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Welcome to the university of Prince edward island

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…You’ll do GREAT things Make the University of Prince Edward Island your educational destination and discover the GREAT things that you can do—in your career and in your life. UPEI offers a supportive community of students, faculty, staff, and alumni who will help you explore your options and enjoy opportunities to succeed, here on Prince Edward Island and around the globe. From the moment you decide to come to UPEI, to when you don your graduation robe at Convocation, you’ll be surrounded by professors who love to teach and who know you by name, staff who go the extra mile in helping you find your place in the world, and a tightly knit campus community that takes GREAT pride in your development. UPEI’s unique “first-year experience” will ensure your smooth transition to post-secondary education and be your gateway to continued academic success. And, during O-Week, UPEI’s orientation week for new students, you’ll meet a diverse mix of life-long friends, who like you, are ready to do GREAT things!

Kate is a recent Arts graduate from Ontario and the immediate past president of the UPEI Student Union but was involved in student activities since her first year.  She was a Residence Life Advisor, sports editor for The Cadre, and served on a variety of student and university committees. Kate chose UPEI because of her campus tour, a threehour visit in the pouring rain, during which she had a massive grin on her face from start to finish. She knew it wasn’t just that UPEI had the right programs and class sizes, but she felt this university had the right people to help cultivate her interests and talents.

“I’m learning from the best, in a welcoming environment filled with so many opportunities. I’ve developed leadership skills that I will use throughout my career, for the rest of my life. I wouldn’t be who I am right now without UPEI believing and investing in me.”

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Welcome to the “Island” Prince Edward Island (PEI) or the “Island” as it’s often called, is Canada’s smallest province but offers GREAT hospitality and a hearty welcome to visitors and newcomers. Located on the east coast in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, PEI features all the amenities you need— restaurants, pubs, cultural venues, entertainment, recreation, and shopping—but its cities, towns, and villages also have an excellent reputation for safety and a GREAT quality of life. Serviced by a regional airport with regular flights to Montreal, Toronto, and Halifax with connections around the world; a 13-km (8-mile) bridge to New Brunswick; and a seasonal ferry service to Nova Scotia, PEI is accessible by air, water, and car! Prince Edward Island is in the Atlantic Time Zone, which is UTC-4 hours. When it is noon on the Island, it is 8:00 am in Vancouver; 10:00 am in Chicago; 11:00 am in Toronto, Montréal, Boston and New York; 4:00 pm in London; 6:00 pm in Cairo; and midnight in Hong Kong. PEI historically depended on the land and the sea for its primary industries—agriculture, fisheries and tourism—but now its economy is diversifying quickly in growth industries such as aerospace, bioscience (including agriculture and fisheries), information technology, and renewable energy. With its beautiful beaches and coastline, scenic family farms, and an Island-wide hiking and biking trail plus the vibrancy, industry, and modern conveniences of a larger community, the Island is a favourite tourist, business, and educational destination. UPEI is located in PEI’s capital city of Charlottetown and is within walking distance to downtown. Home to approximately 4,400 students, the 140-acre campus is friendly, safe, and easy to navigate. A year-round farmers’ market is across the street from campus, and you’re never far from the shore! country’s ate its pl ace in our In 2014, PEI will cel ebr niversary of the sion of the 150th an ca oc e th on ry to his da . That ’s why the creation of Cana mee ting that led to d the ’s capital cit y, is coine Charlotte town, PEI eder ation.” “Birthplace of Conf

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UPEI overVIEW The University of Prince Edward Island combines teaching excellence with research innovation, steeped in the traditions of more than 200 years of higher education. UPEI students can choose from a variety of quality, relevant undergraduate programs and work alongside their professors, researching areas such as animal and human health, nutrisciences, bio-resources, and economic and environmental sustainability, to name a few. With 14 per cent of our student body from approximately 60 countries other than Canada, UPEI celebrates diversity, inclusivity, and supports international students. And, while UPEI provides opportunities for global and active learning experiences right in the classroom, students can also study abroad at partner universities; gain experience through co-operative education placements, practicums, and internships; and participate in case competitions and research with real-world applications.

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Enrollment headcount, 4335; full-time equivalent, 3999 Average (median) undergraduate class size 17 Student/Faculty ratio 15.7 ........................................................................................................................................................... Scholarships and awards $5.4 million ........................................................................................................................................................... Permanent and term Faculty 285 3M National Teaching Fellowships 5 Funded research chairs 1 Canada Excellence Research Chair, 5 Canada Research Chairs, 8 endowed chairs ........................................................................................................................................................... Student origin 67% from PEI, 19% from other Canadian provinces, 14% International International student profile 598 students from approximately 60 countries ........................................................................................................................................................... School mascot Pride, the Panther School colours Green and white, rust and gold School motto Fides Scientia Beneficium or “Faith, Knowledge, Service” ........................................................................................................................................................... Number of varsity teams 9 Academic All-Canadian student-athletes 73 ........................................................................................................................................................... Campus size 140 acres ........................................................................................................................................................... Founding institutions St. Dunstan’s University and Prince of Wales College Alumni profile over 22,000 in over 50 countries ...........................................................................................................................................................

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A GREAT place to live Living the Residence Experience Living in residence means getting involved, making new friends, and having lots of fun. It also means getting help when you need it, participating in exciting residence events, and making the most of your time at university. You won’t have to buy furniture, hunt down your landlords, commute in bad weather, or worry about gas prices. Focus on school and let us take care of the details!

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» Close to class, the Library, and Sports Centre » All-I-care-to-eat meal plans, unlimited access until 10 pm (healthy food!) » No extra bills » Residence life advisors are great! » Free tutoring and workshops for first-years » 24-hour security » The events!


…and Play Show your Panther Pride It’s easy to stay healthy and active at UPEI when you have access to great sport and recreational facilities. With our state-of-the art fitness centre, artificial turf field, first-class CARI Aquatics Facility and MacLauchlan Arena, and national-calibre track and field venue (UPEI Alumni Canada Games Place), UPEI boasts some of the best sport infrastructure in Canada. As a result, UPEI has hosted major regional and national sport competitions. You can show your Panther Pride by staying fit and enjoying a myriad of fitness class offerings; playing recreational and club sports in the gym, in the courts, at the rink, or on the fields; or cheering on your Panthers at a varsity game with a group of friends! In 2012–13, UPEI had a record 73 Academic All-Canadian athletes playing in nine Panther sports: men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, women’s rugby, men’s and women’s hockey, women’s field hockey, and swimming. Along with PRIDE, our Panther mascot, our student-athletes are proud of their home turf, while doing GREAT things in and outside the classroom.

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Go Global! UPEI may be located on a small island, but that doesn’t stop you from going global! You can design your own study-abroad programs in countries such as China, Korea, France, Finland, Sweden, Mexico, Australia, and Japan—to name just a few. UPEI has 21 exchange partnerships in 40 countries, allowing students to study internationally while earning UPEI credits and paying UPEI tuition. (Note: You must have completed first year with at least a 70 per cent average.) UPEI also provides opportunities for an international experience right in your own classroom or program: by interacting with classmates from around the world; through participating in the many international internships, placements, practicums, and competitions available; or by taking courses that focus on the politics, religion, languages, education, art, history, and economics of other cultures. Students can increase multicultural awareness by volunteering with international student support programs, including the Buddy Program, Students for Literacy, and the Ambassador Family Program.

Dylan is completing his honours degree in English and lives in Stratford, PEI. When he started at UPEI, he characterized himself as being shy, but because of his participation in international exchanges and the encouragement he has received from professors to get involved in essay competitions, he feels each activity has increased his confidence and has made him the outgoing person he is today. Dylan spent six months at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia and six months at Korea University in Seoul, South Korea. He is currently volunteering with the UPEI International Buddy Program—helping international students at UPEI feel at home. He is particularly close with several Korean students as he is well on his way in becoming fluent in their language. “When faced with choosing between Australia and Korea for a student exchange, I didn’t and instead chose both! International exchanges have broadened my experience and opened my mind to so many different ways of thinking; I now have so many possibilities.” 8


The World is Here! The entire campus celebrates our diversity and inclusivity by welcoming our international students who come to UPEI from over 60 countries. We support our incoming students with everything from learning English and study help, to helping them make new friends and adjust to life on Prince Edward Island.

» Dedicated international student orientation activities take place in September and January. Students beginning in September also have access to the First-Year Advisement Centre and participate in O-Week.

» International advisors and UPEI student ambassadors assist students to adjust academically and culturally.

» The International Student Connections ‘Buddy’ Program matches new and returning students to ensure a smooth transition

» UPEI’s English Academic Preparation (EAP) program is available for students who need help improving their English-language skills.

For details, email inte@upei.ca

Munyal is a fourth-year biology major who dreams of becoming a doctor and feels that UPEI is helping to make it happen. From Nigeria, Munyal discovered UPEI through a friend who had been recruited here, and after travelling halfway around the world to study in Canada, she does not regret her decision at all. In fact, this recipient of a Commonwealth Scholarship has already convinced her sister to transfer to UPEI from a large university in Great Britain! She holds three jobs on campus but still finds time to give back by volunteering with UPEI’s International Buddy Program, the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and at the QEH Hospital. Munyal credits much of her success at UPEI to the individual support she’s received from international and career counsellors on campus as well as from her professors.

“In my new home, in Prince Edward Island, I’m experiencing a quality education delivered by award-winning professors, who know me by name.”

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Faculty of Arts

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A Bachelor of Arts offers a multitude of opportunities from a wide range of disciplines. It equips you with all the tools you need to excel in today’s knowledge-based job market— analytical and communication skills, critical-thinking capabilities, research expertise, and creativity—all of which provide an excellent foundation for launching a career and making a meaningful contribution to the world. Innovative, collaborative, and student-centred, the Faculty of Arts is home to three 3M National Teaching Fellows and programming from music to modern languages; from English to political studies—and so much more!

Diverse learning opportunities outside the classroom are many, and include: The first-year advantage: a learning community in which students investigate a particular theme, from different perspectives, including academic approaches related to learning, academic goals, and co-curricular and extra-curricular opportunities. Service learning projects in community settings to observe and write about connections between formal psychology and “real-world” experiences. Opportunities to be involved in diverse research areas: Christianity & culture, history, and interdisciplinary research in singing, to highlight a few. Agreements for travel and study with universities abroad: e.g. Spain, Malta, Australia, the Caribbean, Egypt, South Africa, and Japan.

School of Business

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In today’s economic climate, employers look for critical thinkers who can identify and address business issues. At the School of Business, we provide a solid, broadbased foundation by introducing you to marketing, human resource management, finance, accounting, and operations management. You can concentrate in these or other areas such as, entrepreneurship, and international business. Our dedicated faculty and staff maintain strong ties with the business community and professional associations, ensuring that you are learning relevant concepts and practices for the competitive global market. UPEI business students demonstrate the power of their education through wideranging successes. Our accounting students consistently rank highly in the Canadian Accounting Uniform Final Exams. Students on our case teams have earned several firsts in national and international competitions. Individual students have won prestigious awards and recognitions. Our graduates succeed, becoming, innovators, entrepreneurs, and business leaders in their chosen fields. 10

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Evidence-based management—where knowledge informs practice Using evidence to inform management decisions is key to success. Knowledge of existing research and the quest for new knowledge are vital to all aspects of business. Our programs give you direct access to business leaders and research opportunities so that you can gain real-world insight. Co-operative education opportunities While building your résumé, gaining work experience, and developing professional skills, selfconfidence, and independence, the Co-op program allows students to apply the theoretical to practical business situations—plus, you can also earn a salary to help finance your education! Exchanges around the world Business opportunities occur everywhere. Our agreements with other organizations provide you with academic and global work exchanges—great opportunities to experience new cultures and international business, and to meet new people.

Faculty of Education

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The Faculty of Education offers bachelor degree, certificate, and graduate programs that promote environmental responsibility and sustainability, and foster inclusiveness, cooperation, and collaboration—invaluable skills in today’s educational settings and in many other careers. Faculty members are caring and supportive, committed to making positive change in the world through education. The Bachelor of Education program at UPEI has undergone some exciting changes! The new program, set to begin in the fall of 2014, has been re-organized in order to allow its graduates to be more marketable and competitive when seeking jobs. The new one-year BEd program features a major shift to create a heightened student experience. Pre-service teachers will take K–12-based courses designed to expose them to the full gamut of learning opportunities for all children in schools. They will spend time in the Kindergarten and high school classroom, gymnasium, principal’s office, and at home and school association meetings, etc. Students will gain a more complete understanding of this total experience, and, by examining the culture of school and schooling, their views on education will be leading edge. Students are ready for the classroom thanks to the lengthy practicum—20 weeks, among the longest in the country, and practical courses that enable graduates to adapt to a multitude of educational environments. Graduates are known for their high calibre skillset and are well received by principals and employers.

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All applicants to the one-year degree program are required to have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. The faculty accepts 75 students a year based on a combination of good grades and practical experience working with students. The one-year Bachelor of Education with specializations in international, indigenous, and adult education, a BEd focused on teaching French second language, and a BEd in Human Resource Development all promote creative and effective teaching and learning using the latest technologies.

School of Nursing

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Our School of Nursing has a well-deserved reputation for providing an excellent evidencebased education and challenging and diverse clinical experiences, all designed to nurture competent, compassionate, and caring health-care professionals. Grounded in a primary health-care philosophy and approach, the School focuses on wellness promotion and disease prevention, and caring for patients who are well and those who are ill.

Highly competitive Nursing accepts 60 students each year. An accelerated program, intended for applicants with a university degree who wish to become professional nurses, accepts an additional 14 students per year. In fall 2011, we accepted our first cohort of students for our Master of Nursing program with a nurse practitioner as well as thesis stream. Small classes Because classes are small, you get to know the faculty—and they get to know you—making for supportive, spirited, creative learning. Clinical placement choices Nursing opens doors to many careers in the health-care system— traditional hospitals and nursing-care settings, public policy, research, and program development. If you’re interested in travel and nursing, we offer clinical placements through international exchange programs.

Faculty of Science

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If you liked science in high school, you’ll LOVE science at UPEI! Whether your passion is biological sciences, physics, family science, nutrition, kinesiology, engineering, computer science, mathematics, chemistry, environmental studies, or psychology, the Faculty of Science has a wealth of options to choose from. We offer a creative blend of programs that will develop your critical-thinking 12

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skills and provide you with hands-on learning opportunities.In the UPEI Faculty of Science, our strong focus on developing a personal experience for our students, in the classroom or in a teaching or research laboratory setting, is a point of pride. This is science at its best—a cycle of learning and analysis leading us to answers and better questions. This is science at UPEI.

Student-centred environment Our state-of-the-art labs, small classes, and friendly, approachable professors help create a collegial, student-centred environment, giving you the grounding to pursue innovative research, win national awards, and go on to become leaders in the scientific community. Program options Our Co-operative Education programs in Physics and Computer Science help you apply what you’ve learned in the classroom through on-the-job placements—and can also help you finance your education. Our dietetic internship program allows you to meet the professional requirements to become a registered dietitian. We also offer applied degrees in Radiography, Child and Family Studies, and Wildlife Conservation. Standouts! Check out our video game programming specialization in Computer Science, or consider our Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. Our two-year Engineering diploma program provides a topquality preparation for students who want to complete further engineering studies—and a brand new, unique degree program in Design Engineering begins in 2014.

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

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If you are a high-school student interested in veterinary medicine, UPEI’s pre-veterinary stream within the Faculty of Science allows you to meet the course requirements for admission to UPEI’s doctor of veterinary medicine program at the Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC), one of five veterinary colleges in Canada and the only institution in Atlantic Canada. The pre-vet stream is a structured selection of undergraduate courses from various disciplines within the sciences. Pre-vet students participate in a variety of activities such as information sessions and presentations by professors who teach at AVC. Students who enter the preveterinary stream are not guaranteed entry into the DVM program. However, you can declare a major within science after two years, and complete that major within four. AVC has one of the smallest class sizes (60 students per year) and one of the lowest student-faculty ratios in North America. Admission to its four-year DVM program is highly competitive. We encourage potential students to consult the veterinary admissions section of UPEI’s Academic Calendar for a complete description of requirements.

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Admission Requirements Canadian high school students UPEI recognizes a strong academic performance at the high school level as an indicator for university success. Applicants must provide necessary official documentation to meet UPEI’s admission requirements.

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70% minimum cumulative in five grade 12 academic subjects: English, math*, 2 science subjects, and 1 course from any academic area; ENGINEERING 70% minimum cumulative in five grade 12 academic subjects: English, math, chemistry, physics, and 1 course from any academic area. No mark can be lower than 65%.

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International Students International students must have 12 years of elementary and secondary education and a Senior Secondary Certificate, Higher School Certificate, or matriculation as defined by their home country. The language of instruction at UPEI is English. All academically admissible applicants, regardless of their country of origin, are required to demonstrate competence in English prior to undertaking full-time credit studies. at have high ience course s th sc ry to uc od tr cific in Ca na dian High programs for spe ce . Refer to the a/ in .c ei ov up pr to by r ry fe va (Re iremen ts ou t admission sit es . * Math requ to le arn more ab t ui eq ar er ch pr ol ol ho ho sc sc ei.c a/high nc y Ch ar t at up ince /t erri tory.) School Equiva le ts for your prov en em requir

Money Matters Scholarships & Awards When it comes to celebrating student achievement, UPEI has always had a strong tradition, offering over 700 scholarships and awards to students. We are proud to recognize their academic success and contributions to community, as well as provide financial aid through a year-round, comprehensive awards program for undergraduate and graduate students.

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Celebrating Student Achievement Beginning with the September 2014 semester, students* entering UPEI directly from high school will be guaranteed an entrance scholarship based on their Grade 12 average through our Celebrating Student Achievement undergraduate scholarship program that is both renewable and “stackable” with other awards:

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Average ` Guaranteed Entrance Scholarship 80.00–84.99 $500 85.00–89.99 $1000 90.00–94.99 $2000 95.00–100.00 $3000

Students entering their first year will also be eligible for over 50 named, donation-based entrance scholarships (a number of which are full-tuition, renewable awards) and for the George Coles Bursary ($2200), offered to PEI residents. So apply before March 1 to ensure you are considered for all awards!

*conditions apply, visit upei.ca/scholarships for details

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Student Loans We can help answer your questions about student loan programs, but you can also visit campusaccess.com for information about the provincial student loan program, or hrsdc.gc.ca about the Canada Student Loan program. Contact the UPEI financial aid advisor at (902) 628-4382. ....................................................................................................................................................................................

Tuition, Books, and Fees (September 2013–April 2014) Tuition $5,360 (based on 10 courses—5 per term—in a regular undergraduate program. Tuition is $536 per course.) Fees $612 Books $1,000 (estimated) Health Plan $247 (single) (includes vision care) / Dental Plan $155 Total $7,374 (two terms)

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Residence Costs (September 2013–April 2014) Residence $8,450 (based on a furnished, double room, including all food and utilities, and a 7-day unlimited meal plan) Fees accurate at time of printing. For a more complete listing, or for international student tuition and fees, visit upei.ca/fees 15


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Step 1 Apply for undergraduate programs online using a credit card at upei.ca/apply or you can print the application form and send it by mail (application processing fee is $50–$100, depending on the program). To review course options, see UPEI’s Academic Calendar at upei.ca/programsandcourses Step 2 Make sure your official transcript is sent directly from your high school, college, or university to the Registrar’s Office. Step 3 Make sure that your high school transcripts reach the Registrar’s Office, and that your application fee is paid in full by March 1, to ensure that you are considered for all entrance scholarships (conditions apply). If March 1 falls on a weekend or statutory holiday, the deadline moves to the next business day.

Use your college diploma to graduate with a valuable university degree! Do you have a college diploma but always wanted a university degree? UPEI partners with Holland College on over 30 transfer and articulation agreements to provide degree pathways to graduates of specific college programs. Minimum criteria must be met, but Holland College diploma graduates are eligible to apply for admission and credit transfer to a number of UPEI degree programs. To learn more, visit upei.ca/transfer.

International baccalaureate (IB) students are welcome! IB students are eligible to apply to UPEI with a diploma score of 24 or higher (grades below 3 are not accepted) and must satisfy the admission criteria of the faculty of choice. UPEI offers IB-dedicated scholarships and awards, as well as credit recognition for IB course work. UPEI awards a full year of credit (10 courses, each at 3 credit-hours) to students with an IB diploma with a score of 28 or higher (additional criteria). Individual, higher level (HL) subjects completed with grades of 4 (unless otherwise noted) or higher on official IB HL exams could be considered for individual transfer credit. UPEI hosted its first annual IB Boot Camp in 2012. For more information on IB admissions, visit upei.ca/ib

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International Students International students are encouraged to submit their application six to eight months before the start of the semester in which they wish to begin their studies. Later applications are welcome if students feel they will be able to obtain their student visas in time for the requested intake date.

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Learn more—Who will help me succeed? First-year Advisement—Ask us anything!  Meet with an advisor, explore your program options, ask questions. To book a session, email studenthelp@upei.ca or call 1-800-606-UPEI. We are here to help you do GREAT things!

Facebook and Twitter  Like us at facebook.com/UniversityofPEI so you can connect with other students. Follow us on Twitter at UPEI and find events, student jobs on campus, and ask questions.

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Societies, Clubs, and Activities  Go to societies.upeisu.ca to find out about student societies, clubs, and events.

Scholarships, Awards, and Bursaries  At UPEI, there is access to more than $5.4 million throughout the school year. We’ve recently revamped our program and are excited to offer automatic entrance scholarships. See upei.ca/scholarships for the details!

Resources and Support  Visit upei.ca/webster to find out about great study and writing programs. Check out upei.ca/studentlife for academic advice, career planning, and one-on-one support.

Athletics and Recreation  Work out at our state-of-the-art fitness centre, sign up for a class or intramurals, and cheer on the Panthers! gopanthersgo.ca

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