Resolution on Foreign Language Study in the CSU
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CSU Bakersfield ~ Teresa Fernandez-Ulloa & Anthony Nuño, http://www.csub.edu/ModLang/
CSU Channel Islands ~ Stephen Clark (chair) & Antonio Jiménez Jiménez
CSU Chico ~ Patricia Black (chair) & Antonio Arreguin Bermudez, http://www.csuchico.edu/flng/
CSU East Bay ~ Monique Manopoulos (chair) & Marcelo Paz, http://isis.csuhayward.edu/dbsw/modernlanguages/Home_Page.php
CSU Fresno ~ Saúl Jiménez-Sandoval (chair) & Rosemarie Kuhn, http://www.csufresno.edu/mcll
CSU Fullerton ~ Reyes Fidalgo (chair) & Sandra Pérez-Linggi, http://hss.fullerton.edu/mll/
Humboldt State University ~ Matthew Dean & Joseph Diémé, http://www.humboldt.edu/%7Ewlc/
CSU Long Beach ~ Markus Muller (chair) & Kiyomi Chinen, http://www.csulb.edu/depts/rgrll/
CSU Los Angeles ~ Maria Costa (chair) & Gretchen Angelo
Maritime Academy ~ Robert Manheimer, http://www.csum.edu/gms/
CSU Monterey Bay ~ Yoshiko Saito-Abbott (chair) and Donaldo Urioste, http://csumb.edu/academic/descriptions/wlc.html
CSU Northridge ~ Brian Castronovo (chair) & Elías Ramos, http://www.csun.edu/~fl51594/
Cal Poly Pomona ~ Isabel Bustamante-Lopez (chair) & Amalia Llombart, http://www.class.csupomona.edu/efl/
CSU Sacramento ~ Bernice Bass de Martínez (chair) & María Mayberry, http://www.csus.edu/fl/
CSU San Bernardino ~ Rafael Correa (chair) & Elizabeth Martin, http://flan.csusb.edu/
San Diego State University ~ Anne Donadey (European Studies) & Alda Blanco (Spanish), http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/%7eeuro/es.html (European Studies), http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/dept/linguist/index.html (Linguists) and http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/dept/spanish/index.htm (Spanish). Also: LARC, http://larc.sdsu.edu/ (Director Mary Ann Lyman-Hager) + past president, Edith Benkov
San Francisco State University ~ Paola Cortes-Rocca (chair) & Chris Concolino, http://www.sfsu.edu/~foreign/
San Jose State ~ Damian Bacich (chair) & Jean-Luc Desalvo, http://www2.sjsu.edu/foreignlanguage/foreign_lang.html
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo ~ John Thompson (interim chair) & Kevin Fagan, http://cla.calpoly.edu/mll/
CSU San Marcos ~ Michael Hughes (chair) & Marion Geiger, http://www.csusm.edu/languages/
Sonoma State University ~ Christine Renaudin (chair) & Parissa Tadrissi, http://www.sonoma.edu/modlang (note: Suzanne Toczyski, Sonoma, is FLC Secretary-Treasurer, non-voting).
CSU Stanislaus ~ Jason Winfree (chair) & Manuel Murrieta Saldívar, http://www.csustan.edu/Admin_Services/Catalog/Degrees-n-Majors/Arts-Letters-n-Sciences/Departments/Modern-Languages/index.html
Article I: Name
The name of this organization shall be "The Foreign Language Council of the California State University."
Article II: Purpose
The purpose of this organization is to encourage the advancement and effective teaching of Foreign Languages in the CSU and the State of California.
Article III: Nature of Organization
The Foreign Language Council is an independent professional organization of professors of foreign languages in the CSU. To insure participation in foreign languages matters in California and the nation, the Council is affiliated with the California Language Teachers Association (CLTA) and the Association of Departments of Foreign Languages (ADFL).
Article IV: Voting Membership
1. Voting membership on the Foreign Language Council shall be made up of no more than two (2) full-time faculty members from each campus, one of whom shall be a Department Chair or Coordinator of his/her designated replacement. The second representative shall be nominated and elected by faculty members who teach foreign languages. If a representative cannot attend a meeting, the campus may send an alternate.
Article V: Officers of the Foreign Language Council
1. The officers of the Foreign Language Council shall be:President
Article VI: Recall of Officers
1. If an officer does not carry out his/her duties, and by such neglect places the work of the Council in jeopardy, he/she shall be notified by the Executive Committee about the initiation of the recall process.
Article VII: Operation of the Council
1. The Executive Committee of the Council shall be composed of the five elected officers, plus the (non-voting) immediate past president. The Executive Committee shall set the agenda for meetings, manage the budget and conduct the affairs of the organization.
Article VIII Fiscal Affairs
1. Changes in the amount of the annual dues shall be proposed by the Executive Committee and voted on by the Council at the fall or spring meeting. The annual dues for the Council shall be by campus. Dues shall be collected by the Secretary/Treasurer.
Article IX: Amendments to the Constitution
1. Amendments to this Constitution may be proposed at any meeting or by written petition to the Executive Committee by at least 25% of the membership.
Article X: Representation from the Chancellor's Office and the Academic Senate of the CSU
The Foreign Language Council may invite to Council meetings, the Chancellor of the CSU and the Chairman of the Academic Senate of the CSU, or their designated representatives, to serve as ex-officio, non-voting members.
This Constitution was ratified by the voting membership of the Foreign Language Council at its April 24, 1987 meeting in Los Angeles, California
It was amended on October 23, 1998.
October 3, 2008
WHEREAS all freshmen must have completed at least two years of high school foreign language study or its equivalent to enter the CSU; and
WHEREAS transfer students may not have met the minimum freshman requirements and are therefore disadvantaged; and
WHEREAS two years of high school foreign language study is generally considered to be the equivalent of one year of college work; and
WHEREAS the notion of "value added" by the Bachelors degree assumes that students build on previously acquired skills; and
WHEREAS the Access to Excellence statement of the CSU includes as an indicator of excellence "an increase from entry to graduation in the extent to which CSU students gain and improve global understanding and foreign language skills so they can compete in the global economy and participate in a global society;”
Therefore, be it
RESOLVED that the Foreign Language Council urge the Chancellor's Office to require that all students earning a Bachelors degree from the CSU have coursework in a foreign language that exceeds the freshman entrance requirement so that they may truly have a "value added" experience;
And be it further resolved that this resolution be distributed to the Provosts in all twenty-three universities in the CSU system.
October 3, 2008
WHEREAS we, The California State University Foreign Language Council, believe that contact hours correlate with language acquisition and the amount of material one can cover in a semester, and
WHEREAS articulation agreements between California Community Colleges and the CSU system (Lower Division Transfer Pattern (LDTP)) require that transfer language classes meet minimum requirements of 4 semester units per course, and
WHEREAS the CSU Academic Senate has passed a resolution to assist with articulation between CSU campuses that utilizes LDTP course descriptors for CSU to CSU transfers and these protocols call for second-year Spanish courses to be a minimum of 4 units each, (www.calstate.edu/AcadAff/ldtp/docs/SPAN_130_Intermediate_Spanish_I.pdf)
WHEREAS we believe intra-CSU transfer students should not have to repeat a lower division language course taken at another CSU before advancing to upper division courses at a different campus, and
WHEREAS we believe that study abroad in universities and colleges is an extremely valuable experience for our students and generally assumes a certain number of units of coursework in the target language, and
WHEREAS most commercially published textbooks assume 4 or 5 hours a week of contact time for a full year to complete a course,
Therefore, be it
RESOLVED that The California State University Foreign Language Council recommend that first-year language courses meet a minimum of four hours per week. This recommendation will not necessarily apply to heritage speaker classes and conversation classes.
April 16, 2004
WHEREAS, the California State University is dedicated to the serving the needs of the community and its diverse populations, and
WHEREAS, the population of California, with its ties to communities and countries throughout the world, is in a key position to foster cultural understanding and political and economic connections, and
WHEREAS, linguistic diversity is a key element in understanding the many cultures in California and the world, and
WHEREAS, the diversity of language offerings is threatened in many of our schools and universities, and an October 2003 report by the National Association of State Boards of Education warns that foreign language programs risk becoming a "lost curriculum," and
WHEREAS, the current situation in the world exemplifies the danger that arises when cultures are unable to communicate with and understand each other, and
WHEREAS, it is not always easy to predict which languages will be economically or geopolitically important to our nation in the future, and
WHEREAS, developing proficiency in the language and culture of a country requires many years of study,
Therefore, be it
RESOLVED that The California State University Foreign Language Council declare the diversity of language offerings in university departments to be a crucial aspect of the mission of the California State University, and be it further
RESOLVED that the Council enjoin its member departments to maintain diversity of language offerings with financial and programmatic support, and be it further
RESOLVED that the Council vehemently oppose any attempt to eliminate programs on the basis of temporary budgetary problems, misconceptions about the nature of linguistic and cultural study in our departments, or unwillingness to support the necessary diversity of our programs, and be it further
RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be sent to Charles Reed, Chancellor of the California State University, as well as the Academic Vice Presidents and Deans of the appropriate colleges at all twenty-three California State University campuses.
April 16, 2004
The current budget crisis in the state of California has been used on some campuses as a justification for raising course enrollment limits in various disciplines. The CSU Foreign Language Council, mindful of the Supplemental Budget Language that directs campuses to spare instruction wherever possible, strongly opposes any outside pressure on departments to raise enrollments.
Modern language pedagogy stresses the communicative approach, wherein students spend the vast majority of classtime conversing on topics relevant to their interests and skill levels. The linguistic elements and cultural input that form the basis of this communication are thus practiced and internalized under the supervision and with the guidance and corrections of the instructor.
Students in communicative language classes often work in pairs or groups, which makes the instructor's interaction with individual students even more crucial. The instructor's responsibilities in this mode of instruction include correct modeling of the linguistic elements being practiced as well as individual and group correction. Furthermore, instructors must work with students to develop critical thinking skills necessary to interpret cultural values and institutions. An excessive number of students in the class seriously diminishes each student's learning experience.
The longstanding benchmark enrollments for our courses reflect sound pedagogical practices that produce the desired learning outcomes. These benchmarks cannot be set aside without proper consultation, and must be modified only with the input of the faculty who best know their own discipline and the pedagogical expectations to which they are held.
Although we acknowledge the difficult budgetary situation, the need for cost-cutting cannot be allowed to undermine the quality of instruction. Increasing course enrollments in language courses is not merely an additional burden for the teacher; far more importantly, it prevents the students from experiencing sufficient meaningful practice in the language and results in a dangerous shift in the nature of the learning experience.
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH College of Liberal Arts Romance, German, Russian Languages & Literatures LOTE – Single Subject Credential Program Position: Part-Time Lecturer Effective Date: August 19, 2013 – December 24, 2013 (Fall semester) January 21, 2014 – May 23, 2014 (Spring semester) Salary Range: Commensurate with qualifications and experience Minimum Qualifications Appropriate terminal degree in a discipline represented among the languages and departments of the LOTE program (French, German, Italian, Spanish) Evidence of expertise, successful experience, and currency in K-16 teaching of languages other than English (LOTE), including curriculum development, instruction and assessment Demonstrated potential for effective teaching at the university level appropriate to the assignment Commitment to and/or expertise in educating an ethnically and culturally diverse student population Minimum of 3 years of K-12 teaching experience or equivalent Currently or previously held clear single subject credential or equivalent in the subject area Desired/Preferred Qualifications PhD (ABD) in a discipline represented among the languages of the LOTE program Experience with baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate teacher preparation in languages other than English, including currency in teacher preparation theory, research, and practice Ability to lead to lead a LOTE program comprised of several languages housed in different departments Demonstrated experience with current online systems (BlackBoard, D2L, Online student management systems, etc.) and teaching in hybrid format Duties 6 units for the following duties: Assume a wide range of responsibilities associated with leading the LOTE program, including: coordinate the LOTE program (6 languages); represent the LOTE program in the Single Subject Credential program; serve as main liaison and point person with the CCTC; serve as the principal adviser to LOTE program students; coordinate scheduling and assignment of instructors in LOTE program courses; place students teachers; develop and maintain links between the LOTE program and the K-12 language teaching community; coordinate application and admissions review of subject matter competency requests; identify school sites for early field work and student teaching; Possibly teach 3 units of an introductory and subject-specific methods course in LOTE The Department of Romance, German, Russian Languages & Literatures at California State University, Long Beach is committed to building a more diverse faculty, staff, and student body as it responds to the changing population and educational needs of California and the nation. We seek applicants and nominations from those who have experience teaching, mentoring, and developing research in ways that effectively address individuals from historically underrepresented backgrounds. California State University, Long Beach is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Required Documentation Letter of application indicating the specialized area(s) Resume or curriculum vitae, including a current email address Three current letters of recommendation (within the last 3 years, at least two of which must be from an off-campus reference) Copy of transcript from institution awarding highest degree Finalist will be required to submit signed SC-1 form and official transcript Application Deadline Position open until filled (or recruitment cancelled); Review of applications begins on July 26, 2013 Application, required documentation, and/or request for information should be addressed to: Dr. Markus Muller, Chair Dept. of RGRLL AS-309 California State University, Long Beach 1250 Bellflower Blvd. MS 2009 Long Beach, CA 90840-2009 562/985-2670 or 562/985-4318 firstname.lastname@example.org CSULB is committed to creating a community in which a diverse population can learn, live, and work in an atmosphere of tolerance, civility and respect for the rights and sensibilities of each individual, without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, sex, gender identification, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, medical condition, age, political affiliation, Vietnam era veteran status, or any other veteran's status. CSULB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH College of Liberal Arts Department of Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures Tenure Track Position Opening Recruitment #: 2102 Position: Assistant Professor of Spanish with a Specialization in 19th - and 20th- Century Peninsular Literature Effective Date: August 18, 2014 (Fall semester) Salary Range: Commensurate with qualifications and experience Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. in Spanish or related field or official notification of completion of the doctoral degree by August 1, 2014. Native or near-native fluency in Spanish and English Research and publication record commensurate with rank Commitment to and/or expertise in educating a diverse student population Desired/Preferred Qualifications: Specialization in 19th- and 20th-Century Peninsular literature and culture or related field Experience or strong commitment to working in a foreign language department serving M.A. students, majors and minors in several languages Experience teaching Spanish language, literature, and culture courses at the graduate (M.A.) and undergraduate levels Publications in area of desired specialization or related field Experience and interest in the use of technology and the development of hybrid or online courses Background or experience in translation and/or multilingualism studies Ability to teach another language offered by the department Duties: Teach courses appropriate to disciplinary expertise and to the specific academic assignment: language and survey courses at the upper-division level; develop and teach courses in the area of specialization for the B.A. and the M.A. programs; Maintain an active research program and profile; Undertake grant writing and development projects that promote the departmental mission; Collaborate in assessment planning and implementation; Advance the department’s educational and research mission through curricular initiatives; Collaborate with coordinator of the teacher credential program (Single Subject Program in Languages Other Than English); Enhance departmental profile throughout the University and the Long Beach community; Provide service to department, college, university and community committees as appropriate. The Department of Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures at California State University, Long Beach is committed to building a more diverse faculty, staff, and student body as it responds to the changing population and educational needs of California and the nation. We seek applicants and nominations from those who have experience teaching, mentoring, and developing research in ways that effectively address individuals from historically underrepresented backgrounds. California State University, Long Beach is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Required Documentation: Letter of application addressing the minimum and desired/preferred qualifications, Curriculum Vitae (including current email address and phone numbers), copy of transcript from institution awarding highest degree, and list of three to five current letters of recommendation. Finalists will also be required to submit a signed SC-1 form, three to five letters of recommendation (if not already submitted) and an official transcript. Evidence of successful teaching (such as teaching evaluations or portfolio); Sample publication. Applications and required documentation should be submitted through: AcademicJobsOnline (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/3302) Requests for information should be addressed to: Cerise Dragicevich, Administrative Support Coordinator California State University Long Beach Department of Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures 1250 Bellflower Boulevard, Long Beach, CA 90840-2009 Cerise.email@example.com (562) 985-4318 APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review of applications to begin November 15, 2013 Position opened until filled (or recruitment canceled) CSULB is committed to creating a community in which a diverse population can learn, live, and work in an atmosphere of tolerance, civility and respect for the rights and sensibilities of each individual, without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, sex, gender identification, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, medical condition, age, political affiliation, Vietnam era veteran status, or any other veteran's status. CSULB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
California State University, Fresno College of Arts and Humanities Modern and Classical Languages Vacancy # 12119 http://artshum.csufresno.edu/ Mexican Literature Assistant Professor California State University, Fresno is an engaged University, we focus on broadening students' intellectual horizons, fostering lifelong learning skills, developing the leaders of tomorrow, promoting community involvement, and instilling an appreciation of world cultures. We nurture cultural competence by celebrating the rich diversity of the campus community and welcoming the participation of all. Available for Academic Year: 2014/2015. Fresno State has been recognized as an Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI); an Asian American/Native American/Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI); and has been designated to the Community Engagement Classification by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Faculty members gain a clear path to tenure through the University's Probationary Plan Process. Salary placement depends upon academic preparation and professional experience. Instructional Level: Undergraduate and Graduate Position Summary:The successful candidate will be expected to teach upper-division and graduate courses in Mexican literature and culture. All courses will be taught in Spanish. Courses may also include Advanced Conversation, Advanced Composition, Advanced Grammar, survey literature courses, Spanish-American literature, and colonial literature, and the course load is four courses per semester. The candidate will also be expected to develop and enhance appropriate curricular offerings, supervise and assist student research, and maintain a productive research agenda, including peer-reviewed publications, presentations, and other professional activities. Other faculty responsibilities include: serving on department, college, and university committees, engaging in community service and outreach, advising students, and interacting with faculty and students in related fields. This position is part of a University-wide cohort hiring initiative in the area of Multiculturalism in the U.S., and as such, there are unique opportunities to pursue integrative research efforts, collaborative projects, and shared program/course developments within this cohort. Outcomes assessment and service learning are important components of the university curriculum. The successful candidate will be expected to work cooperatively with faculty and staff in the program, department, and college. Overview:The Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures offers bachelor's degrees in French and Spanish and a master's degree in Spanish. In addition, the Department offers credential programs in French and Spanish and also several minors: Classical Studies, French, German, and Spanish. We reach a wider population of University students through our General Education course offerings. The goal of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures is to encourage multiculturalism and multilingualism in the Central Valley. This includes preparing students for communication in some of the important heritage languages of the San Joaquín Valley: Spanish, French, and Portuguese. The Master of Arts degree program in Spanish offers to its many students the opportunity to study with faculty who are active researchers with ambitious publishing and academic agendas. Taken as a whole, the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures is a collegial, dynamic and academically rich environment that makes substantial contributions to the University and California's Central Valley. Faculty Responsibilities:As educators, scholars, colleagues and community members faculty have a responsibility to uphold the standards and ethics called upon by the profession. Regular responsibilities include research, publication, and other scholarly activities, as well as advising students and engaging in service at all levels of the university. Required Education:An earned doctorate from an accredited institution or international equivalent in Spanish or a closely-related discipline such as Comparative Literature, Hispanic Studies, Trans-Atlantic Studies, etc. is preferred. Candidates nearing completion of the doctorate (ABD) will be considered; however, for continued employment the doctorate must be completed by 7/30/2015. Required Experience:Native or near-native ability in Spanish. The successful candidate must demonstrate a record of success in teaching excellence at the collegiate level. Furthermore, candidates must provide evidence of success in scholarly research on 20th and 21st century Mexican literature, and have the ability to continue this success as part of the tenure and retention process. The successful Job Opening https://cmsweb.fresnostate.edu/psc/HFRPRD/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/s/WEBLIB_FRHRS.IS... 1 of 2 9/26/13 1:08 PM candidate must have the ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, and students of all genders from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. The University is committed to promoting the success of all, and to reducing the barriers to success related to differences in areas such as race, ethnicity, culture, disability, and more. Candidates who can contribute to that goal are encouraged to apply and identify their strengths and experiences in that area. For additional information on the University's commitment to diversity visit: www.fresnostate.edu/academics/diversity. Preferred Qualifications:Preferred candidates will also have the ability to teach graduate seminars in Spanish-American colonial literature. Application Procedures:To ensure full consideration, applicants should submit all application materials by 11/15/13. Complete an online application at http://jobs.csufresno.edu and attach (1) cover letter outlining your interests in teaching and research; (2) current Curriculum Vitae listing contact information for three references not among letters of recommendation; (3) sample course syllabi; (4) copies of representative course evaluations. 4) Either attach or send directly to the Committee Chair three current letters of recommendation that address applicant's teaching and research abilities (dated within the last twelve months; not among references in C.V.); 5) unofficial graduate transcripts. In addition, finalists will be required to send official transcripts. Please note that materials will not be returned. Dr. Yolanda A. Doub, Search Committee Chair, Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures, California State University, 5245 N. Backer Ave. M/S PB96, Fresno, CA 93740-8030. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Other Requirements:Pursuant to the requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, any offer of employment is contingent upon verification of individual's eligibility to be employed in the United States. The Annual Safety and Security/Fire Safety Report provided in compliance with the 1998 Jeanne Clery Disclosure Act, and California Education Code section 67380. The report includes three calendar years of select campus crime statistics and it includes security policies and procedures for the campus. Applicants, students, and employees can obtain a copy of this report from the web site: www.fresnostate.edu/police/clery/index.shtml or by contacting the Campus Police Department. The person holding this position may be considered a "mandated reporter" under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. You can obtain a copy of this Executive order by accessing the following web site: http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html Background Check:Necessary background investigations will be completed depending on the requirements of the position. Those could include, but are not limited to, processing of fingerprints through the Department of Justice and FBI, and degree and license verification. A conditional offer may be made based on the results of these verifications. Equal Employment Opportunity:All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, or national origin.
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"A World Awaits You: A Journal of Success in International Exchange for People with Disabilities" features Accessing Foreign Languages as its November 2007 Issue November 6, 2007- While U.S. high school students with disabilities increasingly enroll in foreign language courses, they still lag behind their non-disabled peers. In the seventh online issue of A World Awaits You (AWAY), published by Mobility International USA and the National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange, foreign language educators, English language instructors, disability providers and students with disabilities share their strategies of success in the foreign language classroom. This web-based, cross-disability journal describes successful experiences, lessons learned, and frequently asked questions such as: What teaching strategies or classroom accommodations benefit students with learning, cognitive, hearing or vision disabilities? How can I use adaptive technology in learning a foreign language at home and abroad? What do I need to know about sign interpreting in a foreign language class? Why is it beneficial to learn a foreign language overseas and how do I manage once there? Are there opportunities for me to teach my native language overseas?
To read this AWAY issue, go to: http://www.miusa.org/ncde/away For more information on how people with disabilities can participate in all types of international exchange programs, contact: National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange Tel/TTY: (541) 343-1284 Fax: (541) 343-6812 Email: email@example.com Web: <http://www.miusa.org/ncde> The National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange is sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State and administered by Mobility International USA.
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