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LEED 2012, Podcast 2, The 'TOP' partner program and the benefits of being associated with it
This is our podcast 2 which focuses on the Olympic Partner program and the benefits of being associated with it.
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5/2/2017 1:46:04 PM
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Bullying: strategies for staying safe
Dr Hayley Davies (University of Leeds), Fiona Benjamin and Dave Austin (Families Feeling Safe Protective Behaviours Services) have jointly informed and produced this animated video, drawing on research findings from their respective research with children and Protective Behaviours work with children, young people, and families and professionals. This is one of a series of three animations. The animations reflect story-lines that children have discussed in research accounts of their families and they are intended for children, families and for professionals to use in their safeguarding work with children and families. If you would like further information about training in the use of the animations, or resources related to the animations, please contact Fiona Benjamin (fiona@familiesfeelingsafe.co.uk) or Dave Austin (dave@familiesfeelingsafe.co.uk) or visit their website: http://familiesfeelingsafe.co.uk If you would like information about the research that informed the animations, please contact Dr Hayley Davies on h.m.davies@leeds.ac.uk
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4/28/2017 8:21:14 AM
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Data Mining and Text Analytics Presentation
University of Leeds
11/30/2016 1:23:28 PM
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Desktop Capture Feedback
Antonio Martínez-Arboleda, Principal Teaching Fellow in Spanish at the University of Leeds, explains how he uses Mediasite Desktop Capture for the provision audio-visual feedback to his students and why he recommends it to other practitioners. He also offers some practical advice regarding quality assurance. Antonio’s method has been tried successfully with students in his Final Year module on Spanish in an Economics and Business Context, but can work well in any subject in HE, including any Sciences and Humanities disciplines. Audiovisual feedback is particularly suitable for written or video task that have been submitted electronically by students, either through a Virtual Learning Environment or by email, or in any other way. Similar methods, but with different tools, are being advocated by few institutions such as the University of Derby UK: https://www.derby.ac.uk/about/learning-enhancement/learning-teaching/assessment-feedback/feedback/audio-visual/ and have been tried at De Montfort University https://www.dmu.ac.uk/documents/about-dmu-documents/professional-services/academic-professional-development/conferences-and-events/hea-seminar-10-05-11/studentresponsestoavfeedback100511.pdf Research has been carried out on the effectiveness of this type of feedback in distance learning courses: Kathleen Mathieson (2012) Exploring Student Perceptions of Audiovisual Feedback via Screencasting in Online Courses, American Journal of Distance Education, 26:3, 143-156 Kirstie Edwards, Anne-Florence Dujardin, Noel Williams (2012) Screencast Feedback for Essays on a Distance Learning MA in Professional Communication, Journal of Academic Writing, Vol. 2 No. 1 Autumn 2012, 95–126 The work of Soden highlights some of the obstacles found in a UK research-intensive institution for the implementation of screencast feedback: Bill Soden (2017) The Case of Screencast Feedback: Barriers to the Use of Learning Technology, Innovative Practice in Higher Education, Vol.3 (1) April 2017 Extensive work has been done already on audio feedback (with no screen video capture): http://www.gre.ac.uk/it-and-library/panopto/guidance-for-lecturers/audio-visual-feedback JISC published a guide on feedback and digital media that may be also of interest: https://www.jisc.ac.uk/guides/using-digital-media-in-new-learning-models/media-enhanced-assessment-submission-and-feedback. If you would like to contact Antonio, please email him at sllama@leeds.ac.uk or tweet @Toni_M_Arboleda #audiovisualfeedback The Leeds Language Scholar will be publishing further work on Audiovisual Feedback. http://languagescholar.leeds.ac.uk/
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6/16/2017 12:09:45 PM
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Dragan Gasevic seminar_5/12/2016
University of Leeds
5/12/2016 11:57:02 AM
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Enduring Inequalities and New Agendas for Widening Participation in Higher Education: Student Access, Mobilities and 'Success'
On 27 July 2016, the University of Leeds hosted a one-day conference, bringing together practitioners, researchers and students to discuss current research and practice concerned with addressing inequalities in access and progression to Higher Education.
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9/7/2016 9:27:05 AM
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How can Tokyo learn from Rio's mistakes?
A 4 episode series produced by Joseph Vallone, Dominic Robson, Sydney Cramb and Bethan Owen.
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5/1/2018 4:44:58 PM
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LEED 2012, Podcast 1, The history of Commercialisation and sponsorship in the Olympic Games
This is Group B's first podcast in our series focusing on 'Ethical issues underlying the commercial sponsorship of the Olympic Games'. In this podcast we look at the history of commercialisation and sponsorship in the Olympic Games, looking closely at the events in Montreal and LA.
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5/2/2017 12:49:22 PM
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LEED 2012, Podcast 3, A comparison of two sponsors
In this podcast we compare two of the top Olympic sponsors, Samsung and McDonald's and argue as to which ones we believe may be more ethical than the other.
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5/2/2017 1:49:26 PM
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LEED 2012, Podcast 4, Can these sponsors ever be ethical?
In our last podcast we round up what has been said throughout the podcast series and attempt to argue just how ethical are these Olympic sponsors, using the ideas of our guest speaker Jim Parry.
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5/2/2017 1:52:20 PM
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LEED2012 Episode 1 - Performance Enhancing Drugs: Should they be Legalised?
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5/4/2016 10:40:20 PM
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LEED2012 Episode 1 - Performance enhancing drugs: should they be legalised?
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5/4/2016 9:14:57 PM
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LEED2012 Episode 2 - Performance Enhancing Drugs: Should they be Legalised?
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5/4/2016 10:06:24 PM
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LEED2012 Episode 2 - Performance Enhancing Drugs: Should they be Legalised?
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5/4/2016 9:38:41 PM
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LEED2012 Episode 3 - Performance Enhancing Drugs: Should they be Legalised?
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5/4/2016 10:19:15 PM
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LEED2012 Group E - Podcast 1
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5/2/2017 9:04:53 AM
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LEED2012 Group E - Podcast 2
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5/2/2017 9:11:44 AM
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LEED2012 Podcast 3 - The Impact of Swimsuit Technology on Olympic Swimming Performance
We will discuss the ban of the swimsuit in this episode. It includes controvertial arguments about the LZR racer and the interview with swimmer in University of Leeds.
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5/3/2016 1:35:22 PM
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LEED2012 Podcast 3 - The Impact of Swimsuit Technology on Olympic Swimming Performance
We will discuss the ban of the swimsuit in this episode, it includes controversial arguments about the LZR racer and an interview with a University of Leeds Swimming coach
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5/3/2016 1:57:59 PM
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LEED2012 Podcast 3 - The Impact of Swimsuit Technology on Olympic Swimming Performance
We will discuss the ban of the swimsuit in this episode. It includes controversial arguments about the LZR racer and an interview with a University of Leeds swimmer
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5/3/2016 1:52:50 PM
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LEED2012 podcast 3: Swimsuit Technology in the Olympic Games
Talking about the ban of swimsuits in the olympics, how this has impacted the olympics and an interview with a university swimming coach
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5/3/2016 2:35:20 PM
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LEED2012 Podcast: episode 1 - The History of Swimsuits in the Olympic Games
The history behind swimsuits, how swimsuits have changed over the years and how they have influenced performance
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4/26/2016 6:44:24 PM
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LEED2012, Is Commercialism Ruining Olympic Spirit? Podcast 2: A McDonalds Case Study
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5/2/2016 7:12:01 PM
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LEED2012: How can Tokyo learn from Rio's mistakes? (Episode 1)
This episode will provide a general overview of the podcast series. The main focus will be environmental sustainability issues that Rio encountered, including air and water pollution, recycling, and protecting reserves. An outline of the lessons that can be learnt from Rio and what Tokyo can do to minimise the environmental impacts of holding an Olympic games. The main hypothesis of this podcast will be whether Tokyo will be successful in minimising environmental damage. Information will be sourced from peer reviewed journals.
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5/1/2018 5:05:22 PM
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LEED2012: How can Tokyo learn from Rio's mistakes? (Episode 2)
The episode will detail the crime and safety issues that occurred at Rio 2016, mainly the threats of terrorism, the muggings and street violence. It will then explain how Tokyo will deal with such issues, on top of the additional challenges of natural disasters and threats from cyberspace. The hypothesis will conclude the podcast, which will suggest whether Tokyo will be successful in their strategies, or not, in preventing the aforementioned issues.
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5/1/2018 5:09:53 PM
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LEED2012: How can Tokyo learn from Rio's mistakes? (Episode 3)
This episode will highlight some planning and organisational issues that RIO encountered during the 2016 games. Followed by a summary of lessons that can be learnt from RIO and what Tokyo are doing to minimise additional organisational hiccups from happening in the next Olympics, an interview will also help with further understanding on some aspects of planning that go into the games . The main hypothesis of this podcast will be whether Tokyo will be successful in minimising planning and organisational hiccups.
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5/1/2018 5:13:03 PM
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LEED2012: How can Tokyo learn from Rio's mistakes? (Episode 4)
The focus of this episode is a report and a conclusion of the overall series. The hypothesis for this episode is: Will the addition of 5 sports in Tokyo 2020 bring about positive impact on the games.
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5/1/2018 5:25:47 PM
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LEEDS 2012, Is Commercialism Ruining the Olympics, Podcast 4: The Verdict
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5/4/2016 8:37:09 PM
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Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence fellow Bee Bond talks about her project so far.
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12/14/2016 2:31:04 PM
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LITE Masterclass: Gen. Y is so last millennium. Here comes Gen. Z by Professor Huxley-Binns
A short podcast introducing the Leeds Institute of Teaching Excellence Masterclass: Gen. Y is so last millennium. Here comes Gen. Z by Professor Rebecca Huxley-Binns. The challenges and opportunities universities face in how they engage with the next generation of students is the focus of this LITE Masterclass. Rebecca Huxley-Binns, who is professor of Legal Education and Vice-Provost, Academic Enhancement, at the University of Law, lead the seminar at the University of Leeds. Generation Z, as they have been coined, consist of those born in 1995 or later. A “Millennial”, or Generation Y, is a person reaching young adulthood around the year 2000. Professor Huxley-Binns says: "I am not convinced universities have adapted to the challenges and opportunities that teaching Gen. Y brought us, and even if we adapt now, it will be too late. Gen. Z are biting at Gen. Y’s heels to enter higher education (HE) and start their careers." So, what can we expect of Gen. Z? What expectations do Gen. Z’s have of HE and how are we going to adapt to the challenges of the future? Follow Professor Becky Huxley-Binns on Twitter - @BexHuxBinns
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5/14/2018 2:07:44 PM
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Make your mark at the University of Leeds
Professor Vivien Jones introduces the range of educational services available to students.
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7/26/2013 12:00:00 PM
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Peter H. May (CPDA, UFRRJ) - Progresso político de REDD + e suas relações com adaptação. (Portuguese language)
Workshop on forests, climate change mitigation and adaptation: Exploring evidence, synergies and governance, Friday 29th August 2014, at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro - Workshop opening by Monica Di Gregorio and Peter May - Presentation by Peter May sponsors: INCT/PPED; CPDA/UFRRJ; CIFOR; ECOECO; REDES, ESRC
Peter H May
10/28/2015 11:29:15 AM
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Professor Thomas Lickona on Faith and the Narnian Virtues Project
Professor Thomas Lickona, Director of the Center for the 4th and 5th Rs at the State University of New York at Cortland, and Co-Investigator of the Narnian Virtues project, discusses the relevance of the project to students and schools of faith.
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9/28/2015 8:21:05 AM
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Professor Thomas Lickona on the 'Narnian Virtues'
Professor Thomas Lickona, director of the Center for the 4th and 5th Rs at the State University of New York at Cortland, discusses what the 'Narnian Virtues' are and how they apply to the lives of young people. Professor Lickona is the co-investigator of a John Templeton Foundation-funded project on Narnian Virtues, investigated by Professor Mark Pike of the School of Education, University of Leeds.
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9/7/2015 9:15:43 AM
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Professor Thomas Lickona on the Narnian Virtues Curriculum Project
Professor Thomas Lickona of the State University of New York's Center for the 4th and 5th Rs, introduces the Narnian Virtues Character Education Curriculum Project. This John Templeton Foundation-funded project is being investigated at the University of Leeds' School of Education by Professor Mark Pike, in partnership with Professor Tom Lickona and Professor Leslie Francis at the University of Warwick.
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9/7/2015 8:52:54 AM
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Professor Tom Lickona on Virtues for 9-13 year olds
Professor Thomas Lickona of the State University of New York's Center for the 4th and 5th Rs (Respect and Responsibility) discusses virtues and character, and how they apply to the lives of 9 to 13 year olds. Professor Lickona is the co-investigator of a John Templeton Foundation-funded project into Narnian Virtues, ased at the University of Leeds, School of Education.
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9/7/2015 9:07:46 AM
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Professor Tom Lickona's invitation to the Narnian Virtues project
Professor Thomas Lickona of the State University of New York's Center for the 4th and 5th Rs extends his invitation to schools and educators around the world who may be interested in joining the Narnian Virtues Character Education Curriculum Project. Professor Lickona is, along with Professor Leslie Francis of the University of Warwick, a co-investigator of the John Templeton Foundation-funded Narnian Virtues project investigated by Professor Mark Pike of the University of Leeds' School of Education.
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9/7/2015 9:25:13 AM
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Professors Mark Pike and Thomas Lickona's Invitation to Faith Schools
Professors Mark Pike (Leeds) and Thomas Lickona (SUNY), Lead- and Co-Investigators of the Narnian Virtues project, invite the participation of Faith and Faith-ethos schools.
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9/30/2015 8:54:23 AM
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Studying In a Digital Age - The Learning Journey
This video introduces the learning journey for the University's 'Studying In A Digital Age' module.
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8/26/2015 1:11:14 PM
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11/27/2015 3:04:44 PM
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The Narnian Virtues Character Education Curriculum Project
A short presentation on the project materials provided to schools and pupils participating in the Narnian Virtues Character Education Curriculum project, presented by Professor Mark Pike, Head of the School of Education at University of Leeds, and the lead investigator of the John Templeton Foundation-funded Narnian Virtues project.
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8/14/2015 9:03:29 AM
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The Narnian Virtues Character Education Curriculum Project: Year 7 Interview
This short clip shows some of the participants from the Narnian Virtues pilot project sharing their feedback and thoughts. The pupils are Year 7s at Featherstone Academy, near Wakefield, West Yorkshire, and participated in the project in June and July 2015.
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8/14/2015 10:24:53 AM
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The Narnian Virtues Character Education Project: The Pilot Data
Dr Victoria Nesfield, Research Fellow in Character Education in the School of Education, talks about the data received from the Narnian Virtues pilot project. The project, funded by the John Templeton Foundation, involved 7 classes from 5 schools across Yorkshire and took place in June and July of 2015.
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8/14/2015 9:46:40 AM
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Tokyo 2020: Disaster in the making? Episode 1: 1964 Tokyo Games Looking Forward to 2020 Group A
This is an introductory episode for our podcast series looking at the Tokyo Olympic games in 1964 and 2020.
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4/30/2018 5:31:36 PM
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Tokyo 2020: Disaster in the making? Episode 3: Too hot in here? Group A
The third episode of our podcast series explores the problem of high heat and humidity that the Tokyo 2020 games may face.
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4/30/2018 7:28:56 PM
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Tokyo 2020: Disaster in the making? Episode 4: Legacy, will the games go on? Group A
The final episode of our podcast series looks at the potential legacy of Tokyo 2020 and reflects on the series.
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4/30/2018 7:51:24 PM
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UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF) at Leeds - Why not apply?
Rebecca Dearden is a Senior Academic Staff Development Officer in SDDU. She introduces the United Kingdom Professional Standards Framework which academic colleagues at the University of Leeds can apply for as part of career progression and CPD.
Rebecca Dearden, Senior Academic Staff Development Officer within SDDU
4/28/2015 12:03:41 PM
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University of Leeds: School of Education
Our students explain why they chose to study Education at the University of Leeds.
University of Leeds
8/15/2012 4:00:00 PM
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6/1/2016 4:55:11 PM
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5/31/2016 11:12:04 AM
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