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									Becoming a library
 and information
  professional
           Corazon M. Nera
                  Director of Libraries
         Lyceum of the Philippines University
 Chairman, Professional Regulatory Board for Librarians,
                          PRC
Republic Act No. 9246
  An Act modernizing the practice of
     Librarianship in the Philippines thereby
     repealing Republic Act No. 6966,
     entitled: “An Act regulating the practice
     of Librarianship and prescribing the
     qualifications of librarians,”
     appropriating funds therefore and for
     other purposes.
Librarian defined as an individual who is a
  bona fide holder of a Certificate of
  Registration and Professional Identification
  Card issued by the Professional Regulatory
  Board for Librarians and by the Professional
  Regulation Commission in accordance with
  this act.

  - Competent, virtuous, productive and well-
  rounded librarian whose standards of practice
  and service shall be characterized by
  excellence, quality, and geared towards
  world-class global competitiveness.
Sec. 3. Objectives.
  This Act shall govern the following:
    (a) National examination for licensure,
         registration of librarians, issuance of
         Certificate of Registration and Professional
         Identification Card;
    (b) Supervision, control and regulation of
         practice of librarianship;
    (c) Integration of librarians under one national
         organization; and
    (d) Development of professional competence of
         librarians.
Sec. 30. Integrated and Accredited
National Organization of Librarians.
          All registered librarians shall be integrated under
   a single organization recognized and accredited by the
   Board and approved by the Commission.

           A librarian duly registered and licensed by the
   Board and the Commission shall automatically become
   a member of the integrated and accredited professional
   organization and shall receive the benefits and
   privileges appurtenant thereto upon payment of the
   required fees and dues. Membership in the integrated
   and accredited professional organization shall not be a
   bar to membership in any other associations of
   librarians.
Resolution No. 93-268 : Mass Oath-taking

          The PRC has assigned the task of
   administering and conducting the mass oath-taking
   of new professionals to the PRB concerned in
   coordination with the APO of the profession so that
   the oath-taking of the said professionals as new
   members of their APO shall be held in the same
   program to save time, effort and money on the part
   of the participants as well as to promote unity,
   harmony, and cooperation between and among the
   PRC, the PRBs and the APOs.
Continuing professional
education/continuing
professional development

   - refers to the inculcation, assimilation
   and acquisition of knowledge, skills,
   proficiency, and ethical and moral
   values, after the initial registration of a
   professional, that raise and enhance the
   professional’s technical skills and
   competence.
  Updates of PRB’s CPE Council
          PRB’s           ACCREDITED   ACCREDITED
                          PROVIDERS     PROGRAMS
Accountancy                  66           204
Architecture                  4            6
Civil Engineering             4           20
Customs Brokers               1            2
Dentistry                     2           147
Electrical Engineering       10           15
Electronics Engineering       4           12
Geodetic Engineering          1           46
Guidance and Counseling       7           36
  Updates of PRB’s CPE Council
          PRB’s         ACCREDITED   ACCREDITED
                        PROVIDERS     PROGRAMS
Interior Design             1           19
Librarian                  27           58
Master Plumbing             2            5
Medical Technology          5           43
Midwifery                   9           85
Naval Architecture &        1            6
Marine Engineering
Nursing                    58           155
Nutrition & Dietetics      13           35
  Updates of PRB’s CPE Council
         PRB’s          ACCREDITED   ACCREDITED
                        PROVIDERS     PROGRAMS
Optometry                   3           14
Pharmacy                    8            8
Physical Therapy and        4            7
Occupational Therapy
Professional Teachers      13            2
Radiologic Technology       5            11
Sanitary Engineering        1            3
Social Work                 3            1
Veterinary Medicine        13           37
House Bill No. 4106 : Strengthening the
Continuing Professional Education Program
 Introduced by Representative Rufus B. Rodriguez and
 Representative Maximo B. Rodriguez, Jr.


   Sec. 10. CPE as Mandatory Requirements in the
         Renewal of Professional License and
         Accreditation System for the Practice of the
         Professions.
CPE/CPD Objectives
 1.   To provide and ensure the continuous
      education of a registered professional with the
      latest trends in the profession brought about
      by modernization, scientific and technological
      advancement;

 2.   To raise and maintain the professional’s
      capability for delivering professional services;

 3.   To attain and maintain the highest standards
      and quality in the practice of library profession;
CPE/CPD Objectives
 4.   To comply with the librarian professional’s
      continuing ethical standard requirements;

 5.   To make the librarian professional globally
      competitive; and

 6.   To promote the general welfare of the public
Nature of CPE/CPD Program

       The CPE/CPD program consists of
   properly planned and structured activities,
   the implementation of which requires the
   participation of a determined group of
   professionals to meet the requirements of
   maintaining and improving the occupational
   standards and ethics of the
   librarians/professionals.
Rationale
      Compliance with the CPE program is
  deemed a moral obligation of each
  professional within the context of the Code
  of Ethics for Librarians and is considered a
  necessary, effective and credible means of
  ensuring competence, integrity and global
  competitiveness.
Legal bases of CPE/CPD

1. Section 14, Article XII of the 1987 Philippine
  Constitution provides that the sustained
  development of a reservoir of national talents
  consisting of Filipino scientists, entrepreneurs,
  professionals, managers, high level technical
  manpower and skilled workers, and craftsmen in
  all fields shall be promoted by the State. The
  State shall encourage appropriate technology
  and regulate its transfer for the national benefit.
Legal bases of CPE/CPD
2. Section 7 (a), (n), and (y) of Republic Act No. 8981
   otherwise known as the “PRC Modernization Act of
   2000,” grant the Commission these specific powers:

  (a) To administer, implement and enforce the
       regulatory policies of the national government with
       respect to the regulation and licensing of the various
       professions and occupations under its jurisdiction
       including the enhancement and maintenance of
       professional and occupational standards and ethics
       and the enforcement of the rules and regulations
       relative thereto;
Legal bases of CPE/CPD
 (n) To adopt and promulgate such rules and
     regulations as may be necessary to
     effectively implement policies with respect to
     the regulation and practice of the professions;
     and

 (y) To perform such other functions and duties as
     may be necessary to carry out the provisions
     of this Act, the various professional regulatory
     laws, decrees, executive orders and other
     administrative issuances.
Legal bases of CPE/CPD
3. Section 9(b) of R.A. No. 8981 provides that
     among the Powers, Functions and
     Responsibilities of the Various Professional
     Regulatory Boards (PRB’s) is to monitor
     the conditions affecting the practice of the
     profession or occupation under their
     respective jurisdictions and whenever
     necessary, adopt such measures as may
     be deemed proper for the enhancement of
     the profession or occupation and/or the
     maintenance of high professional, ethical
     and technical standards.
Legal bases of CPE/CPD

4. Executive Order (E.O.) No. 220 issued by the
  President of the Republic of the Philippines on
  23 June 2003 directed the Adoption of the Code
  of Good Governance for the Professions in
  the Philippines. The said code was adopted by
  PRC and PRBs embodying the principles of
  professional conduct, specifically, integrity, and
  objectivity, professional competence and global
  competitiveness.
Legal bases of CPE/CPD
  4.1 Professional Competence
          In providing professional services, a
  certain level of competence is necessary, i.e.
  knowledge, technical skills, attitudes, and
  experience. Professionals shall, therefore,
  undertake only those professional services that
  they can reasonably deliver with professional
  competence. Corollary to this, it is their express
  obligation to keep up with new knowledge and
  techniques in their field, continually improve their
  skills and upgrade their level of competence and
  take part in a lifelong continuing education
  program.
Legal bases of CPE/CPD
 5. The Republic of the Philippines, as one of the
       sovereign member states of the World
       Trade Organization (WTO), has to deal with
       and prepare itself for the implementation of
       the 4th Protocol, under the General
       Agreement for Services in Trade (GATS), a
       general agreement that will govern trade
       among member nations in twelve (12)
       Classifications of Services.
Legal bases of CPE/CPD
 In the 4th Protocol under the GATS, the Philippines is
    mandated to make sure it can offer competitively to
    other WTO members professional in Health and
    Education; Marketing and Distribution,
    Telecommunications, Business Process Outsourcing
    (BPO) services, Information Technology;
    Engineering, Architectural and other Construction
    services, Tourism and allied services; Transportation
    and Logistics services, among others, and therefore
    made attendance by our registered professionals to
    accredited CPE/CPD mandatory, as a result of the
    WTO and GATS initiatives.
 Legal bases of CPE/CPD
6. The Republic of the Philippines as a member state of
   the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN),
   has to ensure that the Filipino professional is compliant
   with established requirements in the various Mutual
   Recognition Arrangements/Agreements (MRA)
   entered into under the ASEAN Framework Agreement of
   Services (AFAS), APEC Registries for Architects and
   Engineers, MRAs on Nursing, Engineering, Surveying
   and Architecture services prescribe line requirements
   prior to recognition of competencies/qualifications for the
   practice of these professions within the territories of other
   member states. One of the requirements and common to
   all of the aforementioned MRAs is the compliance with
   satisfactory continuing professional development.
Legal bases of CPE/CPD

 7. The specific provisions of the
      Professional Regulatory Laws of the
      concerned profession shall govern the
      implementation of the Continuing
      Professional Education/Continuing
      Professional Development programs.
Legal bases of CPE/CPD

 8. Implementing Rules and
      Regulations of Republic Act No.
      9246: “An Act Modernizing the
      Practice of Librarianship in the
      Philippines”
Section 2. Statement of Policy.
       The State recognizes the essential role of
  librarianship as a profession in developing the
  intellectual capacity of every Filipino, thereby making
  library service a regular component for national
  development. It shall, through honest, effective and
  credible licensure examination and regulatory
  measures shall undertake programs and activities that
  will

      (a) promote and nurture the professional growth
             and well-being of competent, virtuous,
             productive and well rounded librarians, and
Section 2. Statement of Policy.

     (b) advance their standards of service and
         practice characterized by excellence,
         quality, and geared towards world-
         class global competitiveness.

Section 3. Objectives. This Act shall govern
  among others the

     (d) Development of professional competence
           of librarians.
Section 8. Powers, Functions and Duties of the
  Board. – The Board shall exercise executive/
  administrative, rule making and quasi-judicial
  powers in carrying out the provisions of R.A.
  9246. The specific powers, functions, duties and
  responsibilities of the Board includes among
  others
     (e) To look into the conditions affecting the
         practice of librarianship, and when
         necessary, adopt such measures as may
         be deemed proper for the enhancement
         and maintenance of high ethical, moral
         and professional standards of
         librarianship.
Section 8. Cont…
   (j.) To prescribe guidelines in the Continuing
        Professional Education (CPE) in
        coordination with the accredited and
        integrated association for professional
        librarians.

   (l.) To discharge other powers and duties as
        the Board may deem necessary for the
        practice of librarianship and the continued
        growth and development of librarians,
        libraries and library education in the
        Philippines.
Legal bases of CPE/CPD
9. BFL Resolution No. 06, Series of 2006, Code
  of Ethics For Librarians. Section 2 provides

  2. Librarians with Librarianship Profession.

     2.5 Librarians shall strive to improve,
         enhance and upgrade their professional
         knowledge, skills and competencies
         through formal and informal means.
Legal bases of CPE/CPD
9. BFL Resolution No. 06, Series of 2006, Code
  of Ethics For Librarians. Cont…

     2.6 Librarians shall endeavor to uphold the
         highest standards in the practice of the
         profession. They shall adopt and live by
         this Motto : CANI – Constant and Never-
         ending Improvement of the quality and
         standards of professional services.
BFL Res. No. 6 provides for Disciplinary
                  Action

     A Registered Librarian who is found guilty
 for violation of any provision of this Code by
 the Board after his/her investigation shall be
 subject to a disciplinary action of either
 revocation of his/her Certificate of Registration
 or suspension thereof which the Board shall
 impose that after his/her due investigation.
          MATRIX FOR CPE ACTIVITIES OR
                   SOURCES
            PROGRAMS                        CREDIT UNITS                   SUPPORTING DOCUMENT/S
1. SEMINARS /
 CONVENTIONS / TRAININGS
 1.1 PARTICIPANT                             1 CU PER HOUR         CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE WITH NUMBER OF
                                                                   HOURS, PROGRAM CERTIFIED LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
 1.2 RESOURCE SPEAKER                        5 CU PER HOUR         PHOTOCOPY OF PLAQUE / CERTIFICATE INVITATION,
                                                                   COPY OF PAPER
 1.3 PANELIST /                              3 CU PER HOUR         INVITATION / CERTIFICATION FROM SONSORING
     REACTOR                                                       ORGANIZATION COPY OF PROGRAM
 1.4 FACILITATOR /                           2 CU PER HOUR         CERTIFICATION FROM SPONSORING ORGANIZATION
      MODERATOR                                                    AND COPY OF PROGRAM
2. ACADEMIC PREPARATION
     (Residential and Distance Mode)
 2.1 MASTER’S DEGREE                   1 CU PER ACADEMIC UNIT                UNIVERSITY CERTIFICATION
                                       30 CU ADDITIONAL UPON            DIPLOMA AND TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS
                                       COMPLETION OF DEGREE
 2.2 DOCTORAL DEGREE                   2 CU PER ACADEMIC UNIT                UNIVERSITY CERTIFICATION
                                       45 CU ADDITIONAL UPON            DIPLOMA AND TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS
                                       COMPLETION OF DEGREE
 2.3 FELLOWSHIP                              15 CU PER YEAR        CERTIFICATION FROM THE GRANTING INSTITUTION /
                                                                   CERTIFICATE OF FELLOWSHIP
3. SELF-DIRECTED
    LEARNING PACKAGE
 3.1Distance Learning MODULE           10 CU PER COMPLETE SET OF   COPY OF DULY-ACCOMPLISHED MODULE AND
                                                 MODULE            EVALUATION
 3.2 TECHNICAL                            1 CU / PROFESSIONAL /       COPY OF DULY-ACCOMPLISHED ARTICLE AND
PAPER/PROFESSIONAL                        TECHNICAL ARTICLE                         EVALUATION
      JOURNAL ARTICLE
       MATRIX FOR CPE PROGRAMS,
         ACTIVITIES OR SOURCES
4. AUTHORSHIP



4.1 RESEARCH / INNOVATIVE      Maximum of 20 CREDIT UNITS                DULY CERTIFIED / PUBLISHED TECHNICAL
     PROGRAMS / CREATIVE                (Refereed)                                  REPORT / PAPER
     PROJECTS                   Maximum of 15 Credit Units
                                      (Unrefereed)

4.2 BOOK / MONOGRAPH        [25-50 pp]      [51-100    [101 OR More    PUBLISHED BOOK WITH PROOF OF COPYRIGHT
    SINGLE AUTHOR             20CU            pp]           pp]               MAXIMUM OF 40 CREDIT UNITS
    2 AUTHORS                 10 CU         30 CU         40 CU
    3 OR MORE                  5 CU         20 CU         30 CU
                                            10 CU         20 CU

4.3 EDITOR                     ½ OF THE CU OF AUTHORSHIP                    PUBLISHED BOOK WITH PROOF OF
                                       CATEGORY                                     AUTHORSHIP
4.4 ARTICLE                  [1-3 pp]       [4-6 pp]      [7or more]       PROOF OF PUBLICATION OF ARTICLE
    SINGLE AUTHOR             4 CU           6 CU           8 CU             MAXIMUM OF 10 CREDIT UNITS
    2 AUTHORS                 3 CU           4 CU           6 CU
    3 OR MORE                 2 CU           3 CU           4 CU

4.5 PROFESSIONAL JOURNAL                 5 CU PER ISSUE                       COPY OF PUBLISHED JOURNAL
    EDITOR

4.6 PEER REVIEWER                        2 CU / ARTICLE                DULY CERTIFIED COPY OF PUBLISHED ARTICLE
                                                                       / BOOK

5. INVENTIONS               10-30 CREDIT UNITS PER INVENTION           CERTIFIED COPY OF PATENT CERTIFICATE

6. POSTGRADUATE /           0.25 CU PER HOUR (MAXIMUM OF 40              CERTIFICATE OF TRAINING AND TRAINING
   IN-SERVICE TRAINING                CU / TRAINING)                                 DESCRIPTION

7. STUDY / OBSERVATION       2 CU / DAY (MAXIMUM OF 30 CU /            CERTIFICATION FROM SPONSORING
                                          TOUR)                        INSTITUTION
   MATRIX FOR CPE PROGRAMS,
     ACTIVITIES OR SOURCES
8. PROFESSORIAL CHAIR   10 CU / CHAIR / YEAR   CERTIFICATION OF GRANT OR
                                               APPOINTMENTMENT PAPER

9. SUCH OTHER ACTIVITIES/ PROGRAMS/ SOURCES TO BE RECOMMENDED BY THE
COUNCIL
   AND APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION
   Alternative Strategies
             (Donovan and Figueroa)

I. IN THE LIBRARY
 1. Building leadership skills
      - Network with colleagues
      - Start a book club or seminar series
      - Participate on committees
      - Be innovative at work
      - Promote self-awareness
 2. From good to great bosses : know and appreciate
      talents and potentials
 3. Power of trust in cultivating new leaders
 4. Coaching from the ground up: building goal-oriented
    relationships
    Alternative Strategies
            (Donovan and Figueroa)

I. IN THE LIBRARY (cont.)
 5. Mentoring new librarians: the good, the bad
    and the ugly
 6. From paraprofessional to department head:
    lessons in cultivating a new professional
 7. The librarian as researcher: support for
    research and modeling a research mind-set
 8. Participating in library-shared governance
 9. Campus connections: building a library and campus
    leader
   Alternative Strategies
            (Donovan and Figueroa)

II. OUT OF THE LIBRARY
 1. Leadership training programs and institutes:
    models for learning to lead
 2. Tilling fresh ground: cultivating librarians for
    library leadership through programs and
    initiatives
 3. Networking as staff development:
    introductions, invitations, and associations
 4. Staff development through association conferences
    and meetings: developing a Filipino librarian
   Alternative Strategies
             (Donovan and Figueroa)

II. OUT OF THE LIBRARY (cont.)
 5. Professional service on national library
    committees: developing the skills to lead
 6. Non-library conferences for development
 7. Supporting active conference participation by
    new staff
 8. Community engagement and advocacy: skills
    and knowledge to expand library services
Professional Growth Activities Organized
by Accredited Providers in 2010
        Dates/Venue               Activity                Provider         Credit
                                                                           Units
  1   March 3-5, 2010    National Congress and      MAHLAP (Medical        13
      Tagaytay City         Seminar Workshop on       and Health
                            “Progressing Beyond       Librarians
                            Medical and Health        Association of the
                            Librarianship             Philippines)
                            Innovations in
                            Network and
                            Technologies”
  2   March 4-5, 2010    National Seminar for       TNLP (The National     13
      Davao City            Public Librarians          Library of the
                                                       Philippines)
  3   March 8, 2010      Training Workshop on       TNLP (The National     7
      National Library       effective Oral and        Library of the
      Manila                 Written                   Philippines)
                             Communication Skills
                             to Conform with
                             Technological
                             Development
Professional Growth Activities Organized
by Accredited Providers in 2010
        Dates/Venue                Activity                  Provider         Credit
                                                                              Units
  4   April 14-16, 2010   National Conference:        PAARL (Philippine       13
      Tagbilaran City,       Superior Practices          Association of
         Bohol               and World Widening          Academic and
                             Services of Philippine      Research
                             Libraries                   Librarians, Inc.)


  5   April 21, 2010      Current Trends and          PASL (Philippine        13
      Tagbilaran City,       Global Preparedness         Association of
         Bohol               for School                  School Librarians,
                             Administrators and          Inc.)
                             Librarians
  6   April 21-23, 2010   National Seminar on         PLAI (Philippine        17
      Dagupan City           Library Automation in       Librarians
                             the 21st Century            Association, Inc.)
Professional Growth Activities Organized
by Accredited Providers in 2010
        Dates/Venue                Activity                  Provider       Credit
                                                                            Units
  7   April 26-28, 2010   Breaking the Barriers:       PGLL (Philippine     13
      Bacolod City        Reference, Use and           Group of Law
                          Access to Information        Librarians)


  8   April 28-30, 2010   Towards Librarians’ Skills   PLAI-STRLC (PLAI     18
      Puerto Princesa,    and Competencies             Southern Tagalog
      Palawan             Enhancement                  Region Librarians
                                                       Council)



  9   May 19-21, 2010     Summer Conference on         CAaKAP (Cagayan      13
      Tuguegarao City     Revitalizing Librarians’     and Kalinga Apayao
                          Values Towards               Librarians
                          Transformation               Association, Inc.)
Professional Growth Activities Organized
by Accredited Providers in 2010
         Dates/Venue                Activity                Provider       Credit
                                                                           Units
  10   June 2-4, 2010      Seminar on Reinventing     ALAP (Agricultural   16
       UPLB CEAT,          Libraries and Librarians   Librarians
       Laguna                                         Association of the
                                                      Philippines)


  11   June 24-26, 2010    Seminar-Workshop on        PLAI-CARAGA          16
       FSUU                Management for Libraries   Region XIII
       Butuan City         and Information Reading
                           Centers


  12   July 22-23, 2010    Seminar-Workshop on        BBLA (Baguio-        15
       University of the   Raising the Quality of     Benguet Librarians
       Cordilleras,        Library Service through    Association, Inc.)
       Baguio City         Open Access and Open
                           Source Systems(OSS)
Professional Growth Activities Organized
by Accredited Providers in 2010
         Dates/Venue                 Activity                Provider           Credit
                                                                                Units
  13   July 28-30, 2010     Enriching the Culture of   PLAI-CAVRLC (PLAI        12
       St. Mary’s Univ.     Collaboration Among        Cagayan Valley
       Bayombong,           Educational Institutions   Region Librarians’
       Nueva Vizcaya        and their Libraries        Council)

  14   Aug 19-20, 2010      Library and Web Services   PAARL (Philippine        12
       Holy Angel           2011 for Readers,          Association of
       University           Technical & Archives       Academic and
       Angeles City                                    Research Librarians,
                                                       Inc.)

  15   Aug. 25-27, 2010     The 2nd Library Link       The Filipinas Heritage   18
       Filipinas Heritage   Conference                 Library
       Library, Makati
       City
Professional Growth Activities Organized
by Accredited Providers in 2010
         Dates/Venue                Activity              Provider       Credit
                                                                         Units
  16   Sept. 1-3, 2010     Librarians Leading and   PPL (Philippine      16
       Hotel de Salcedo,   Collaborating for the    Public Librarians
       Vigan, Ilocos Sur   Development of a         League, Inc.)
                           Reading Culture

  17   Sept. 8-10, 2010    Building a Culture of    PNU-LISSA            15
       UP Los Baños,       Research Partnership     (Philippine Normal
       Laguna              Between Librarians and   University Library
                           Administrators           and Information
                                                    Science Alumni
                                                    Association)
  18   Sept. 16, 2010      Forum on Office          MAHLAP               3
       SMX Convention      Ergonomics
       Center, Pasay
       City
Professional Growth Activities Organized
by Accredited Providers in 2010
         Dates/Venue           Activity            Provider        Credit
                                                                   Units
  19   September 22-   Building Research     CLRLC (Central        20
       24, 2010        Capabilities of       Luzon Region
       Angeles City    Librarians and        Librarians Council)
                       Information
                       Professionals
  20   Sept. 23-24,    Ethical Issues on     PLAI-ZAMPEN           11
       2010            Librarianship in a    (PLAI Zamboanga
       Zamboanga       Networked             Peninsula Region
       City            Environment           Librarians Council)

  21   Oct. 14-15,     4th Phil-BIST         DACUN (Davao          12
       2010            Conference and Fair   Colleges and
       Davao City                            Universities
                                             Network)
Professional Growth Activities Organized
by Accredited Providers in 2010
         Dates/Venue                Activity                  Provider      Credit
                                                                            Units
  22   Nov. 9-10, 2010     National Seminar of         TNLP (The National   12
       NLP, Manila         Public Librarians           Library of the
                                                       Philippines)

  23   Nov. 15, 2010       Emerging Technologies       UST Miguel de        3
       UST Library,        and their Impact on         Benavides Library
       Manila              Libraries

  24   November 17-19,     PLAI National Congress      PLAI                 20
       2010                2010 Theme: National
       Waterfront Hotel,   Congress on International
       Cebu City           Librarianship: a Path
                           Ahead
     “Most writers agree that competency is
about what someone can do. Competency
involves both the ability to perform in a
given context and the capacity to transfer
knowledge and skills to new tasks and
situations.”
              TAYO NA!
              CPE NA!

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