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Digital Futures: Innovations in Mobile Learning

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social media and informal learning • integrating the use of smart devices • augmented reality/wearable computing • mobile learning research issues

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Curtin Teaching and Learning - eLearning: eLearning advisors

Curtin Teaching and Learning - eLearning: eLearning advisors | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
The diverse team of eLearning advisors provide elearning workshops, send out periodic newsletter, provide customised consultation, support the eScholar program and more.

 

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Craig Patterson's comment, June 12, 2013 10:52 PM
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The website was redesigned and we disappeared ... This scoop is simply a flag about who's curating... We didn't expect anyone wold ever want to visit us.....
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How green is my ebook? | CILIP

How green is my ebook? | CILIP | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it

The rapid rise of ebooks and e-readers has been phenomenal. Ebook sales have risen from 10 million in 2008, to 457 million in 2012, and despite slower growth in 2013, account for 20 per cent of all book sales. CILIP estimated that academic ebooks will account for 18 per cent of the global textbook market by 2013, up from 3.4 per cent in 2011. - See more at: http://www.cilip.org.uk/cilip/news/how-green-my-ebook#sthash.Q4xKNx4D.a5waSy2n.dpuf

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App Smashing: Combining Google Drive, iTunes U, And Apps In The Classroom - Edudemic

App Smashing: Combining Google Drive, iTunes U, And Apps In The Classroom - Edudemic | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it

Many schools that have adopted one-one tablet technology struggle with the pre-requisite skills associated with moving files from app to app. This process is now called App Smashing, and when you learn how to use it to your advantage, it really does make things nice and simple.

Workflow is king and the easier it is to distribute content, create solutions, and then store that information for feedback, the more success you will have in the digital classroom.


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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, May 13, 8:01 AM

The phrase that jumped out at me is "Workflow is king..." . The classroom is all about flow.  


The use of tablets can be daunting when it comes to getting your documents to go where you want them to go. So, flow seems a good topic to investigate.


Slide on into this article. It will help!

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50 Apps That Clarify 50 New Ways To Learn - te@chthought

50 Apps That Clarify 50 New Ways To Learn - te@chthought | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it

"Below we’ve gathered a diverse list of learning apps across iOS and Android from giants like Google, Apple, Microsoft, as well as upstarts like Brainfeed, The Sandbox, and Knowji. None of the apps are perfect, but each app does something special, and in that talent represents what’s possible as we careen towards 2020 and beyond.

 

Learning through play. Self-directed learning. Flipped learning. Mobile learning. Collaborative learning. Social learning. It’s all here. Alone, none offer the turn-key approach to education that textbooks have traditionally turned to. But this is a strength. As education technology grows, we can adapt to new learning models that take advantage of the fragmented but enormous potential of self-directed, creative, collaborative, and almost entirely mobile learning."

 


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Wilko Dijkhuis's curator insight, April 26, 3:01 AM

a nice list

Ali Anani's curator insight, April 26, 9:20 PM

Fifty learning tools in one

God Is.'s curator insight, April 27, 2:26 PM

Always learn something new everyday...

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UNESCO findings illuminate the potential of mobile reading (stay tuned for a new resource!) | CoSN

UNESCO findings illuminate the potential of mobile reading (stay tuned for a new resource!) | CoSN | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it

ny organisation 774 million people worldwide -- more than double the population of the United States -- cannot read and write.  

Illiteracy is rampant, but it is also highly concentrated in a few countries, where poverty, conflict, and poor health care often complicate efforts to provide education. For example, in Sub-Saharan Africa, the number of illiterate people has increased by 40% since 2000, despite significant gains in other global regions.

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Any Educational organisation contemplating global reach and engagement would be well advised to consider the implications of this report.

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Why You Should Care About M-Learning

Why You Should Care About M-Learning | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it

"Mobile learning is becoming increasingly popular in the workplace. There are a variety of reasons for this, but many have to do with the accessibility of mobile devices, the savings associated with a mobile enabled learning program, and the convenience mobile learning affords the learner. In fact, today if there is a learning management system (or courses) that do not perform on mobile devices, it is borderline in-excusable. In five years time, it will be flat-out archaic."


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LLZ Uni Halle's curator insight, April 3, 5:41 AM

infografic

Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, April 4, 5:54 AM

Good article about why companies need to start adopting mobile training. Some of the information echoes what I have in my e-learning presentation slides from last week! Technology is moving fast, and we have to move fast with it or fall severely behind. The infographic in this article is rather good. 

--techcommgeekmom

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iPads Improve Classroom Learning, Study Finds

iPads Improve Classroom Learning, Study Finds | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
The power of iPads and other tablets can help students learn concepts of enormous scale, like the size of the solar system, that traditional methods struggle to teach.

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Com.En.Zar's curator insight, January 14, 12:43 PM

Parece que la implantación de los iPad en las aulas escoleras está siendo una buena idea. 

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A Mobile Dilemma

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About three years ago, while I was teaching education at a local college, I was attempting to do an observation of one of my students at her student teaching assignment. It was my first time visiting
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A Must Read Google Plus Guide for Schools ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Must Read Google Plus Guide for Schools ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it

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Louis van Cuijk's curator insight, January 15, 2:07 PM

Google+ voor scholen maar ook een Google+ handleiding. Die heb ik bij Google nog niet zo gezien.

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Social, Digital & Mobile Around The World (January 2014)

This report presents all the key statistics, data and behavioural indicators for social, digital and mobile channels around the world. Alongside regional pictures that capture the stats for every nation on Earth, we also present in-depth analyses for 24 of the world's largest economies: Argentina, Australia, Brazile, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, Thailand, the UAE, the UK, and the USA. For other reports in this series, please visit http://wearesocial.sg/tag/sdmw

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The key stat seems to be access via mobile -access to 93% of the world's population.

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Use of Mobile Technology for Inquiry-Based Learning - EdTechReview™ (ETR)

Use of Mobile Technology for Inquiry-Based Learning - EdTechReview™ (ETR) | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Learn the ways in which Mobile Technology can help in Inquiry-Based learning.
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Mobile Education - Lessons from 35 Education Experts on Improving L...

Education is at a tipping point. From the rising cost of a college education and the financial pressures upon local districts and state agencies to fund K-12 sc
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The Possibilities of Mobile: Openly Networked, Inquiry-Based Learning | Connected Learning

The Possibilities of Mobile: Openly Networked, Inquiry-Based Learning | Connected Learning | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
In what ways will mobile act as an on-ramp to diverse learning experiences? How will a mobile device connect locations, experiences and communities?
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Exploring Students' Mobile Learning Practices in Higher Education (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE.edu

Exploring Students' Mobile Learning Practices in Higher Education (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE.edu | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Key TakeawaysA university-wide survey on students' mobile learning practices showed that ownership of mobile devices is high among students and that tablets are the most popular devices for academic purposes.The survey also found that mobile learning typically occurs outside the classroom, with only limited guidance from instructors.To improve mobile learning effectiveness, students and instructors need help adopting more effective learning and teaching practices across content areas.
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Universities should go beyond ICT Plans to SMICT (Social Mobile Information Communication Technologies) strategies. And even the, this would just be the tip of the ice-berg. While synergized, it will change and create new business models for campus teaching, learning, living, wellness, performance/assessment modes and measurements, learning space designs,

 

Really, you ain't see anything yet!

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Game-Based mLearning: Develop Learning in Hours, not Weeks | Game On! Learning

Game-Based mLearning: Develop Learning in Hours, not Weeks | Game On! Learning | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it

Moving in the direction of mobile learning?  Working to enable your traditional eLearning courses to run on tablets and smartphones?  Consider another direction.  Unless your eLearning offerings draw rave reviews from your workforce, moving them to a mobile device only makes it more convenient for your employees to access marginally effective training.

Raise the bar on your online training as you go mobile.  Produce more effective, more engaging mLearning in a fraction of the time required to develop unengaging eLearning.  How fast?  How about 8 hours to produce training with 10 distinct learning activities?  With built-in addictive learning games, extensive leaderboard capabilities, and the most extensive analytics on the market.

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Smartphones: The Silent Killer Of The Web As You Know It

Smartphones: The Silent Killer Of The Web As You Know It | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
The PC is dying, long live the PC! These headlines have been thrown around for years, as sales of laptops and desktops have continually dwindled downward.
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The implications for learning engagement are significant.  Recent data suggests that mobile engagement can potentially target 93% of the world's population.  Learning design must shift to accommodate these growing patterns for engagement - instructional design and knowledge of more dynamic mobile platforms will need to become more common.  Universities are still a decade or more behind current trends.  What will blended and elearning look like in another few years if anyone takes notice of this?

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The implications for learning engagement are significant. Recent data suggests that mobile engagement can potentially target 93% of the world's population. Learning design must shift to accommodate these growing patterns for engagement - instructional design and knowledge of more dynamic mobile platforms will need to become more common. Universities are still a decade or more behind current trends. What will blended and elearning look like in another few years if anyone takes notice of this?
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What to do when your phone is stolen

What to do when your phone is stolen | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Phones get stolen a lot, but victims aren't helpless. Henry Cooke explains what to do the moment your phone is missing.
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6 Emerging Trends in Education and Mobile Learning

6 Emerging Trends in Education and Mobile Learning | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
At the UNESCO Mobile Learning Week 2014 I sat on a panel titled Emerging Trends and New Technology – considered in the context of mobile learning. Below are the notes of the key points that I made. Note: The issue of Emerging Trends and New Technology begs the question: for who? For students in California,…

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Brad Ovenell-Carter's curator insight, April 16, 8:30 AM

Social media is everything, as Rikia Saddy (@rikias) says.

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5 Tips for Classroom Management With Mobile Devices - Edudemic

5 Tips for Classroom Management With Mobile Devices - Edudemic | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Need to navigate the highway of classroom management along with technology into your classroom? Jennifer Carey helps get you there!

 

When adopting technology in the classroom, one of the key concerns for teachers and administrators is classroom management.


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Lisa Jones's curator insight, March 8, 2:25 AM

Great article on classroom management of  mobile devices.

Bronwyn Desjardins's curator insight, March 22, 1:07 AM

The key to good classroom management has and always will be the "two eyes, two feet" technique. You have to be mobile and walk around the room. Off-task Behaviour occurs when teachers disengage. 

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Teaching the Essential Skills of the Mobile Classroom

Teaching the Essential Skills of the Mobile Classroom | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Think back 20 years. Pay phones still worked, and only doctors carried pagers. Laptops weighed as much as bowling balls, and few of us had Internet access. In fact, much of what we now consider commo
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Why BYOD Makes Sense: Thinking Beyond a Standardized 1:1

Why BYOD Makes Sense: Thinking Beyond a Standardized 1:1 | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
I was recently asked, "Why are you giving the teachers choice of a laptop? Why not just go all in with one device?" My answer, simply stated, is that homogenization of any tool is never a good idea i
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The eLearning Guild : 158 Tips on mLearning: From Planning to Implementation : Publications Library

The eLearning Guild : 158 Tips on mLearning: From Planning to Implementation : Publications Library | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
It seems like everything is changing in the mobile world: Smartphone and tablet adoption has skyrocketed, users have discovered unexpected ways of using their mobile devices, and many organizations have moved from thinking about mLearning to actual...
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Kindles makes up for lack of books in Ghana's reading revolution

Kindles makes up for lack of books in Ghana's reading revolution | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Guardian Christmas appeal: school turns to technology to tackle poor literacy among students – and achieves remarkable results
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MoLeaP - The mobile learning project database

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MoLeaP - The mobile learning project database is a public and free-of-charge online database for teachers, researchers and other (education) professionals interested in learning and teaching with mobile media. The concept behind MoLeaP builds on LMLG's research on mobile learning. read more 

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12th World Conference on Mobile & Contextual Learning - Table of Contents

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RESEARCH PAPERS

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Exploring the impact of using tablet devices in enhancing students listening and speaking skills in tertiary education

Ismail FayedAmer YacoubAli Hussein
Abstract . . PDF (759 KB) . PDF with links(516 KB)  2

Post Web 2.0 Media: Mobile Social Media

Thomas CochraneLaurent Antonczak
Abstract . . PDF (4478 KB) . PDF with links(4480 KB)  3

Integrating mLearning Language Application into University Course Content

Olga VibergÅke Grönlund
Abstract . . PDF (204 KB) . PDF with links(188 KB)  4

An ecology of mobile screens: iPads meet XOs in a desert school

Mark PegrumGrace OakleyJan ClarkeJim Sligar
Abstract . . PDF (203 KB) . PDF with links(205 KB)  5

Mobilogue – A Tool for Creating and Conducting Mobile Supported Field Trips

Adam Giemza
Abstract . . PDF (4202 KB) . PDF with links(960 KB)  6

Large Scale Deployment of Tablet Computers in High Schools in Brazil

Giovanni FariasMohamed AllyClaudia Alexandra de Souza PintoFernando José Spanhol
Abstract . . PDF (134 KB) . PDF with links(135 KB)  7

Mobile Technology, Maths Education & 21C Learning

Brendan TangneyAibhín Bray
Abstract . . PDF (341 KB) . PDF with links(297 KB)  8

An Analysis of Socio-Technical Factors in Implementing Mobile Learning Solution at an Educational Institution: A Case Study of Mid-Tier MBA College in India

Varadarajan Sridharan
Abstract . . PDF (103 KB) . PDF with links(104 KB)  9

An Outlook on Future Mobile Learning in Saudi Arabia

Saleh Al-Shehri
Abstract . . PDF (134 KB) . PDF with links(135 KB)  10

Supporting Practitioners in Implementing Mobile Learning and Overcoming Ethical Concerns: A Scenario-Based Approach

Trish Andrews
Abstract . . PDF (168 KB) . PDF with links(172 KB)  11

About the Contextualization of Learning Objects in Mobile Learning Settings

Jalisa SotsenkoMarc JansenMarcelo Milrad
Abstract . . PDF (295 KB) . PDF with links(296 KB)  



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AnswerPro: Designing to Motivate Interaction
Balsam Al Sugair
Abstract . . PDF (346 KB) . PDF with links(222 KB)  13
Creating coherent incidental learning journeys on mobile devices through feedback and progress indicators
Mark GavedAgnes Kukulska-HulmeAnn JonesEileen ScanlonIan DunwellPetros LamerasOula Akiki
Abstract . . PDF (120 KB) . PDF with links(122 KB)  14
Mobile learning through indigenous languages: learning through a constructivist approach
Mmaki JantjiesMike Joy
Abstract . . PDF (408 KB) . PDF with links(410 KB)  15
Academic Achievement in BYOD Classrooms
Dean CristolBelinda Gimbert
Abstract . . PDF (342 KB) . PDF with links(343 KB)  16
Key Challenges Associated with Bringing Personal Mobile Devices to the Classroom
Ieda M. Santos
Abstract . . PDF (151 KB) . PDF with links(156 KB)  17
Integrating Interactive Videos in Mobile Learning Scenarios
Dan Kohen-Vacs
Abstract . . PDF (673 KB) . PDF with links(249 KB)  18
Ubiquitous Computing in Education: A SWOT Analysis by Students and Teachers
Edgar Napoleon AsiimweSana Zubair Khan
Abstract . . PDF (277 KB) . PDF with links(284 KB)  19
Usability issues in mobile learning: Students’ perceptions in Pakistani universities
Umera ImtinanVanessa ChangTomayess Issa
Abstract . . PDF (99 KB) . PDF with links(102 KB)  20
Improving student literacy in adult education through an immediate feedback tool
Martie GeertsemaChris Campbell
Abstract . . PDF (120 KB) . PDF with links(123 KB)  21
A HTML5 Based English Learning System for Learning English on Mobile Devices
Firouz B. Anaraki
Abstract . . PDF (591 KB) . PDF with links(586 KB)  MOBILE LEARNING PRACTICES - LESSONS LEARNED22
Using mobile technologies to promote learning and youth employment: a partnership approach
Chamseddine Ouerdiane
Abstract . . PDF (115 KB) . PDF with links(115 KB)  23
Challenges against the successes of mLearn in Bangladesh
Shahanaj Parvin
Abstract . . PDF (172 KB) . PDF with links(173 KB)  24
M-learn lessons learnt: Bangladesh perspective
Zaki Imam
Abstract . . PDF (151 KB) . PDF with links(151 KB)  25
Jam Today – Embedding BYOD into Classroom Practice
Agnieszka Palalas
Abstract . . PDF (240 KB) . PDF with links(241 KB)  26
An Interactive Mobile Learnign Method to Measure Students performance
David Parsons
Abstract . . PDF (519 KB) . PDF with links(471 KB)  27
The Dawn of Creation with Mobile Learning Technologies and Language Learning Pedagogy
Nicholas Yates
Abstract . . PDF (154 KB) . PDF with links(156 KB)  28
Augmented Reality, Multimodal Literacy and Mobile Technology: An Experiment in Teacher Engagement
Jan Clarke
Abstract . . PDF (582 KB) . PDF with links(582 KB)  29
Device Neutral Assignments for Mobile Learning in an English Language Classroom
Rasha Al-Okaily
Abstract . . PDF (126 KB) . PDF with links(127 KB)  30
Quality of sms-learning as a rapidly growing m-learning mode for foreign language learning
Majid FatahipourMahnaz Ghasemi Najm
Abstract . . PDF (131 KB) . PDF with links(133 KB)  31
Integrating Multimedia in ODL materials and Enhanced Access through Mobile Phones
Maria Augusti
Abstract . . PDF (30 KB) . PDF with links(31 KB)  32
Preparing Mobile Learning Strategy for Your Institution
Agnieszka Palalas
Abstract . . PDF (131 KB) . PDF with links(132 KB)  DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM33
System Architecture for Device and Content Independent Communication Including 3D Imaging
Razia SultanaAndreas ChristPatrick Meyrueis
Abstract . . PDF (234 KB) . PDF with links(173 KB)  34
Targeting FRAME: A new tool for mLearning design
Robert Power
Abstract . . PDF (208 KB) . PDF with links(207 KB)  35
Supporting Interaction in Learning Activities Using Mobile Devices in Higher Education
Wesam ShishahGail HopkinsElizabeth FitzGeraldColin Higgins
Abstract . . PDF (169 KB) . PDF with links(172 KB)  
Paula King, Ph.D.'s curator insight, October 29, 2013 7:40 AM

The 4th screen. 

Richard Whiteside's curator insight, October 30, 2013 6:29 AM

Relevant to ed tech in ELT as well.

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HBMeU launches virtual classroom via mobile devices

HBMeU launches virtual classroom via mobile devices | Mobile Learning in Higher Education | Scoop.it

In line with its efforts to support the Smart Government initiative that was launched earlier by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University (HBMeU) has launched the virtual classroom system via mobile devices for the first semester of the academic year 2013-2014. The new technology, which enables learners to access virtual classrooms from anywhere via a smartphone or tablet, reaffirms HBMeU’s focus on maximizing the flexibility of e-learning. The state-of-the-art technology has been generating excellent feedback from learners.

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