Noll Archives participating with the CRRA Our earliest participation would be the digitization of THE MISSIONARY CATECHIST which was our journal that was published from 1924 to 1964 Once we decided to go ahead with the digitization we needed to look at how this would be funded We searched for resources that would be a good fit for us in which our chances of getting the funding would stand a good chance of success One of the first that came to mind was Our Sunday Visitor Institute Since they only offer funding through organizations listed in the Official Catholic Directory our competition would be limited Throughout the grant process Pat walked us through the steps necessary One item that is necessary is a letter from the local ordinary in support of the project We applied in the spring with the closing date the Tuesday after Easter I recommend contacting the Bishop sooner than later because they tend to be busy in the time leading up to the Triduum We were able to get the full amount that we requested One of the grant application questions asked for a timeline of the project This made us take into consideration how we were going to scan the material We decided to outsource it due to limited resources here We did not request for the scans to be OCRed and did not realize this until later in the project To make the journal OCR enabled we ended up running through an Adobe Acrobat Program on our own which added slightly to our overall cost We also looked at how we would make the journal available online We looked at various hosting sites and found few geared towards libraries and archives We went with Omeka net because of their different pricing levels We liked what we saw when we utilized their free level and decided to go with an upgrade I only had limited experience with metadata before I began this project Pat and Alex Papson University of Notre Dame walked me through the fields that would be necessary for our project and gave me a better explanation of Dublin Core I read all I could find about metadata but having someone explain the slight variations in various fields was helpful Once I had a better understanding of metadata and Dublin Core I could make better use of online resources available when uploading the material When it came to uploading the metadata I found that I could do it via batches with Omeka net However I did not find a way to do it for THE MISSIONARY CATECHIST The issues had to be uploaded individually before they were connected to the metadata Due to time constraints we looked at the possibility of having an intern assist with the adding of the metadata We set our timeline up in order to have the intern work on the project over the summer We figured out how long that portion of the project would take and its cost Both were placed into the application We were very pleased with the work of our intern and look forward to making the Catechist available to all through our website http www olvm org and the CRRA From the Catholic Newspapers Task Force A Platform for the Catholic Newspapers Directory Noel McFerran chair University of St Michael s College at the University of Toronto I am pleased to announce our selection of the International Coalition on Newspapers ICON database as the platform for the Catholic Newspapers Directory This is an exciting step that allows us to leverage our resources through use of an existing database and place Catholic newspapers into a bigger pond of newspapers ICON is freely accessible at www crl

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  • Updates – Page 2 – Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) Blog
    Article Indexing and displaying Encoded Archival Description files in the Catholic portal Committee Updates From the Collections Committee on Treasures from the Catholic Research Resources Alliance Women Religious Newspapers Task Force on Survey of Member Holdings From the CRRA Annual plan update and Member holdings in the portal CRRA in the News Thanks to Diane Maher University of San Diego Portal Tech Tip Using the comments feature Upcoming events Catholic Legacies in Victoria May 28 29 2013 Continue reading CRRA Update March April 2013 Author plawton Posted on May 2 2013 May 2 2013 Categories Uncategorized Updates CRRA Update Jan Feb 2013 This month s update includes From the Board Janice Welburn chair on Becoming a nonprofit federally tax exempt corporation Member News Villanova wins ACRL Excellence in Libraries Award Congratulations to Carol Johnson Bob Skinner and Stephanie Clark CRRA in the Spotlight Feature Article Learning more about our collection through selecting materials for CRRA by Lisa Gonzalez Catholic Theological Union Committee Updates From The Collections Committee on Updating the collection policy the Digital Access Committee on EAD records the website and more and the Newspapers Task Force on the List of Catholic Newspapers Online Grant opportunities CLIR Hidden Collections proposals due March 22 2013 Upcoming events The CRRA Annual Meeting July 2 Continue reading CRRA Update Jan Feb 2013 Author plawton Posted on February 27 2013 February 28 2013 Categories Updates CRRA Update Nov Dec 2012 FROM THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Janice Welburn Chair Last year we adopted an inspiring vision describing what we want to achieve and an ambitious actionable plan for getting there In this context members committees and the Board develop an annual strategic plan The Board met on December 12 2012 at Lauinger Library Georgetown University Committee chairs joined us for a discussion of goals and current activities for this year which we all agreed was informative and helpful in creating a broad understanding of how the goals and activities of each group fit into the overall directions Continue reading CRRA Update Nov Dec 2012 Author plawton Posted on December 17 2012 February 24 2013 Categories Updates CRRA Update September 2012 CRRA Update September 2012 Welcome to new CRRA Participants CRRA Collections Spotlight Notre Dame s Vatican II Collection by Alan Krieger Continuing Board and Committee Chairs Update on Concrete5 and the CRRA Website Continue reading CRRA Update September 2012 Author plawton Posted on October 1 2012 February 24 2013 Categories Updates CRRA Update October 2012 CRRA Update October 2012 Please Join Us for a Sneak Preview of the CRRA Updated Website CRRA Collections Spotlight New Jersey Catholic Historical Commission Newsletter Digitization by Alan Delozier Seton Hall University Re indexing EAD Files by Eric Morgan ND DePaul Hosts Catholic Research Resources Alliance Symposium by Scott Walter DePaul University Might be of interest 2012 Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities Computer Science Continue reading CRRA Update October 2012 Author plawton Posted on October 1 2012 February 24 2013 Categories Updates CRRA Update August 2012 The August Update

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  • Updates – Page 5 – Catholic Research Resources Alliance (CRRA) Blog
    analysis The CRRA website Kim Kelley Steve Connaghan Upcoming events Enjoy and Happy New Year Continue reading CRRA December 2009 Update Author Eric Lease Morgan Posted on January 11 2010 February 28 2013 Categories Updates CRRA Update November 2009 Following is the CRRA Update for November 2009 This update includes CRRA member news Focus groups report Progress report on our strategic plan The CRRA Collection Policy Statement News about the CLIR grant award Upcoming events I would like to include more news items by and about members in future updates so if you have news items to share please pass them on Pat Lawton Digital Project Librarian plawton nd edu Continue reading CRRA Update November 2009 Author Eric Lease Morgan Posted on December 4 2009 March 1 2013 Categories Updates CRRA Update October 2009 Following is the update of CRRA activities and news during the month of October 2009 This update includes News about CRRA members An update on the focus groups at member institutions Notes from the Digital Access Committee meeting Future happenings Suggested readings I would like to include more news items by and about members in future updates so if you have news items to share please pass them on Happy reading Pat Lawton CRRA Digital Project Librarian plawton nd edu Continue reading CRRA Update October 2009 Author Eric Lease Morgan Posted on November 6 2009 February 28 2013 Categories Updates CRRA Update September 2009 To help keep you informed of the CRRA s activities I would like to introduce the first installment of the CRRA Update CRRA Updates will be distributed monthly to all CRRA members and posted here for your viewing pleasure Enjoy Please send suggestions for future updates to Pat Lawton at plawton nd edu Thank you Author Eric Lease Morgan Posted on October

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