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Los MOOC en la crisis de la Educación Universitaria. Docencia, diseño y aprendizaje

Los MOOC en la crisis de la Educación Universitaria. Docencia, diseño y aprendizaje | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

En el nacimiento de la Sociedad del Conocimiento hemos asistido a distintas crisis: La de las finanzas, la de los medios de comunicación, la del entretenimiento. En todas ellas concurren las circunstancias de que el sector afectado se ha visto transformado desde la situación anterior a la situación posterior en sus aspectos más básicos, el soporte material, las operaciones que se producen y los actores implicados, con sus roles, han cambiado sustancialmente en función de cómo se representa y cómo se procesa el conocimiento, de las operaciones que se pueden realizar y de cómo estas afectan a la actividad, generando un nuevo conocimiento y unas nuevas posibilidades. La producción, los servicios y los propios procesos que se utilizan son más eficientes y más singularizados. Pero a estos hechos y a estas posibilidades con ser potentes no se añaden factores relevantes de la crisis más allá de lo que los mismos cambios originan. Esto es así incluso para la Educación en general. En este caso como en los otros citados, aun siendo transcendentes los cambios que se producen y que constituyen la crisis, son provocados por los procesos propios de la sociedad del conocimiento, por sí mismos o interactuando con otros. Así hablamos de un nuevo paradigma educativo donde cambia una educación basada en estándares (unidad de lugar, situación, edad) por otra basada en logros individuales, porque la tecnología permite un tratamiento personalizado y una potente analítica de la información que se puede aplicar a/en los procesos de enseñanza y de aprendizaje.


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Con esto no estamos diciendo que estos procesos sean inevitables. Según la teoría de Christensen (2012 y 2013) hay un núcleo extensible (la parte del sistema que no aumenta el costo con la extensión) y la parte no extensible, en la que el coste es función de la extensión (ahí es donde reside el valor propio del servicio o del negocio). En este trabajo hacemos énfasis en que se trata de determinar y de cuidar la parte de nuestro sistema que no es extensible, la que constituye el valor genuino. Y concluiremos afirmando que las instituciones tendrán que responder a esta supuesta democratización de la educación con una apuesta mayor. Eso significa incorporar eficiente y rigurosamente teorías pedagógicas que han estado probadas en otros entornos pero que deben desarrollarse y tienen mucho que decir, aunque sea distinto, en estos ámbitos.

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Innovación VS Disrupción VS Perturbación Educativa

Innovación VS Disrupción VS Perturbación Educativa | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Mucho se viene hablando sobre la Innovación educativa y la Educación Disruptiva durante los últimos meses. En las redes podemos encontrar infinidad de artículos interesantes sobre estos temas pedgógicos contemporáneos. Puntos de vista convergentes y divergentes son planteados a diario por diferentes personalidades educativas internacionales que se han convertido en nuestros grandes referentes socio-tecno-pedagógicos.

Es por eso que en esta entrada vengo a compartir con ustedes un nuevo concepto acuñado por el consultor empresarial Adam Lloyd, que quisiera adaptar al contexto educativo en el que estamos viviendo hoy día. Se trata de la Perturbación Educativa. Lo traigo a la palestra digital porque me interesa iniciar una reflexión profunda con todos ustedes mis queridos lectores, y quizá hacer el movimiento detonante para iniciar un debate sobre este interesante neologismo pedagógico.

Pero, creo que es meritorio definir los términos principales antes de entrar en el ruedo del debate:
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7 Instructional Design tips for effective eLearning

7 Instructional Design tips for effective eLearning | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
An increasing number of organizations across the globe are relying more on online learning as an effective means to train their globally dispersed workforce. Of course, it is not possible to have a great visual designer on board every time in order to create eLearning that is impactful; but you certainly don’t need one if you spend a little bit of time to understand what makes an eLearning course sell instantly.

Here are 7 Instructional Design tips that will help you create effective eLearning without having any formal training in Visual Design, or technical applications, and still manage to impress your target audience right away:
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Now take notes on drive videos with VideoNot.es

Now take notes on drive videos with VideoNot.es | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

“VideoNot.es allows students to take notes while watching videos. This tool is fantastic in a flipped, blended, or online classroom as students can have their typed notes automatically time-stamped to the video. Because VideoNot.es can be tied to a Google Drive account, all notes can also be saved and shared with others.”


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The best strategy for managing Disruptive Innovation in higher ed

The best strategy for managing Disruptive Innovation in higher ed | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
If a traditional college or university wants success for its implementation of a disruptive innovation, make sure that it’s not subject to the same guidelines and strategies currently in place.

In other words, disruptive innovation success means implementation via an autonomous subunit.

This finding is part of an analysis of two university case studies that tried to successfully integrate the disruptive innovation known as “work-focused learning,” which (in the UK especially), is a learning model offered to undergraduate students who want to earn an undergrad degree in three years but are unable to stop working full or part-time and cannot obtain that degree through conventional routes.

At one university, the model of work-focused learning was initially an autonomous subunit of the institution’s traditional mission and management. At the other university, work-focused learning was integrated as part of the institution’s traditional teaching mission and model.
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Screen Casting made easy with Movavi

Screen Casting made easy with Movavi | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Install this easy-to-use screen capture software and create video how-tos, save video from your webcam, grab online streaming video, capture Skype calls, take screen caps and much more!

Use the built-in video editor to polish your video with stylish filters and special effects, a handy video splitter, and other useful video processing tools.


And yet, with all its power, the Movavi screen capturer is very simple to use: to make a professional-looking screencast, just follow four easy steps: set the recording parameters, capture the screen video, edit it if necessary, and save the results in the appropriate format.


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Neuroeducación: Un desafío para los docentes

Neuroeducación: Un desafío para los docentes | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Desde que Hart en 1983, en su libro Human Brain, Human Learning, enunció que la estructura del enfoque tradicional de enseñanza y de aprendizaje era “opuesta al cerebro”, se han realizado multitud de estudios e investigaciones al respecto que demuestran que esto es así inevitablemente. Su hipótesis era que la enseñanza compatible con el cerebro tendría como resultado un aprendizaje, un clima y una conducta mucho mejores. Y declaraba enfáticamente que para que la educación fuera realmente “compatible con el cerebro” debía ocurrir un cambio en el paradigma de enseñanza-aprendizaje.

Entonces, ¿qué debemos cambiar en nuestra forma de enseñar? La respuesta es obvia: la metodología.

La neurociencia nos puede ayudar en este sentido, nos sirve para entender cómo aprende el cerebro. Este conocimiento nos ayudará a mejorar sustancialmente la eficacia de los procesos de enseñanza-aprendizaje. Desde la pedagogía, basándose en los paradigmas que nos ofrece la neurociencia y de acuerdo con el currículum escolar, deberían generarse nuevas formas de enseñanza, nuevos modelos pedagógicos coherentes con el desarrollo del cerebro en las diferentes etapas de la vida.

Es bien sabido que el futuro del cerebro depende de las redes neuronales que se hayan establecido durante la etapa escolar en función de la educación recibida. Nos lleva más tiempo desaprender algo que hemos aprendido erróneamente que aprender bien, es decir, adquirir un nuevo conocimiento por el camino adecuado. La organización, secuenciación y repetición de los procesos de aprendizaje son básicos para desarrollar y mantener circuitos neuronales mientras que la aleatoriedad conlleva siempre un mal aprendizaje. La repetición y las rutinas consiguen una mayor precisión, rapidez y velocidad en las conexiones neuronales.
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The key to Digital Learning? Bring it into the real world

The key to Digital Learning? Bring it into the real world | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
If you want to teach your kid about ecology, sustainability, or the future of interactive education, take them to the New York Hall of Science and head for the giant virtual waterfall.

The massive digital faucet feeds the ecosystems of Connected Worlds, a cutting-edge installation that aims to teach youngsters about environmental science by immersing them in it. It’s an interactive simulation big enough to walk around inside—virtual reality that’s not piped into a headset but projected onto a real physical space.
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A Definition Of Web Literacy (And How Students Can Benefit)

A Definition Of Web Literacy (And How Students Can Benefit) | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

Reading, writing and arithmetic are the cornerstones of education. While the methods for teaching them may vary, the three Rs are timeless and universal. They equip learners with the skills necessary to interact and participate in the world. And they lay the groundwork for a set of more complex skills: critical thinking, collaboration, nonlinear thinking and others.

The three Rs aren’t going anywhere. But as more and more of our daily lives rely on the Web — whether it’s getting news, connecting with friends and family, or learning about things that interest us — it’s time to recognize the need for another educational building block: web literacy.

At Mozilla, we define web literacy as the ability to read, write and participate on the Web. Web literacy touches on a variety of competencies — from composing and coding to understanding why privacy matters online — but it allows students to do one essential thing: meaningfully engage on the Internet.

In the 21st century, web literacy unlocks the same opportunities as reading and writing. The student who is able to create online has a limitless array of tools. The student who is able to collaborate with peers on the Web can bring fresh, new perspectives to their work. And the student who can distinguish reliable information from the unreliable will always be at an advantage.

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Benefits of Video Conferencing

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With the upgradation of technology, connecting with people has become a whole lot easier and more efficient. In today’s globalised economy, where companies and organisations are not limited to doing business within one specific geographical boundary, it is important to connect with other offices in other countries and regions without regularly travelling from one office to another . Here is how video conferencing has changed the scenario of the business world by providing an effective means to maximise production by minimising costs.
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[Infographic] The importance of Social Learning for companies

[Infographic] The importance of Social Learning for companies | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
The Importance of Social Learning for Companies Infographic presents the benefits and value of social learning in the corporate environment. Social learning is the process of learning through social interaction between peers. Social learning can take place in informal one-on-one encounters, among teams in the course of real-time problem-solving, communities of practice, through social software, expertise directories, and more. The key is that the company fosters a culture of continual learning, in which employees are empowered and encouraged to share what they know with each other and to seek out colleagues’ expertise to increase performance across the organization.

In order to retain more new material, it’s extremely helpful to enable the learner to actively engage in the process. Human beings learn best by asking questions, discussing issues, sharing ideas, and teaching what we know. When we are engaged — repeating information and ideas while interacting with others to explore an area of learning — it stimulates deeper critical thinking. No matter what a person’s dominant learning style is — auditory, visual, or tactile — active participation is the most effective way to solidify new knowledge for the vast majority of people. This is the potential power of social learning done well.
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3 good interactive guides to help you integrate Technology in your teaching

3 good interactive guides to help you integrate Technology in your teaching | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Looking for new ideas and ways to use technology in your instruction? The guides below are definitely worth your consideration. These are free short eBooks available for free download from iTunes store. The books present ideas and examples of the different technologies teachers can use with their students in class. Browse through the collection and get inspired!
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6 strategies for popularizing eLearning within organizations

6 strategies for popularizing eLearning within organizations | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
One concern that I hear Learning and Development and Human Resources executives express is the declining interest and participation of employees in their corporate eLearning programs. In many cases, after the initial excitement of the launch of eLearning initiative is over, employee participation starts going down. Very few employees opt for the eLearning courses, and many of those who subscribe do not complete them. Here are 6 strategies for popularizing eLearning in order to draw employees towards the corporate eLearning initiatives:
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Personal Connections - The best way to engage students in Distance Learning Environment

Personal Connections - The best way to engage students in Distance Learning Environment | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Knowing the material is not enough.

For student achievement, relationships are essential. In my classes, I work to nurture both my relationships with my students and with their parents. I do this because:

Students work harder if they believe that they can please the teacher. A myriad of studies demonstrate that students put more energy and time into a class if they feel like they can please the teacher. If it feels hopeless, they do not work.

Students learn more if their parents are on board. Parent involvement is one of the most important predictors of a student’s academic success, in the classroom or in an online program.

Students perform better when they have personal relationships with the teacher. Some urban schools have found that student’s grades and engagement increase simply by having the teacher and the principal greet the children, every morning. Being seen matters.
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Independientemente que la clase sea presencial o virtual; si no nos conectamos con las experiencias  de nuestros estuiantes, no habrá aprendizaje significativo. Romper la cultura de la calificación  por una de conexión social es bien difícil de lograr. Pero no imposible...

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Independientemente que la clase sea presencial o virtual; si no nos conectamos con las experiencias  de nuestros estuiantes, no habrá aprendizaje significativo. Romper la cultura de la calificación  por una de conexión social es bien difícil de lograr. Pero no imposible...

Carlos Rodrigues Cadre's curator insight, August 2, 9:33 AM

Independientemente que la clase sea presencial o virtual; si no nos conectamos con las experiencias  de nuestros estuiantes, no habrá aprendizaje significativo. Romper la cultura de la calificación  por una de conexión social es bien difícil de lograr. Pero no imposible...

Teacher Rose's curator insight, Today, 5:39 AM

Independientemente que la clase sea presencial o virtual; si no nos conectamos con las experiencias  de nuestros estuiantes, no habrá aprendizaje significativo. Romper la cultura de la calificación  por una de conexión social es bien difícil de lograr. Pero no imposible...

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5 tips to create Compelling Interactions

5 tips to create Compelling Interactions | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Interactivity is not just a fun element you add to your eLearning courses to make them more appealing. It is much more than that; it is the essence of the connection between your audience and the content of your eLearning course. It is, in fact, the ultimate way to ensure that your learners stay engaged in their eLearning experience. Unless you are an extremely talented author and you expect your learners to be carried away with your writing and learn by simply reading the information you have provided, you need to give them reasons to interact with the eLearning material. Why? Because call to action turns passive mode off. And you certainly don’t want your learners to be passive; on the contrary, you want them attentive, engaged, and emotionally connected. You should, therefore, try to find ways for making the interactive eLearning experiences you create as compelling as possible in order to keep your audience interested.

But how you can be sure that you are creating interactions that are compelling enough to keep your learners interested and active? In this article, I'll share 5 great tips on how to create compelling interactions that will help your learners retain knowledge by exploring and interacting with your eLearning content in the most exciting and engaging way.
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Design Thinking en Educación

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El Design Thinking es una metodología, una forma de aproximación a las dificultades o problemas a través del diseño de soluciones innovadoras. Este proceso está centrado en las personas y utiliza una visión creativa como medio para dar respuesta a las necesidades.

Hoy añadimos a nuestro KITPROFES Verano 2015, posibilidades de este modelo de innovación dentro del ámbito educativo:









  1. Alfredo Vela comparte en su blog una infografía sobre Design Thinking para la educación.
  2. En el blog del Colegio Maristas Ntra. Sra. de la Fuencisla de Segovia Cacharreando con Ciencias comparten el trabajo de los alumnos dentro de la asignatura TIC, de 1º de bachillerato, han dedicado gran parte del curso a desarrollar sus Entornos Personales de Aprendizaje y lo hacen aplicando Design Thinking.


Es la primera vez que emplean este enfoque y han creado unos vídeos informativos, en los que explican en qué consiste el Design Thinking #TICsg:

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Cómo crear un blog con Blogger

¿Estás considerando la idea de iniciar un blog para impulsar tu plataforma de autor o reforzar la imagen de tu proyecto? ¿Quieres hacerlo por tu cuenta?

Entonces no te pierdas el tutorial con vídeo que publiqué como autor invitado en el blog Mi Rincón de Artes, en el cual explico cómo crear tu blog utilizando la plataforma de Blogger. Pulsa el siguiente enlace para verlo:

Cómo Crear un Blog Gratis con Google Blogger
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The power of Big Data and Learning Analytics

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Grades, credit hours, rates of participation, work schedules — student information piles up over the years, and colleges and universities continue to uncover new ways to turn all that data into actionable insights.

Admissions departments, in particular, rely heavily on Big Data for recruitment. By purchasing names and predictive modeling services from the ACT, College Board and National Research Center for College and University Admissions, institutions can target those students who are most likely to enroll, saving time and money. Admissions officials can even mine prospective students’ social networks to identify other high-potential candidates.

But Big Data doesn’t just decide which prospects should step onto campus each fall; it can also influence the number of students who walk across the stage four years later. And that sort of power is especially important now, as a national accountability effort forces institutions to identify potential dropouts and raise graduation rates.
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How I made a cool video for teaching & professional development

How I made a cool video for teaching & professional development | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Video can help you to play many significant parts as a teacher of the digital age.

Are you comfortable on stage?

How about your students?

Human beings are delightfully creative and flexible. This should also be reflected in how we learn and how we deliver learning.

Video is our new stage; with exits and entrances alternating between staggering platforms of growth and inspiration.
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Aprendiz y Aprendizaje

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John Dewey, “uno debe despertar y adquirir el compromiso consigo mismo en su propio aprendizaje“. Para ello, el profesor debe estar atento a los intereses de los alumnos para formar un plan de trabajo. Aprender lo tanto dará lugar a actividades que sean significativas para el alumno. John Dewey cree en una pedagogía articulada por las siguientes palabras: actividad, experiencia, la ubicación y la interacción.

Naturalmente no es nuesto planteamiento,p ero si ha sido el escenario típico del aprendizaje en sus diferentes facetas hasta ahora, esperemos.

A diferencia del término “estudiante” en la relación tradicional profesor-alumno, este término es parte de un enfoque centrado en el tema de aprendizaje. El participio presente del “aprendizaje” está tratando de hacer que el valor de actante deseada por los partidarios de una enseñanza heurística. El alumno es un actor y activo en su propio aprendizaje. También se centra en el sujeto cognitivo y emocional.
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A wonderful free tool for creating interactive eBooks for your class

A wonderful free tool for creating interactive eBooks for your class | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
Kindle Textbook Creator is a free software application that allows you to easily convert your educational content saved in PDF format into Kindle books.These include textbooks, course notes, study guides and many more. Using Kindle Textbook Creator, you will be able to enhance the readability of your content with features such as audio, video, and image pop-ups. Once your eBook is ready, you can publish it through Kindle direct publishing and make it available for readers on different devices including fire tablets, iPad, Android tables and Mac and PC computers.
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5 benefits of using a Hashtag for events

5 benefits of using a Hashtag for events | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it

At our recent NYC Schools Technology Summit, many participants were using our hashtag #NYCSchoolsTech in Twitter, Instagram, and other social media sites for the first time. Doing so enabled them to discover the following benefits of placing a simple "#" before a carefully chosen descriptor of "NYCSchoolsTech."

  1. Being in touch with the buzz that was being generated via the attendees.
  2. Enabling attendees to have conversation with a network of people who shared interests about what they were seeing and hearing.
  3. Providing participants with an additional level of excitement both at the actual event and in the online community. 
  4. Serving as a tool to capture and memorize the day right from those in attendance. 
  5. Bringing a community together and strengthening relationships.
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Top 5 tips for Online Facilitators

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One of the biggest mistakes that can be made is to think about online facilitation as an extension of face to face teaching. It isn’t. Here are 5 tips for online facilitators that may help you think a little more about how your course will run and where it might not meet your expectations.


If you are also the designer of your online course there are things to consider that will help when it comes to facilitating the course. Usability and user-friendliness are vital if learners are not to be frustrated right from the start. First impressions count; we all know that.

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[Entrevista] La Aventura del Saber, con María Acaso

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La Aventura del Saber. María Acaso. Directora de Escuela de Educación Disruptiva de la Fundación Telefónica., 


El debate sobre los beneficios y las desventajas de las tareas extraescolares sigue abierto. Muchos expertos aseguran que son demasiadas, que son repetitivas y que provocan tensión entre padres e hijos. Otros consideran que los deberes son necesarios ¿Ustedes que opinan?

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4 important guides to help teachers effectively use iPad in class

4 important guides to help teachers effectively use iPad in class | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
This is the third post in a series of posts covering some very good guides to help teachers make the best of emerging technologies in education. After writing about technology tips and flipped classroom, this post presents some of our favourite reads for teachers looking for ways to better use iPad in their instruction. We invite you to check them out and as always share with us your feedback.
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5 characteristics of Global Learning

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An increasingly globalized society is putting pressure on education to “globalize.” We’ve talked about the definition of global learning before.

This quick post is more about the characteristics of that kind of approach to learning. As globalization becomes more and more inevitable, understanding where we’re drifting might help us make adjustments as we go, yes? The characteristics are numerous and we could almost start anywhere, but five broad characteristics appear below.
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Los pensadores educativos del futuro, mueven el sistema!

Los pensadores educativos del futuro, mueven el sistema! | Edumorfosis.it | Scoop.it
El fenómeno de la Disirupción ayudará universalizar este desarrollo, no solo intelectual y científico, sino a humanizar la Educación de manera completa, porque aunque no lo entendamos muchos, nunca lo ha sido, siempre ha estado sujeta a normas impuestas, lo que de humano tiene poco, se mire como se mire y todo ello hará que la transparencia y la confianza, otros dos caballos de batalla dentro del mundo 2.0, ya no serán ni reseñables, porque también serán natruales y por tanto no hablaremos de ellos.
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