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Transnational engineering education requires teachers that are able to merge the unique engineering needs of their local country with best practices and techniques for fostering global awareness and preparedness in engineering students. Rapid computerization and the opening of previously closed markets helped the large multi-national corporation become a common model for engineering in the twenty-first century. Graduates must understand that social, cultural, economic, and political differences will affect and shape their careers in ways that previous generations of engineers may not have faced. Mandatory requirements help ensure that students receive opportunities for transnational study or, at the least, exposure to transnational topics. Engineering educators, however, must also be prepared. Engineering professional societies provide substantial continuing education, peer-networking, reference literature, and humanitarian opportunities to help educators stay current and prepared to talk about topics and trends in global engineering. In this paper, the IEEE and the IEEE Education Society are presented as examples of such transnational cooperation

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  • Ask the audience why a society for teacher’s should exist. Get their responses and validate them.
  • Ask the audience why a society for teacher’s should exist. Get their responses and validate them.
  • IEEE has grown to beStandards to enforce quality design practice, ensure interoperability and marketability, global Networking millions of people each year
  • Ask the audience why a society for teacher’s should exist. Get their responses and validate them.
  • Topics:Engineering Education, primarily at the university levelK-12 and Engineering TechnologyTypically held in the U.S. in October
  • Note that not all awards require you to be a society member. Note that the distinguished lecture program exists. Describe it and how it could be used by members.
  • Icece2011 final

    1. 1.<br />1<br />IEEE and IEEE Education Society and their Participation in Professional Activities<br />Manuel Castro, UNED, IEEE Fellow<br />IEEE Spain Section Chair<br />IEEE Spanish Chapter of the Education Society Founder<br />Education Society Vice-President<br /> <br />
    2. 2. Introduction<br />Education of engineers is a priority for both: emerging and industrialized nations<br />>>> Global Engineering Education<br /><br /> IEEE<br />2<br />
    3. 3. Introduction (2)<br />From Education to Conferences and Forums<br />>>> Global Engineering Education<br /><br /> IEEE<br />3<br />
    4. 4. Introduction (3)<br />IEEE EDUCON<br />> 2010 Madrid / 2011 Amman<br />> 2012 Marrakesh (open Call for Abstracts)<br /><ul><li>2013 Berlin / 2014 Istanbul</li></ul>> ..…<br /> IEEE<br />4<br />
    5. 5. Engineers…<br /> IEEE<br />5<br />
    6. 6. Historically…<br /> IEEE<br />6<br />6<br />
    7. 7. Engineering Education response to Globalization<br />Researching pedagogical methods for using the same enabling technologies that led to globalization as tools in both <br />on-campus <br />virtual classrooms<br /> IEEE<br />7<br />7<br />
    8. 8. This research is widely documented<br /> IEEE<br />8<br />
    9. 9. Countries’ response to Globalization<br />Encouraging or requiring training in global and cultural awareness<br /> IEEE<br />9<br />
    10. 10. IEEE<br />10<br />
    11. 11. The role of Professional Associations<br />International professional associations can be leaders in cooperation between countries<br /> IEEE<br />11<br />
    12. 12. Definition. A society is <br />"a structured community of people bound together by similar traditions, institutions, or nationality" <br />"an organized group of people who share an interest, aim, or profession”<br /> IEEE<br />Engineering Societies<br />12<br />
    13. 13. Engineering Societies<br />The associative view of professionally involved people can be reproduced in any field of human behaviour including:<br />technical work<br />sports<br />recreational topics<br />and volunteer aspects of life<br /> IEEE<br />13<br />
    14. 14. History<br /> IEEE<br />14<br />
    15. 15. Professional Societies<br />IEEE, an organization focused on electrical, computer, and electronic engineering<br />ASME, an organization focused on mechanical engineering<br />ACM, an organization focused on computer science and informatics<br /> IEEE<br />15<br />
    16. 16. Professional Societies<br />IFAC, an organization focused on control engineering <br />ISES, an organization focused on solar energy engineering applications <br />ASEE, an organization focused on engineering education applications<br /> IEEE<br />16<br />
    17. 17. Professional Societies<br />A few of these organizations retain the word "American" in their names<br />But in general have a global view and work toward commonality around the world<br /> IEEE<br />17<br />17<br />
    18. 18. Some are not globalized<br />A vision more closely tied to a cultural or geographic area, sharing similar objectives<br />Each focuses on the unique attributes of their regional members<br />SEFI, an organization focused on engineering education applications in Europe <br />FACU, an organization focused on university professor issues in Spain<br />18<br />
    19. 19. Professional Societies<br /> IEEE<br />19<br />
    20. 20. 407,541 members <br />160 countries <br />331 Sections in 10 Geographic Regions worldwide<br />Nearly 2,000 student branches (chapters) in 80 countries<br />125 years of history<br />IEEE Today<br />20<br />
    21. 21. 38 societies and 7 technical councils representing the wide range of technical interests<br />338 affinity groups (non-technical sub-units of one or more Sections or a Council)<br />IEEE is a leading developer of industrial standard with a portfolio of more than 900 active standards and more than 400 standards in development<br />IEEE Today<br />21<br />
    22. 22. IEEE publishes more than 1,000 leading-edge conference proceedings every year<br />Over 100,000 technical professionals whom attend the conferences sponsored or co-sponsored by the IEEE in 73 countries<br />IEEE produces 30% of the world's literature in the electrical and electronics engineering and computer science fields, publishing well over 100 peer-reviewed journals<br />The IEEE Xplore Digital Library provides access to over 2.5 million documents including research articles, standards, transactions and conference publications<br />140 transactions, journals and magazines published annually<br />IEEE Today<br />22<br />
    23. 23. IEEE by Region<br /> IEEE<br />23<br />
    24. 24. 24<br /> IEEE<br />
    25. 25. 25<br /> IEEE<br />
    26. 26. 26<br /> IEEE<br />
    27. 27. 27<br /> IEEE<br />
    28. 28. Why Publishing with IEEE?<br />28<br />IEEE is by far the most-cited publisher in new patents, according to recent studies by 1790 Analytics LLC. IEEE journals and conference proceedings received more than 96,000 patent citations - more than 4 times the number of citations of any other publisher<br />IEEE produces 30% of the world's literature in the electrical and electronics engineering and computer science fields, publishing well over 100 peer-reviewed journals<br /> IEEE<br />
    29. 29. IEEE Xplore Digital Library<br />29<br />The IEEE Xplore Digital Library provides access to over 2.5 million documents including research articles, standards, transactions and conference publications <br />More than 7 million downloads each month<br />More than 1,000 conference proceedings titles are published each year<br />140 transactions, journals and magazines published annually<br />Visit the IEEE Xplore Digital Library <br /> IEEE<br />
    30. 30. IEEE Spectrum Magazine<br />30<br />The official IEEE magazine<br />Has a circulation of over 380,000 engineers worldwide, making it one of the leading science and engineering magazines<br />Covers a wide variety of technical issues and advances in computers, communications and electronics<br /> IEEE<br />
    31. 31. More IEEE Specialized magazines<br /> IEEE<br />31<br />
    32. 32. IEEE Conferences<br />32<br />IEEE publishes more than 1,000 leading-edge conference proceedings every year<br />Over 100,000 technical professionals whom attend the conferences sponsored or co-sponsored by the IEEE in 73 countries<br />The papers are authored by innovators of today's top emerging technologies<br />Most IEEE conferences follow a paper selection process and many have peer-review procedures<br /> IEEE<br />
    33. 33. IEEE Standard Association<br />33<br />IEEE is a leading developer of industrial standard with a portfolio of more than 900 active standards and more than 400 standards in development<br />The IEEE-SA cooperates with standards developing groups throughout the world in preparing standards encompassing areas of interest within the IEEE<br /> IEEE<br />
    34. 34. IEEE<br />34<br />
    35. 35. IEEE<br />35<br />
    36. 36. IEEE Technical Councils<br /> IEEE<br />36<br />IEEE Biometrics Council: to advance and expand IEEE’s role in the field of biometrics technologies<br />IEEE Council on Electronic Design Automation: Its objectives include fostering design automation of electronic circuits and systems at all levels, by means of publications, conferences/workshops and volunteer activities<br />
    37. 37. IEEE Technical Councils<br />37<br />IEEE Sensors Council: The fields of interest are the theory, design, fabrication, manufacturing and application of devices for sensing and transducing physical, chemical, and biological phenomena<br />IEEE Council on Superconductivity: The field of interest are to cover the science and technology of superconductors and their applications<br /> IEEE<br />
    38. 38. IEEE Technical Councils<br />38<br />IEEE Systems Council: This Council integrates IEEE activities regarding aspects of multiple disciplines and specialty areas associated with the engineering of systems<br />IEEE Nanotechnology Council: Thefield of interest are the theory, design, and development of nanotechnology and its scientific, engineering, and industrial applications<br /> IEEE<br />
    39. 39. IEEE Technical Councils<br />39<br />IEEE Technology Management Council: The field of interest of the Council encompasses the management sciences and practices applicable to individuals engaged in or overseeing the management of engineering, technology, innovation, and strategy in a global environment<br /> IEEE<br />
    40. 40. IEEE Affinity Groups <br />40<br />IEEE has 338 affinity groups; non-technical sub-units of one or more Sections or a Council<br />Examples:<br /><ul><li>Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD)
    41. 41. Life Members (LM)
    42. 42. Women in Engineering (WIE)</li></ul> IEEE<br />
    43. 43. Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) <br />41<br />
    44. 44. Life Members (LM) <br />42<br /> IEEE<br />
    45. 45. IEEE Womenin Engineering (WIE)<br />43<br />IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) is the largest international professional organization dedicated to promoting women engineers and scientists<br />The mission of IEEE WIE is to facilitate the recruitment of women in technical disciplines, using their diverse talents to innovate for the benefit of humanity<br /> IEEE<br />
    46. 46. Employment Resources<br />44<br />Search job listings from almost 3,000 employers who have posted their open positions directly on the IEEE Job Site<br />Search academic job listings from institutions worldwide<br /> IEEE<br />
    47. 47. Employment Resources<br />45<br />Search entry-level jobs posted by employers, IEEE Student Branches & the AfterCollege job network<br />Search internship opportunities posted by employers, IEEE Student Branches & the AfterCollege job network<br />Search job listings from all U.S. and Canadian newspaper, niche, magazine, and TV station web sites powered by Adicio Inc.<br /> IEEE<br />
    48. 48. IEEE evolution<br />46<br /> IEEE<br />
    49. 49. The role of Education<br />Important for engineering professional associations<br />Most of the worldwide associations recognize the importance of education:<br />continuing education of members<br />community outreach<br />and education of university students<br />47<br /> IEEE<br />
    50. 50. The role of Education<br />Many IEEE societies and councils provide some degree of transnational continuing education<br />48<br /> IEEE<br />
    51. 51. The role of Education<br /><ul><li>Conferences and journals are two of the most important features attracting professionals to membership in IEEE technical societies
    52. 52. In fact, the special-interest groups of IEEE </li></ul>publish almost one third of the world's literature in the IEEE fields of interest <br />sponsor more than 900 professional events around the world every year!<br />Including internationally recognized continuing education units (CEUs)<br />49<br /> IEEE<br />
    53. 53. The role of Education<br />These events foster interaction <br /> IEEE<br />from different geographical regions and cultures<br />50<br />
    54. 54. IEEE Student branches<br />Student Branches provide an opportunity for student members to begin networking in their areas of interest, and future profession<br />There are nearly 2,000 student branches in 80 countries, at various educational institutions<br /> IEEE<br />51<br />
    55. 55. Attract younger students<br />Is a critical issue for engineering technical societies throughout the world<br />It is essential for the future of the profession to bring the best minds into engineering<br /> IEEE<br />52<br />52<br />
    56. 56. Teacher In Service Program(TSIP)<br />IEEE has centrally coordinated services available to assist educators and students at the pre-university levels:<br />TISP (Teacher In Service Program)<br /><br />Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS)<br /> IEEE<br />53<br />
    57. 57. Attract younger students<br />The Teacher In-Service Program (TISP) provides a professional development workshop for IEEE volunteers to bring exciting hands-on engineering lessons into their classrooms by sharing their real-world experiences with local pre-university teachers<br /> IEEE<br />54<br />
    58. 58.<br />A career discovery product that allows students, parents, and educators to learn about careers in engineering<br /> IEEE<br />55<br />
    59. 59. EPICS program<br />Encourages and supports IEEE members working with youth on projects that help local humanitarian organizations improve the community<br /> IEEE<br />56<br />
    60. 60. IEEE Islands in Second Life<br />It is an online 3-D virtual community where IEEE members gather in a single location<br />These members, known as “island residents,” choose virtual characters, or “avatars,” for themselves that allow them to explore the islands<br />Residents can set up virtual meetings (complete with PowerPoint presentations and video), chat with other members, and more<br /> IEEE<br />57<br />
    61. 61. IEEE Online communities<br />It is a social and professional network for IEEE members <br />It consists of virtual communities which gather members of same interests<br />There are no geographical boundaries or time restrictions allowing you to participate anytime and anywhere through the Internet <br /> IEEE<br />58<br />
    62. 62. Others<br /> IEEE<br />59<br />Visit the today (Internet-based television network) and tune in to where technology comes alive!<br /><ul><li></li></ul>Join the IEEE page on Facebook<br /><ul><li></li></ul>Join the IEEE page on LinkedIn<br /><ul><li></li></li></ul><li>Education<br />The technical-field continuing education and the community outreach provided by the societies are very important to the practicing engineer<br />IEEE Education Society was formed to specifically focus on the science and practice of teaching engineering to university students<br /> IEEE<br />60<br />
    63. 63. IEEE Education Society<br />Vision <br />The IEEE Education Society strives to be the global leader in engineering education<br />Mission<br />The IEEE Education Society is an international organization that promotes, advances, and disseminates state-of-the-art information and resources related to the Society’s field of interest and provides development opportunities for academic, industry, and government professionals<br />61<br />
    64. 64. IEEE Education Society<br />Is a medium-sized society founded as a community in 1957<br />It has nearly 3,500 members that are currently engineering educators or have an interest in engineering education<br /> IEEE<br />62<br />62<br />
    65. 65. IEEE Education Society<br />International membership has grown <br />42% of the members live in the USA<br />32% in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa<br />14% in Asia Pacific<br />9% in Latin America<br />and 3% in Canada<br /><ul><li>The society leadership includes representatives from all around the world</li></ul> IEEE<br />63<br />
    66. 66. The FIELD OF INTEREST is <br />the theory and practice of education <br />educational technology involved in the effective delivery of domain knowledge of all fields within the scope of interest of IEEE<br />Examples: laboratory instruction, curriculum design, distance learning, Web 2.0 learning, pedagogy<br />64<br />IEEE Education Society <br />64<br />
    67. 67. IEEE Education Society<br />Nearly 80 chapters provide local activities to members <br />The governing body of the society coordinates international services and professional development events<br /> IEEE<br />65<br />65<br />
    68. 68. International Cooperation<br />The society plays an important role in international cooperation as shown in its vision:<br />“The IEEE Education Society strives to be the global leader in engineering education”<br />EdSoc is indeed a global community<br /> IEEE<br />66<br />
    69. 69. Professional Development Activities<br />67<br />
    70. 70. EdSoc Peer Reviewed Journals<br />IEEE Transactions on Education [1958]<br />Focus on Field of Interest<br />Pioneering effort that has inspired other refereed Engineering Education Journals<br />IEEE-RITA (Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnologías del Aprendizaje) (Latin-American Learning Technologies Journal) [2006]<br />Focused on Latin America, Spain & Portugal<br />Published quarterly<br />Launched by Spanish Chapter of IEEE Education Society<br />68<br />
    71. 71. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies [2008]<br />Joint publication with IEEE Computer Society<br />Computer technologies used to deliver engineering education to students<br />IEEE Multidisciplinary Engineering Education Magazine (MEEM) [2006]<br />Online student professional journal<br />Published 4 times per year<br />Forum for new engineering educators and students to discuss the challenges facing the next generation of engineering educators <br />69<br />EdSoc Peer Reviewed Journals<br />69<br />
    72. 72. Educators use the journals to:<br /> IEEE<br />70<br />
    73. 73. 40 years of history<br />Vision: Premier forum for computing, engineering, and technology education professionals to:<br />learn best practices and innovations<br />enable better teaching and learning<br />share ideas and foster community<br />600 Participants, 400 Peer Reviewed Papers, Works-in-progress, Workshops & Special Sessions<br />2011 Rapid City, SD / 2012 Seattle, Wa<br />2013 Oklahoma City, OK / 2014 Madrid, Spain<br />71<br />Frontiers in Education<br />71<br />
    74. 74. Annual Global Engineering Education Conference <br />The IEEE EDUCON conference will provide a forum for academic, research and industrial collaboration on global engineering education<br />Sponsored by the IEEE Education Society<br />International audience of 300 participants with <br />70% from Europe (half of them from Spain)<br />20% from the United States <br />10% from the rest of the world (EDUCON 2010)<br />72<br />
    75. 75. ICECE 2009 (Argentina)<br />Intertech 2010 (Brazil)<br />TAEE 2008 (Tecnologías Aplicadas a la Enseñanza de la Electrónica – Technologies Applied to Electronics Teaching) (Spain)<br />TAEE 2010 (Madrid, Spain)<br />FINTDI 2011 (Teruel, Spain)<br />TAEE 2012 (Vigo, Spain)<br />73<br />EdSoc as Technical Co-Sponsor<br />73<br />
    76. 76. 8 prestigious awards to recognize efforts that<br />Improve the Society<br />Improve Engineering Education<br />Region 8 well represented<br />Outstanding Chapter Leadership<br />Edwin C. Jones, Jr. Distinguished Service<br />Distinguished Member<br />Chapter Achievement<br />Distinguished Lecture Program<br />Awards and Recognition<br />74<br />
    77. 77. The importance of IEEE Education Society chapters<br />Chapters are technical units allocated to the IEEE region<br />Spanish Chapter in IEEE Region 8 <br />the largest IEEE Education Society chapter in the world <br />with nearly 200 members<br /> IEEE<br />75<br />
    78. 78. IEEE EdSoc Spanish Chapter<br /> IEEE<br />76<br />
    79. 79. Awards<br />Within the topics of the IEEE Education Society<br />Best Spanish Major Master final work <br />Best Spanish Ph.D.<br /> IEEE<br />77<br />
    80. 80. Other activities<br />Driving force behind the creation of the IEEE-RITA electronic journal <br />Encourages, promotes, and supports educational research and innovative projects<br /> IEEE<br />78<br />
    81. 81. IEEE EdSoc Milwaukee Chapter<br />Organizes and sponsors an annual research and design poster competition <br />Open to undergraduate students that have finished their engineering design project <br />Open to graduate students documenting their masters or doctoral research work<br /> IEEE<br />79<br />79<br />
    82. 82. IEEE Student Branches<br />Student branches are organizational units attached to universities<br />IEEE student branch of UNED is a model of how students can provide continuing education to each other by extending and expanding upon their classroom learning<br /> IEEE<br />80<br />
    83. 83. Geographical Distribution<br /> IEEE<br />6<br />1<br />21<br />15<br />1<br />22<br />3<br />2<br />2<br />1<br />81<br />
    84. 84. Communication and Collaboration<br /> IEEE<br />82<br />82<br />
    85. 85. IEEE Student Branch of UNED<br />Projects <br />SSETI SWARM<br />Bionic hand<br />Cell phone recycling for powering a robot<br /> IEEE<br />83<br />
    86. 86. IEEE Student Branch of UNED<br />Workshops<br />Robotics<br />Open Source SW<br />Web Design<br />Programming<br />Security<br />Networks<br />…<br /> IEEE<br />84<br />84<br />
    87. 87. Other activities<br /> IEEE<br />85<br />Events<br />National Congress of Student Branches<br />Xuventude Galicia 2009 (Robotics)<br />Own publications<br />Digital Journal<br />By and for students<br />85<br />
    88. 88. IEEE Student Branch of UNED<br />Many of them are IEEE Education Society members<br />They are creating an <br />official Education Society <br />Student Branch Chapter<br /> IEEE<br />86<br />
    89. 89. Globalization versus Glocalization<br />A focus on globalization has advantages because the worldwide community works to develop products with commonalities so that they can share those applications and ideas in any part of the world<br />Challenges appears when implementing activities because of cultural, social, or political differences<br /> IEEE<br />87<br />
    90. 90. Globalization vs. Glocalization<br /> IEEE<br />88<br />
    91. 91. Globalization vs. Glocalization<br />Glocalization tries to avoid these challenges by including <br />local cultural information<br />social views<br />low level local management plan in the design of any global product or service <br /> IEEE<br />89<br />89<br />
    92. 92. Glocalization goal<br />Keep focus with the worldwide people grouped in the society<br />The different cultural and local <br />vision can add some unique <br />approaches that are more adjusted <br />to the specific needs of the local <br />group<br /> IEEE<br />90<br />
    93. 93. Glocalization examples<br />TISP - Teacher In-Service Program Training<br />where IEEE is trying to improve the total worldwide number of young students attracted to study engineering <br />based on a "train the trainers" model. It focuses on helping teachers in the secondary level acquire the capacities and competences to introduce engineering in the classroom<br /> IEEE<br />91<br />
    94. 94. TISP<br />General program was initiated and developed inside the IEEE headquarters <br />Plan for the local implementation is developed at the local section site<br />Sharing and adapting at the same time the most successful practices from other geographic areas<br />92<br />92<br />
    95. 95. TISP application<br />United States <br />South Africa<br />In expansion <br />African countries<br />Portugal<br />Spain <br />Saudi Arabia<br /> IEEE<br />93<br />
    96. 96. TISP<br />Local flavor based on their geographical area when developing examples and methods:<br />Some places: Robots (because local industry)<br />Others: Wi-Fi or communications systems<br />Developing countries: infrastructure and food production <br /> IEEE<br />94<br />94<br />
    97. 97. Other uses of TISP<br />Continuing education for <br />senior IEEE members <br />To help them stay current and increase their interest in community service by introducing teachers to new engineering topics<br /> IEEE<br />95<br />
    98. 98. IEEE Emerging Fields<br />Biometrics<br />Digital Rights Management (DRM)<br />Display Technologies<br />Distributed Diagnosis and Home Healthcare<br />Earth Observations<br />Electric Ship<br />Electronic Health Records<br />Electronics Recycling<br />Hydrogen Economy and Alternative Fuels<br />Organic Electronics<br />Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs)<br />Portable Information Devices<br />Remote Sensing<br />RFID<br />Smart Grids<br />Terabit Networks<br />Wind Power<br />Wireless Fidelity – Wi-Fi<br />Fingerprinting<br />
    99. 99. Conclusions<br />In addition to technical knowledge, today's engineering educators must provide students with key knowledge of<br />cultural, social, and political issues <br />needed to succeed in the modern <br />global engineering marketplace<br /> IEEE<br />97<br />97<br />
    100. 100. Conclusions<br />This requires a level of continuing education for teachers<br />International engineering professional societies plan and implement a number of continuing education products that can help educators stay current<br /> IEEE<br />98<br />98<br />
    101. 101. Conclusions<br />As an example, IEEE<br />Publishes standards and best practices published<br />To help educators ensure worldwide continuity<br />In some countries, IEEE plays a role in curriculum design and accreditation<br /> IEEE<br />99<br />99<br />
    102. 102. Conclusions<br />Recruiting and retention programs developed by IEEE help educators learn effective techniques to encourage youth to become engineers <br />So that their country and the world continues to advance<br /> IEEE<br />100<br />100<br />
    103. 103. Conclusions<br />Continuing education products and peer-networking events offered by IEEE and the IEEE Education Society foster interaction between educators by providing forums for discussion and collaboration<br /> IEEE<br />101<br />101<br />
    104. 104. Our goal<br /> Break down transnational educational borders by sharing knowledge and skills<br /> IEEE<br />Questions and Comments ?<br />102<br />
    105. 105.<br />103<br />IEEE and IEEE Education Society and their Participation in Professional Activities<br />Manuel Castro, UNED, IEEE Fellow<br />IEEE Spain Section Chair<br />IEEE Spanish Chapter of the Education Society Founder<br />Education Society Vice-President<br /><br />103<br />
    106. 106. Paper reference<br />ICEUTE 2010 - Co-authors – Susan Lord and Russ Meier (IEEE) >>>>>>>>><br /><br /> IEEE<br />104<br />
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