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This webinar focuses on Web 2.0 tools that are readily available and easy to use to facilitate teaching and learning. The presenter provides tips and resource links for using these technology tools. She also discusses the practical implications of integrating the tools into a course or curriculum.

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Accreditation Success: Meeting the CCNE Standards with Nancy Kramer and Virginia Wangerin View Now

Successful accreditation starts with understanding the purpose for seeking accreditation recognition and then identifying the standards and outcomes to meet. This webinar will present the case for seeking and embracing the accreditation process and then present the accreditation standards of the

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Accreditation Success: Meeting the New NLNAC/ACEN Standards with Janet McMahon and Margie Washnok View Now

The webinar will provide techniques to prepare for a NLNAC/ACEN site visit utilizing the 2013 Criteria. The 2013 criteria and standards will be discussed. The webinar will include tips to write the self-study report, as well as ideas to prepare the documents for the visit based on the new criterion

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Accreditation Success: Steps to the Future with Janet McMahon and Margie Washnok View Now

The program accreditation process can be intimidating and anxiety-producing for administrators, faculty and students. Preparing for the accreditation process requires attention to detail and effective organization. This session will address areas of focus when preparing for the program

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Accreditation Success: Writing a Winning Self-Study with Nancy Kramer and Virginia Wangerin View Now

A successful accreditation visit starts well before the site visit team arrives on your campus. This webinar provides guidelines for planning and writing a self-study that provides the foundation for a positive response from the accrediting organization. Helpful strategies for identifying key

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Assessing and Promoting Students’ Clinical Performance with Kathie Lasater and Ann Nielsen View Now

How often have you second-guessed yourself when assessing a student’s clinical performance? Are you confident in your ability to provide appropriate feedback and assistance for students who are not developing at the expected rate? Assessment and documentation strategies, tools to promote

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Budget Bedspace and Beyond with Kim Leighton View Now

Dr. Kim Leighton, President of INACSL, explores common concerns raised by faculty and staff who facilitate learning in the skills laboratory. Problem solving is considered through the eyes of the dean or manager. Common concerns include supply management, the budget process, increasing lab use to

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Building Curriculum with a QSEN Framework with Virginia Wangerin and Ruth Hobson View Now

Curriculum development is a process that allows faculty opportunity to influence and own their curriculum. The webinar presenters will share the process used to develop a new curriculum from the mission statement through implementation and evaluation. Using Quality and Safety for Nurses (QSEN) in

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Certified Nurse EducatorCM Prep Course with Diane Billings Live: Apr 15, 2015 @ 9:00 am CT or View Now

This course is designed to examine the competencies for the Certified Nurse EducatorCM (CNE) examination. These competencies distinguish the excellence that is necessary for a nurse educator to obtain national recognition through certification. The specialized core knowledge, skills, and abilities

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During this presentation, the characteristics of the Net Generation of nursing students will be reviewed. The theory and practice supporting the use of audience response systems will be presented. Engagement theory will be examined and a correlation will be shown on how ARS engages students in

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Students need the experience of administering medications in the clinical setting. Faculty worry about how to provide a medication administration experience that maintains a safe environment, is realistic, meets NCLEX and program expected outcomes and can be effectively evaluated. Join us for this

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Clinical experience is a key component of a successful nursing education program. Planning that leads to a meaningful clinical experience provides students the opportunity to practice and learn critical skills, apply knowledge and demonstrate competence. Join us in this webinar to learn how to

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Clinical Grading Roundtable with Barbara Devitt, Victoria Kyarsgaard and Constance Miller View Now

The conversation focused on equitable evaluation of nursing student clinical performance is not new, but is increasingly significant for the changes occurring in nursing education. This roundtable will present a basis for nursing faculty to develop a process for clinical evaluation based on

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Preceptors are becoming increasingly important to undergraduate nursing programs as valued partners in the clinical setting. An effective preceptor can provide the nursing student valuable hands-on learning opportunities, build confidence in skills, and enhance competence in clinical thinking.

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Concept Maps in Nursing Education with Deanne Blach View Now

A concept map can be developed to foster the student’s ability to show relationships among the components of the nursing process and ultimately improve the ability of the student to critically think about the situation. This workshop will explore using concept maps to replace the traditional care

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Concept-Based Curriculum from the Ground Up, Part 1 with L. Jane Rosati, Susan Hendricks and Amy Hall View Now

This webinar will introduce participants to the rationale for use of conceptual teaching and learning, and will discuss the motivation for the movement toward a concept-based curriculum in nursing that is happening around the country. Participants will consider how to identify key concepts for the

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Concept-Based Curriculum from the Ground Up, Part 2 with L. Jane Rosati, Susan Hendricks and Amy Hall View Now

This webinar will build participant’s understanding of teaching in a concept-based curriculum, including innovative strategies for bringing conceptual learning into the clinical environment. Participants will discuss active learning techniques that are suited for conceptual teaching and learning.

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Deeper learning of content, transferring knowledge into a variety of contexts, and making connections are viable outcomes from concept-based teaching. This webinar will assist educators in crafting effective concept-based teaching strategies that maximize student learning. Using research evidence

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The webinar will enable learners to examine strategies that effectively link classroom concepts with applications to clinical learning. Closing the gap between classroom and clinical, theory and practice, will result in improved student outcomes. These outcomes include deeper learning, critical

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Debriefing in Simulation: Synthesis for Success with Sharon Decker, Cheryl Feken and Teresa Gore View Now

This workshop is designed to assist the educator in matching the type of simulation to the appropriate debriefing strategy. Emphasis will be placed on guided reflection and debriefing to optimize participant outcomes and learning. Strategies for faculty will include planning, student involvement,

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Directors and Chairs: Succeeding with Sanity with Gail Withers and Liane Connelly View Now

With frequent turnover and new programs starting, there are many new nurse administrators in nursing education programs. Nursing administration involves many responsibilities, including awareness of state and national nursing education regulations and best practices, budgeting, evaluation of

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The decision to dismiss a student is never an easy one, especially when that dismissal is based on student performance in a clinical practice-oriented setting, where there exists a certain degree of instructor subjectivity. Thus, students may challenge academic dismissal through grievance

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eBooks across the Curriculum with Tim Bristol View Now

Using eBooks can help improve the learning experience for all involved. For many students, they will gain skills to better manage lifelong learning and to contribute professionally in the information age. For others, using eBooks will help with affordability and portability. This webinar will

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Electronic Health Records: Teaching and Assessment with Toni Hebda and Melody Bethards View Now

This Webinar provides practical “how to” information on ways to integrate EHRs into nursing education as well as a review of expected QSEN/IOM/TIGER competencies, shared experiences and insights, and a short review of pertinent literature findings.

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Ethics: Emphasis Across the Curriculum with Connie Ulrich View Now

Nurses are key to quality care within the health care system, yet they continue to struggle with the daily challenges of providing beneficent care to their patients. It is not uncommon for nurses to feel disenfranchised and powerless when they perceive unresolved suffering and distress on a daily

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Since the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Institute of Medicine released “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health” in February 2011, nurse leaders in education, practice and regulation have explored how the report’s eight recommendations can be addressed throughout the

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Grading Papers and Care Plans – Fast and Effective Feedback with Virginia Wangerin and Michael Hutton View Now

Grading essays, papers and care plans is an important skill for all faculty to master. Many of us are overwhelmed with workload, yet realize how crucial our comments can be to students. Faculty can provide quality feedback in a timely fashion that allows students to continually improve their

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Grant writing is extremely similar to "garment shopping" for a special event. To be successful in the quest of resources, one must have knowledge of the "want" before you choose the "store". One would not go to Best Buy for clothes or vice versa. This presentation will escort the grant writer,

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Hybrid Classrooms: Mix-Match-Magic with Tim Bristol View Now

Limitations on faculty time, classroom space, student access, resources, and clinical space all call for creativity and innovation in nursing education. The hybrid (blended) classrooms allow nursing programs to mix and match teaching strategies that best meet the needs of all involved. Capitalize

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Incivility - Panel Discussion and Exploration with Susan Luparell and Johnny Grainger View Now

Join us for this unique panel discussion. Guest hosts, Susan Luparell, PhD, ACNS-BC, CNE and Johnny Grainger, PhD(c), MA will lead this informal conversation as we explore the strategies discussed in "Incivility – A 5 step approach to prevention and reconciliation" and hear about direct

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Informatics Across the Curriculum with Tim Bristol View Now

Safety is essential in all areas of healthcare. As we consider informatics in nursing education, faculty must understand how to integrate informatics competencies. The goal will be to make technology invisible while making clinical reasoning paramount. Whether using the electronic health record in

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Interactive Testing Technologies with Tim Bristol View Now

Whether you use paper or online exams, this webinar is for you. From NCLEX® to the weekly quiz, technology in testing can help prepare students and assess for higher order thinking. We will explore low-tech and high-tech options to help engage students and prepare them for high stakes exams. We

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Item Analysis Made Easy with Tim Bristol, Karin Sherrill and Virginia Wangerin View Now

Making decisions about items after giving an exam can get emotional. One could follow the numbers, listen to the learners, or both in order to make the best decisions. We'll discuss the content validity and item analysis so that you can develop practices that work, as well as possible policies for

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Is creativity difficult for you? Do you gaze at your students during class and wonder when their eyelids will completely close? Do you long to have more "fun" during those long lectures? The presenter will share various teaching strategies she has utilized in class that are easy to implement,

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This webinar explores evidence-based nursing education and questions the extent of “evidence” available to guide educational practices in nursing. Studies are reviewed in selected areas of nursing education with implications for your teaching. Direct application of the evidence will be reviewed

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Managing Clinical Placements with Jackie O’Connell and Amy Pettigrew View Now

Bring order to the often chaotic process of nursing student clinical placement. In this webinar, participants will gain insights from two veteran nurse educators as they describe their challenges and successes managing the highly competitive clinical placement environment. Participants will also

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Mentoring Adjuncts and New Clinical Faculty with Darlene Del Prato and Kathie Lasater Live: Feb 11, 2015 @ 2:00 pm CT

Adjunct and new clinical faculty often come to nursing education as expert practitioners with a strong value for student learning. Because of their clinical expertise, full-time administrators and faculty may assume they are fully prepared to teach. It is critical that adjunct and new clinical

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Mentoring New Faculty with Gail Withers and Liane Connelly View Now

The nursing faculty shortage has created a cyclic effect: The shortage of nurses had led to insufficient nursing faculty numbers to educate future nurses which results in fewer nurses being added into the nursing workforce. Enticing nurses into the nurse educator role through effective nurse

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In this webinar educators will learn to enhance realism in simulated nursing scenarios while promoting best practice techniques. The use of medical moulage assists the learner in "bridging the gap" between simulated training exercises and real life events. Moulage techniques creating life-like,

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NCLEX® Across the Curriculum Part 1 with Tim Bristol View Now

Adult learning necessitates that we help students understand why they are learning the concepts and content we offer. The NCLEX is very relevant to the undergraduate pre-licensure nursing student as they know that this test is the gateway to their future. For this reason, faculty can capitalize on

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NCLEX® Across the Curriculum Part 2 with Tim Bristol View Now

As we continue to explore the NCLEX Test Plan, emphasis will be placed on Psychosocial Integrity and Physiological Integrity to include Basic Care and Pharmacology. Teaching students to prioritize nursing care throughout the patient care experience will be a key theme as we consider these client

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NCLEX® Update with Tim Bristol View Now

Clinical reasoning requires practice in realistic learning environments. Using the NCLEX Test Plan as a guide will help faculty infuse clinical reasoning into every lecture, lab, and clinical. This seminar will give faculty an easy-to-use approach to accessing and integrating the client needs.

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This webinar will address the health of nurses in the United States. The speaker will discuss the interventions used in her research. She will also discuss implications for health care administrators and nurses to positively affect the health of those whose lives we touch, including our families,

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Today’s healthcare environment demands nurses with current knowledge of evidence-based practice and the research process. Teaching research across the academic spectrum is a challenge for nurse educators. This seminar will provide nurse educators with much-needed information about stimulating

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Promoting Academic Integrity with Tim Bristol View Now

Whether its exams, papers, or projects, cheating can bring down an entire class. Because faculty must deter cheating, they often limit their creativity in education. This webinar will help faculty understand simple principles of preventing cheating. An emphasis will be placed on how to easily

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Simulation - Grading and Remediation with Karin Sherrill View Now

Simulation has advanced from a simple learning tool to an effective way of performing detailed evaluations. Using simulation for grading and remediation is the perfect way to move your program to the next level of clinical expertise with specific student (and program) outcome measures.

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Simulation Today! A Round Table Discussion with Jocelyn Nelms, Ruth Brooks, Janine Hinton and Tim Bristol View Now

The use of simulation in nursing education is expanding each year. In addition to learning the mechanics of how to work the simulation equipment, educators are faced with the difficulties of integrating simulation into their curriculum, using simulation for clinical remediation and

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As nursing looks to the future, the pathway to higher education necessitates partnerships on multiple levels. This seminar presents an exemplar relationship between one of the largest community college systems in America with three baccalaureate nursing programs. Through simultaneous enrollment,

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Succeeding as a Nurse Educator with Diane Billings View Now

This webinar provides tips for succeeding as a nurse educator. The presenter will discuss how to survive the first years of an academic appointment, how to balance expectations for teaching, service and scholarship, and how to take the next steps in developing a career as a nurse educator.

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Successfully Integrating Standardized Tests with Joan Becker Live: Jan 13, 2015 @ 2:00 pm CT

This webinar provides tips for successful integration of standardized tests into your curriculum. Participants will learn step-by-step instruction on how to make a seamless transition into standardized testing. We will discuss how to set your benchmarks for the use of the exams and how to reduce

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A well-planned and executed systematic plan of evaluation (SPE) is critical to program success and, especially, successful accreditation. Dr. Fields will share the template she and a colleague developed to guide programs in developing and implementing a SPE that meets Accreditation Commission for

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Teaching IOM Across the Curriculum with Anita Finkelman View Now

There is increasing information to support the need for improving nursing education. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) reports on quality care emphasize the incorporation of five healthcare core competencies in all healthcare professions education, and the IOM report Future of Nursing indicates the

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Test Blueprints: A Formula for Success with Tim Bristol, Karin Sherrill and Virginia Wangerin View Now

Writing test items based on the number of hours of lectures is not the logical approach to developing a test. Using a test blueprint, based on concepts taught, will enable you to create a balanced test which is fair to learners. By identifying key concepts to test, it is easy to develop multiple

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Test Item Writing: From Knowledge to Analysis with Tim Bristol, Karin Sherrill and Virginia Wangerin View Now

Do you cringe when you have to write test items? How do you identify the nursing content that is important to test? How do you construct questions that evaluate critical nursing knowledge and skills? This online workshop will provide practical, usable information to get you started on test item

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The ABCs of Conceptual-Based Learning: Panel Discussion Part 1 of 2 with L. Jane Rosati, Amy Hall and Linda Miles View Now

Everyone is talking about concept-based learning; find out what all the excitement is about! Join the panel of presenters for this webinar and learn why more nurse educators are embracing concept-based learning every day. Learn how to develop a curriculum that guides students in learning the most

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The ABCs of Conceptual-Based Learning: Panel Discussion Part 2 of 2 with Linda Miles, Amy Hall and L. Jane Rosati View Now

You’ve written a concept-based curriculum, now learn how to make it come alive! 
This webinar will focus on the transition from a traditional curriculum design to a concept-based design. The presenters will discuss strategies for preparing students, faculty, and community partners. Learn

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The Clinical QSEN Connection: Where the Rubber Meets the Road with Tim Bristol, Mary Dolansky and JoAnn Mulready-Shick View Now

Teaching clinical is an essential opportunity for nursing faculty to bring professional competencies to life. Using the Quality & Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) competencies ensures that the nursing student will better understand their role in bringing all the pieces of the healthcare puzzle

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Today's learners are consumers of media of all kinds, including television and the internet. They aren't afraid to "channel surf,” missing critical content and skill development, just as they do with the media. There learning styles are changing, and we need to adapt to that trend to thrive as

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On March 13, 2015, NurseTim will be taking a team of nurses, students, faculty, and any others interested in impacting the global community to Haiti. In previous trips, the team has helped over two hundred people, not only in healthcare and nursing, but also in community development and many other

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On March 13, 2015, NurseTim will be taking a team of nurses, students, faculty, and any others interested in impacting the global community to Haiti. In previous trips, the team has helped over two hundred people, not only in healthcare and nursing, but also in community development and many other

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Utilizing technology requires the ability to manage data on the go. Nurses need to be able to quickly make evidence-based decisions efficiently. Including handheld technology in the nursing curriculum can assist students in mastering these concepts. Will your students be comfortable with mobile

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Moving from High Stakes Testing to reliable and valid assessments can improve your faculty practice, student success and overall curricular efficacy. This webinar will guide faculty in using the results of nationally normed exams to strengthen the curriculum and guide student remediation, resulting

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The complexity of clinical reasoning necessitates the use of variety in the nurse educator's lesson plan. Using media can help students better understand key concepts as they study. Developing media deliverables can also help learners engage the content from multiple angles. By implementing simple

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As we consider the importance of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are key competencies of nurses in today’s healthcare industry, we realize that our learning environments must adjust. In this session we will explore tools that can be easily implemented and managed to assist in this

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Writing for publication is essential to share your innovations with other nurse educators and build your career as a scholar. Join us in this webinar to learn the basics of writing for publication in nursing. We will discuss the steps in preparing a manuscript, beginning with how to select an

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Upcoming Events

Elsevier Faculty Development Conference

Jan 3-6, 2015 in Scottsdale, AZ
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Conceptual Learning & the Flipped Classroom - Ready, Set, Go

Jan 16, 2015 in Springfield, MO
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Concept-Based Learning Institute

Feb 7-8, 2015 in Orlando, FL
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Test Item Writing - AACN BSN

Nov 20-22, 2014 in Baltimore, MD
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N-OADN: Gateway to Nursing Excellence

Nov 14-16, 2014 in St. Louis, MO
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Flipping the Classroom

Sep 12, 2014 in Dallas, TX
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