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  • Scheduling FAQ
    grouping has Lecture Discussion and Clinical sections When there are multiple component sections grouped by the Associated Class Number only one of the components can have the Class Type set to Enrollment The other components must have Class Type set to Non Enroll The 1st and 2nd Auto Enroll Section fields on the Enrollment Cntrl screen allows you to specify which of the Non Enroll section s to automatically enroll the student in when he she chooses the Enrollment section II How do I schedule Equivalencies and Combined Sections Cross listed terminology does not technically exist in PeopleSoft Instead the term cross listed has been replaced with the term course equivalent Course Equivalencies are set up in the Course Catalog and roll down to the Schedule of Classes At the Schedule of Classes level the following steps need to take place to link the sections of equivalent courses The same process applies for any combined sections that meet in the same place even if they are not cross listed Note This process copies a meeting pattern to all combined sections so you ONLY PUT A MEETING PATTERN ON ONE OF THE CLASS SECTIONS to be combined 1 Course sections that have different meeting and time patterns cannot be combined If course sections need to be grouped with separate meeting and time patterns refer to the Class Associations Groupings section of the Advanced Scheduling Manual 2 All Learning Communities are combined by Academic Affairs If there are any problems noticed with LCOM courses please contact Academic Affairs 3 When working in the Identify Combined Sections screen make sure the Combination Type box is flagged correctly There are three choices from the drop down menu Both Cross Subject and Within Subject a Both is used when there is three or more course sections combined For example if HRS 1 HRS 101 and HIST 101 were to be combined the Combination Type would be flagged as both since two HRS sections are within subject with the cross subject being the HIST course section b Cross Subject is used when the combined sections are derived from two different subjects For example if HRS 101 and HIST 101 were to be combined the Combination Type would be flagged as cross subject c Within Subject is used when the combined sections are derived from the same subjects For example if HRS 1 and HRS 101 were to be combined the Combination Type would be flagged as within subject 4 On the upper right hand portion of the Identify Combined Sections screen there are two boxes One is titled Permanent Combinations and the other is Skip Mtg Pattern Instr Edit The only box to be flagged is the Permanent Combinations 5 It is best to follow these steps when building combined sections a Schedule first course section to be combined and complete the meetings screen complete with meeting and time patterns along with room and instructor Save Record Class Nbr for future use b Schedule each subsequent course section to be combined leaving the meetings screen completely blank Record Class Nbr s for future use Save c Enter combined course section names in the Combined Sections Table then click view combined sections to go to Identify Combined Sections screen d On the Identify Combined Sections screen enter Class Nbrs for each combined course section under Combined Sections tab e Enter Room Capacity Enrollment Capacity and Wait List Capacity Flag Combination Type and the Permanent Combination box The numbers entered should match the totals of all the combined sections f Save 6 In the event that enrollment needs to be increased for a combined course section it is necessary to update Requested Room Capacity Enrollment Capacity and the Wait List Capacity on the Identify Combined Sections page After updating enrollment and wait list capacities of the course sections in the Update Sections of a Class page go to the Identify Combined Sections page and update the Requested Room Capacity Enrollment Capacity and the Wait List Capacity to reflect the changes in enrollment made on the combined course sections and click on the Save button The numbers entered should match the totals of all the combined sections III How do I hide a section from the Class Schedule so students cannot enroll When you are scheduling a section and want to hold it back from the schedule until you see what the enrollment demand is do not set the Class Type as Non Enroll Set it up as a Tentative section using the Class Status field on the Enrollment Cntrl screen and set the Class Type to Enrollment By setting it as a Tentative section the section will not be displayed to students when they search the schedule If you decide to open the section later then you can change the Class Status to Active and it will be immediately available for students to enroll Please refer to the Class Scheduling Manual to build your schedules dated 9 30 11 for detailed instructions IV How do I set Dept Consent or Inst Cnsnt at the department level When scheduling a section if enrollment requires department or instructor consent to enroll Class Status must be set to Active but set the Consent field on the Enrollment Cntrl screen to Dept Cnsnt or Inst Cnsnt This will show that department or instructor consent is required to enroll in that section V How do I hide a section from the Class Schedule You are scheduling a section for a cohort of students and you don t want the section to show in the online schedule Set the Class Type as Enrollment but uncheck the Schedule Print box on the Basic Data screen This will prevent the section from being displayed in the online schedule You can give the Class Number and section info to the students in the cohort so they can enroll via self service or you can enroll the students yourself VI How do I offer a course without a

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  • Advanced Class Scheduling Manual
    options as to the lab they can take with a lecture the labs will have a Class Type of Enrollment and the lecture will have a Class Type of Non Enroll The Auto Enroll feature can then be set so that the student selects a lab section and the system automatically enrolls them into the only lecture available for that lab Highlighted in the following visuals are the key fields for setting up Class Associations Navigation Curriculum Management Schedule of Classes Schedule New Course or Maintain Schedule of Classes Figure 7 Basic Data tab Figure 8 Enrollment Cntrl tab Single Component Class Example For a basic class that has only one component e g Lecture or Discussion set your class up according to the instructions below 1 Build your sections and assign Class Section numbers consecutively i e 01 02 then 03 2 The Component field will default 3 The Class Type value will default as Enrollment Leave this default value on all sections 4 Enter an Associated Class number for each section that matches the Class Section number you assigned The Associated Class number cannot have a leading zero 5 Click the plus button on the Basic Data tab after entering each section to begin creating a new section 6 Click the Save button Once you have finished scheduling your sections it may be helpful to look up the class via the Update Sections of a Class page to review the information Your class should look something like the example shown in the following visual 7 Navigation Curriculum Management Schedule of Classes Update Sections of a Class Figure 9 Single Component Class Single Discussion Lab Example For a class with a single discussion and lab that must be taken together set your class up according to the instructions below Build your discussion class first and assign a Class Section number of 01 2 Make sure that the Component value is Discussion 3 The Class Type value will default as Enrollment Leave this default value on the discussion Section 01 4 The Associated Class number will default to 1 Leave the default value for the discussion 5 Click the plus button to add your next section 6 Now build your lab class and assign a Class Section number of 02 7 Change the Component value to Laboratory Click the magnifying glass to look up the code if necessary 8 Change the Class Type from Enrollment to Non Enroll 9 The Associated Class number will default to 1 Leave this default value alone so that it will match the number on the discussion section 10 Locate the arrows at the top of the Class Sections box Click the back arrow to go to section 01 11 Click the Enrollment Cntrl tab 12 Enter 02 in the 1 st Auto Enroll Section field Now students who enroll in the discussion portion of this class will automatically be enrolled in the lab section 13 Click the Save button at the bottom of the page Once you have finished scheduling your sections it may be helpful to look up the class via the Update Sections of a Class page to review the information Your class should look something like the example shown in the following visual 14 Navigation Curriculum Management Schedule of Classes Update Sections of a Class Figure 10 Single Discussion and Single Lab Single Discussion Multiple Lab Example For a class with a single discussion and multiple labs for students to choose from set your class up according to the instructions below 1 Build your discussion class and assign a Class Section number of 01 2 Make sure that the Component value is Discussion 3 The Class Type value will default as Enrollment Change this value to Non Enroll 4 The Associated Class number will default to 1 Leave the default value for the discussion 6 Click the plus button to add your next section Now build your lab classes by following the instructions below 5 Assign consecutive Class Section numbers to your labs beginning with 02 6 Change the Component value to Laboratory Click the magnifying glass to look up the code if necessary 7 The Class Type will default to Enrollment Leave this default value for all lab sections 8 The Associated Class number will default to 1 Leave this default value alone so that it will match the number on the discussion section 10 Click the Enrollment Cntrl tab 11 Enter 01 in the 1 st Auto Enroll Section field Now students enrolling in the lab section of this class will automatically be enrolled in the discussion section 12 Return to the Basic Data tab and click the plus button to add any additional lab sections 13 Click the Save button when you have finished entering all necessary lab sections Once you have finished scheduling your sections it may be helpful to look up the class via the Update Sections of a Class page to review the information Your class should look something like the example shown in the following visual 14 Navigation Curriculum Management Schedule of Classes Update Sections of a Class Figure 11 Single Discussion and Multiple Labs If you have additional discussion lab groupings for a single class you can repeat the process above Start with the next available Class Section number and assign the next available Associated Class number For example if you built one group of classes and left off at Section 04 begin with Section 05 and use Associated Class Number 2 Also note that you would need to enter Section 05 the Non Enrollment discussion class as the 1 st Auto Enroll Section value on your lab classes in this example Figure 12 Multiple Discussion and Lab Groupings Multiple Disucssion Multiple Lab Example For a class that has multiple discussions and labs you can assign a special Associated Class Number so that students can pair any of the class discussions with any of the available labs Begin with building the primary component of your class we ll use a discussion component for this example Build your discussion sections and assign Class Section numbers consecutively i e 01 02 then 03 2 Make sure that the Component value is Discussion 3 The Class Type value will default as Enrollment Leave this default value on all discussion sections 4 Enter an Associated Class number for each discussion section that matches the Class Section number you assigned The Associated Class number cannot have a leading zero 5 Click the plus button on the Basic Data tab after entering each section to begin creating a new section Create all of your discussion sections before moving on to create the labs 6 Assign the next available Class Section number to each lab 7 Change the Component to Laboratory If necessary use the magnifying glass to look up this value 8 The Class Type will default to Enrollment Change this value to Non Enroll for all lab sections 9 Enter 9999 for the Associated Class Number on each lab section 10 Click the Save button at the bottom of the page when you have finished entering all lab sections Once you have finished scheduling your sections it may be helpful to look up the class via the Update Sections of a Class page to review the information Your class should look something like the example shown in the following visual Navigation Curriculum Management Schedule of Classes Update Sections of a Class Figure 13 Multiple Discussion and Lab Options Three Component Example Lecture Lab Activity For a class that groups a single section of three separate components set your class up according to the instructions below Start with the component you want the student to select for enrollment we ll use a lecture in this example Build your lecture class and assign a Class Section number of 01 2 Make sure that the Component value is Lecture 3 The Class Type value will default as Enrollment Leave this default value on the lecture Section 01 4 The Associated Class number will default to 1 Leave the default value for the lecture 5 Click the plus button to add your next section Now build your next component we ll use a lab section in this example 6 Assign your lab a section number of 02 7 Change the Component value to Laboratory Click the magnifying glass to look up the code if necessary 8 The Class Type will default to Enrollment Change this value to Non Enroll 9 The Associated Class number will default to 1 Leave this default value alone so that it will match the number on the lecture section Now build your third component we ll use an activity section in this example 10 Assign your activity a section number of 03 11 Change the Component value to Activity Click the magnifying glass to look up the code if necessary 12 The Class Type will default to Enrollment Change this value to Non Enroll 13 The Associated Class number will default to 1 Leave this default value alone so that it will match the number on the lecture section Now complete the Auto Enroll information on Section 01 14 Locate the arrows at the top of the Class Sections box Click the back arrow until you get to Section 01 15 Click the Enrollment Cntrl tab 16 Enter 02 in the 1 st Auto Enroll Section field and 03 in the 2 nd Auto Enroll Section field Now students who enroll in the lecture portion of this class will automatically be enrolled in the lab and activity portions 17 Click the Save button at the bottom of the page Once you have finished scheduling your sections it may be helpful to look up the class via the Update Sections of a Class page to review the information Your class should look something like the example shown in the following visual 1 Navigation Curriculum Management Schedule of Classes UpdateSections of a Class Figure 14 Three Component Example Equivalencies and Combined Sections Cross listed terminology does not technically exist in PeopleSoft Instead the term cross listed has been replaced with the term course equivalent Course Equivalencies are set up in the Course Catalog and roll down to the Schedule of Classes At the Schedule of Classes level the following steps need to take place to link the sections of equivalent courses The same process applies for any combined sections that meet in the same place even if they are not cross listed Note This process copies a meeting pattern to all combined sections so you ONLY ATTACH A MEETING PATTERN ON ONE OF THE CLASS SECTIONS to be combined Course sections that have different meeting and time patterns cannot be combined If course sections need to be grouped with separate meeting and time patterns refer to the Class Associations Groupings section of the Advanced Scheduling Manual All Learning Communities are combined by Academic Affairs If there are any problems noticed with LCOM courses please contact Academic Affairs Combined Sections Table The Combined Sections Table allows you to set up an ID for each set of Combined Sections that you need to establish Navigation Curriculum Management Combined Sections Combined Sections Table Figure 15 Search page 2 Enter SACST for the Academic Institution 3 Enter the appropriate Term Code Use the magnifying glass to look up the term value if necessary 4 Select Regular Academic Session from the Session dropdown list 5 Click the Search button Figure 16 Combined Sections Table The Combined Sections Table will display all Combined Sections ID s already set up for the Term and Session you specified 6 Click the plus button to insert a new line and add your information Note If you are taken to a blank table you can simply start by filling in the Description field on the existing blank line Figure 17 Adding new Combined Sections ID 7 The Combined Sections ID field will default Enter a Description to identify your combined sections 32 character limit 8 Enter a Short Description for identification purposes 12 character limit 9 Click the Save button at the bottom of the page Figure 18 Saved data Now that you have created a unique ID for your combined sections you will need to associate the individual class numbers with that ID 10 Notice that a View Combined Sections link is now displayed for the Combined Sections ID you just created You can click this link and skip to step 7 below or continue with the first instruction below Identifying Combined Sections The Identify Combined Sections option allows you to link the specific class sections that will be combined under each Combined Sections ID This process must be completed after the Combined Sections ID is created Once you link combined sections all sections adopt the meeting and instructor information from the primary section This feature can be disabled by checking the Skip Mtg Pattern Instr Edit box on the Identify Combined Sections page Navigation Curriculum Management Combined Sections Identify Combined Sections Figure 19 Search page 2 Enter SACST for the Academic Institution 3 Enter the appropriate Term code Use the magnifying glass to look up the term value if necessary 4 Select Regular Academic Session from the Session dropdown list Note You can also use the Combined Sections ID or Description fields to search by if you know this information 5 Click the Search button Figure 20 Search results 6 Depending upon your search criteria you may have to select your Combined Sections ID from a list of results at the bottom of the page The Short Description will display for identification purposes Figure 21 Identify Combined Sections page 7 Check the Permanent Combination box if you want the system to copy this combination over to the next term when the Prior Term Copy Process is run If the checkbox is blank the system assumes this is a one time combination 8 Use the Combination Type dropdown to select whether this is a Cross Subject combination Within Subject combination or Both Both is used when there is three or more course sections combined For example if HRS 1 HRS 101 and HIST 101 were to be combined the Combination Type would be flagged as both since two HRS sections are within subject with the cross subject being the HIST course section Cross Subject is used when the combined sections are derived from two different subjects For example if HRS 101 and HIST 101 were to be combined the Combination Type would be flagged as cross subject Within Subject is used when the combined sections are derived from the same subjects For example if HRS 1 and HRS 101 were to be combined the Combination Type would be flagged as within subject 9 At the bottom of the page click the magnifying glass next to the Class Nbr field to identify the first course 10 Enter any necessary search criteria to locate the appropriate course Figure 22 Look up Class Nbr Note There is an issue with this Catalog Nbr search field To search by Catalog Number enter a percent sign before the number you want to find This process will return any Catalog Numbers containing the number you entered e g 10 could return 10 100 and 110 11 Click the Look Up button 12 Select the desired class section from the list of results 13 You will be returned to the Identified Combined Sections page Click the plus button to insert a new row and identify the next class 14 Click the Class Nbr magnifying glass in the row you just added 15 Repeat the lookup procedure and select the desired class section 16 Continue to add class sections using the plus button to insert as many rows as necessary Figure 23 Class sections identified 17 Enter the capacities for the enrollment and wait list in the Combined Capacities section Please refer to wait list guidelines Note The Requested Room Capacity value is not being used for room scheduling you can leave this field blank 18 Click the Save button at the bottom of the page Figure 24 Capacities entered As seen in the example above the Enrollment Capacity and Wait List Capacity values can be set to match the values for the combined class sections The Combined Capacity values will act as overall capacities for the Combined Sections ID In other words a Combined Enrollment Capacity of 30 will allow for a total of 30 enrolled students under the Combined Sections ID all 30 students may end up in one class section or the enrollment may end up dispersed throughout various sections under the ID Updating Combined Sections If you need to update information for an existing Combined Sections ID you can navigate to the Identify Combined Sections page Navigation Curriculum Management Combined Sections Identify Combined Sections The plus and minus buttons can then be used to add or remove class sections from the ID Once sections have been combined any changes to the meeting patterns for these classes need to be made on the Schedule Class Meetings page Navigation Curriculum Management Schedule of Classes Schedule Class Meetings Meeting patterns for combined sections cannot be accessed under the Schedule New Course or Maintain Schedule of Classes menu options Instructor Advisor Information Setting up Instructor Advisor Table The Instructor Advisor Table allows you to authorize instructors to teach courses within an Academic Organization When you have a new instructor teaching in your department you will need to activate them on the Instructor Advisor Table an EmplID must already be assigned by HR This process must be completed for the instructor to be assigned on the Meetings tab when a course is being scheduled Navigation Curriculum Management Instructor Advisor Information Instructor Advisor Table Figure 25 Search page 2 Enter search criteria to help identify the appropriate instructor 3 Click the Search button 4 Depending upon the criteria you entered you may have to choose from a list

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  • Spr16
    Activities Student Travel Fund Guidelines ARA Student Academic Development Program Guidelines SAD Off Campus Activities Course and Program Proposals 2003 2012 Course and Program Approval Process 2012 2013 2013 2014 2014 2015 2015 2016 Glossary Calendars word File Name Data Dashboards Quick Links Forms Class Scheduling Scheduling FAQ Schedule Building Quick Reference Guide Schedule Building and Faculty Workload Reports Advanced Class Scheduling Manual APDB Course Classifications Academic Calendar Spring 2016 Please call 916 278 8088 for registration inquiries March 2 2015 15 16 Annual Class Schedule Available at My Sac State Nov 30 Dec 18 2015 Spring 2016 Registration for continuing students in class level priority order Dec 23 Jan 10 2016 Spring 2016 Registration unavailable January 5 12 2016 New Transfer Student Orientation and Registration January 11 21 2016 Spring 2016 Late Registration and Change of Schedule resumes January 18 2016 Martin Luther King Jr Day Holiday Campus Closed January 20 2016 Spring 2016 Semester Begins January 20 22 2016 University wide and or College Meetings Academic Workdays January 22 24 2016 Spring 2016 Registration unavailable January 25 2016 Instruction Begins Jan 25 Feb 5 2016 Spring 2016 Late Registration and Schedule Adjustment February 8 19 2016 Spring 2016 Late Registration and Change of Schedule completed by petition at departments February 12 2016 Lincoln s Birthday Holiday Observed on 12 29 16 Campus Open and Classes Held February 15 2016 Presidents Day Holiday Observed on 12 30 16 Campus Open and Classes Held February 19 2016 Census Date March 21 27 2016 Spring Recess ninth week of semester March 31 2016 Cesar Chavez Birthday Observed Holiday Campus Closed May 13 2016 Last Day of Instruction May 16 20 2016 Final Examinations Saturday 5 14 16 Academic Workday May 20 21 2016 Commencement Saturday 5 21 16 Academic Workday May

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  • Fall 2015
    2 2015 15 16 Annual Class Schedule Available at My Sac State March 2 April 30 2015 Departmental and Academic Advising May 1 22 2015 Fall 2015 Registration for continuing students May 23 31 2015 Fall 2015 Registration unavailable June 1 5 2015 Fall 2015 Registration resumes for continuing students June 9 23 2015 Transfer student orientation and registration June 30 Aug 5 2015 Freshman orientation and registration Aug 6 7 2015 Late Orientation and registration August 8 16 2015 Fall 2015 registration unavailable August 17 27 2015 Fall 2015 Open Registration and Change of Schedule resumes August 26 2015 Academic Year Begins Unit 3 4 Faculty Academic Professionals August 26 28 2015 University wide and or College Meetings Academic Workdays August 28 30 2015 Fall 2015 Registration unavailable August 31 2015 Instruction Begins August 31 Sept 11 2015 Fall 2015 Late Registration and Schedule Adjustment September 7 2015 Labor Day Holiday Campus Closed September 9 2015 Admission Day Holiday Observed on 12 28 15 Campus Open and Classed Held September 14 28 2015 Fall 2015 Late Registration and Change of Schedule done by petition at departments September 28 2015 Census Date October 12 2015 Columbus and Indigenous People s Day Holiday Observed on 12 30 15 Campus Open and Classes Held November 11 2015 Veteran s Day Observed Holiday Campus Closed November 26 2015 Thanksgiving Day Holiday Campus Closed November 26 27 2015 Academic Holiday Campus Closed except for limited intra campus operations December 11 2015 Last Day of Instruction December 14 18 2015 Final Examinations Saturday 12 12 15 Academic Workday December 18 19 2015 Commencement Saturday 12 19 15 Academic Workday Dec 21 2015 Jan 25 2016 Winter Recess Students December 25 2015 Christmas Day Holiday Campus Closed December 28 2015 Admission Day Observed Holiday Campus Closed

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  • MasterCal15-16
    for Spring 2016 semester Faculty to Library User Services Department x86708 January 8 2016 Faculty retention files 2015 2016 academic year due Deans to Academic Affairs x86169 January 22 2016 Deadline for Course and Program Change Proposals for inclusion on the web list to be reviewed on February 9 2016 Colleges to Academic Affairs x85933 February 5 2016 Spring 2016 Assigned and Reimbursed Time Request Forms Deans to Institutional Research x87419 February 9 2016 Noon deadline for objections to Course or Program Change Proposals including CCE offerings on web list posted January 26 2016 x85933 February 12 2016 Spring 2016 Instructor Workload Report Colleges to Institutional Research x87419 February 12 2016 Faculty retention letters are mailed from Academic Affairs x86331 February 19 2016 Deadline for Course and Program Change Proposals for inclusion on the web list to be reviewed on March 08 2016 Colleges to Academic Affairs x85933 February 19 2016 Deadline for submission of Course Change Proposals for inclusion in the Fall 2016 Schedule of Classes on the web Colleges to Academic Affairs x85933 March 1 2016 Requests to participate in Faculty Early Retirement Program FERP or Pre retirement Reduction in Time base Program PRTB beginning 2016 2017 academic year due Faculty to Human Resources via Department Chairs and Deans effective Fall 2016 x86326 March 1 2016 Last day to submit hard copy requisitions for 2016 2017 renewal contracts as requested by Procurement formal contracts only not service order renewals x87322 March 8 2016 Noon deadline for objections to Course or Program Change Proposals including CCE offerings on web list posted February 23 2016 x85933 March 11 2016 Campus Departments to verify validity of outstanding encumbrances purchase orders by reviewing the Enc PO column totals and details in the SacVault Cognos Budgeted Funds and Trust Funds reports Work with Procurement to close any POs that are no longer valid Note This is an ongoing task all year but critical at year end March 25 2016 Annual evaluations period begins for permanent and temporary staff x85579 March 25 2016 Deadline for Course and Program Change Proposals for inclusion on the web list to be reviewed on April 12 2016 Colleges to Academic Affairs x85933 March 25 2016 Last day to submit Work Order Requests for current fiscal year to Facilities Management x86421 March 31 2016 Last day to submit organization changes that affect the Department Code s for implementaion in the new fiscal year with effective date of July 1st First Day of Fall 2016 Registration Deadline to identify Fall 2016 instructional materials to facilitate timely access and meet Accessible Techonology Initiative requirement direct questions to ati csus edu First Day of Fall 2016 Registration Target date to request Captioning Self Service to obtain captioning for videos multimedia to be used Fall 2016 to ensure captions are received in time for the first day of the semester To set up a captioning account visit the Captioning Self Service website and direct questions to ati csus edu April 1 2016 Conflict

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    All University Expense AUE Request for funds Academic and Curriculum Policies Academically Related Activities Student Travel Fund Guidelines ARA Student Academic Development Program Guidelines SAD Off Campus Activities Course and Program Proposals 2003 2012 Course and Program Approval Process 2012 2013 2013 2014 2014 2015 2015 2016 Glossary Calendars word File Name Data Dashboards Quick Links Forms Class Scheduling Scheduling FAQ Schedule Building Quick Reference Guide Schedule Building and Faculty

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