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1 GRAPHIC DESIGN TECHNOLOGY Associate in Applied Science: 91 Credit Hours Prior Learning Assessment Opportunities Course GRD 1133 Basic Drawing GRD 1143 Basic Design MMT 1113 Introduction to 3D MMT 2423 Introduction to Web Design VIS 1123 InDesign Publishing I VIS 1343 Digital Illustration VIS 1373 Digital Imaging Credit Hours Approved Industry or Third Party Assessment(s) Industry Assessment + Skills Assessment (SA) Institutional Challenge Exam WCE = Written Challenge Exam SA = Skills Assessment Approved for Portfolio Submission 3 n/a n/a n/a YES 3 n/a n/a n/a YES 3 n/a n/a WCE (70% minimum score) + SA (80% minimum score) 3 n/a n/a WCE (70% minimum score) + SA (80% minimum score) 3 n/a n/a WCE (70% minimum score) + SA (80% minimum score) 3 n/a n/a WCE (70% minimum score) + SA (80% minimum score) 3 n/a n/a WCE (70% minimum score) + SA (80% minimum score) YES YES YES YES YES Written Challenge Exam will be administered through the OSUIT Assessment Center. To schedule an exam, or call Although not required, it is recommended that you visit with an advisor in your program area prior to testing. School of Visual Communications osuit.edu/viscom Note: This is a live document and is subject to change. Check with an advisor for the most recent version. Revised August 4, 2015

2 Accelerate your Education at OSUIT through Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Why is PLA Important? What Do I Need to Know? Prior learning credit is based upon demonstration of your knowledge and skills gained through training and experience. You can gain these skills in many ways, such as technical and on-the-job training, workshops, military training, community service, volunteer work, seminars, travel, and independent study. It SAVES You TIME OSUIT offers many options through which you may earn prior learning credit, including national tests and certifications, institutional challenge exams, and portfolio reviews. You must apply to be a degree-seeking student at OSUIT before you ask for a prior learning assessment. You will only receive prior learning credit for coursework that is applicable to your declared major at OSUIT. You must successfully complete 12 or more semester hours of college credit-bearing course work through OSUIT before any prior learning credit that you earn will be placed on your OSUIT transcript. It SAVES You MONEY I m Interested, Where Do I Start? APPLY to OSU Institute of Technology! osuit.edu/admissions REVIEW the Prior Learning Assessment opportunities available for the OSUIT degree(s) that interest you. osuit.edu/pla IDENTIFY the courses that align with your knowledge and skill set and review the course description and learning objectives. (We recommend that you meet with a degree advisor to discuss your options.) GATHER your evidence if you are requesting PLA through industry certifications or portfolio review. Certifications, your resume, training records, letters from former employers, and samples of your work are great things to include! You can earn COLLEGE CREDIT for what you ALREADY KNOW It puts you on a FAST TRACK to your CAREER STUDY the course material if you are taking an institutional challenge exam. You only get one chance to pass it, so make sure you re prepared! CONTACT OSUIT s PLA Coordinator for guidance along the way. We re here to help! or

3 GRD 1133 BASIC DRAWING Course Assessment Guidelines DEPARTMENT CONTACTS: COURSE DESCRIPTION: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: RESOURCES: James McCullough Dean, School of Visual Communications Basic Drawing is the start of an ongoing exploration of drawing skills as they relate to the Graphic Design field. Beginning studies deal with the principles of linear perspective and the use of light and shadow. Through sketching, students will look for line, tone, and texture. Subjects include still life Studies, and outdoor sketches. Theory/Lab. 1) Use the internet, library, publications, books, manuals, etc. to research industry specific terms, practices, techniques. 2) Employ field trips and visitations to industry vendors, studios, agencies, museums and exhibits. 3) The ability to demonstrate and apply the theory of linear perspective to drawings in both mechanical and freehand methods. 4) The ability to employ the theories of tone and value when drawing and creating images. 5) Demonstrate the ability to model the forms three-dimensionally and to apply the correct light and shadow to them. 6) The ability to compose when generating quick sketches for the purpose of visualizing ideas used in the planning process for all of the courses in the curriculum. 7) Understand the importance of attendance as a job-related skill. Pencil Drawing by David Lewis ISBN The Sketch in Color by Robert Oliver ISBN Pencil Sketching by Thomas C. Wang ISBN

4 EVALUATION: PLA Assessment Fee: No Charge (Valid until September 1, 2016) Mastery of course learning objectives may be evaluated utilizing any one of the prior learning assessment options identified by a check mark below. OPTION A INDUSTRY OR THIRD PARTY ASSESSMENT(S) OPTION B PORTFOLIO REVIEW Contact department for guidelines and additional information. OPTION C OSUIT INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE EXAM WRITTEN CHALLENGE EXAM Passing Score: Calculator Needed? Number of Questions: Format: Essay Matching Multiple Choice Short Answer True/False SKILLS ASSESSMENT Must pass written challenge exam or provide the following industry credential before requesting skills assessment: Passing Score: Description: NOTES: Individual must be admitted as a degree-seeking student at OSUIT to receive prior learning credit. Student must successfully complete 12 or more semester hours of college credit-bearing course work at OSUIT before prior learning credit will be placed on the OSUIT transcript. There will be a $5/credit hour advanced standing fee for all prior learning credit earned through the PLA evaluation process. This fee will be charged to the student s bursar account when the courses are placed on the student s transcript. All credit earned through prior learning assessment will be designated with a neutral grade of passing (P) on the OSUIT transcript. No more than 75% of a degree may be awarded through a combination of prior learning assessment and transfer credit. OSUIT will only award prior learning credit for coursework that is applicable to the student s declared major at OSUIT.

5 GRD 1143 BASIC DESIGN Course Assessment Guidelines DEPARTMENT CONTACTS: COURSE DESCRIPTION: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: RESOURCES: James McCullough Dean, School of Visual Communications The study of design elements and principles, as well as foundation design including shape, form, and line. Theory/Lab. 1) Use the internet, library, publications, books, manuals, etc. to research industry-specific terms, practices, techniques, mediums, media, resources, and trends. 2) Employ field trips and visitations to industry vendors, studios, agencies, museums and exhibits. 3) Analyze appropriate language that is specific to the industry. 4) Employ the foundations of design such as the elements and principles of design. 5) Employ thumbnails, sketches, layouts, comprehensives, storyboards, illustrations, imagery, photography, typography, copy, logos, design marks, colors, and/or styles. 6) Develop design concepts and styles appropriate to the idea. 7) Create unique design solutions suitable for presentation. 8) Analyze historical art styles/periods and demonstrate their influences on graphic and advertising design. 9) Apply an understanding of the origins and future of graphic design in Western culture. 10) Analyze the relationships between design of today and historic design. 11) Analyze the effects of cultural changes on the graphic design industry. 12) Display a depth of understanding of the field of graphic design that will assist in critical thinking and creative application. 13) Demonstrate design ability utilizing artistic, political and cultural information. Design Basics, 6th Edition David Lauer and Stephen Pentak ISBN

6 EVALUATION: PLA Assessment Fee: No Charge (Valid until September 1, 2016) Mastery of course learning objectives may be evaluated utilizing any one of the prior learning assessment options identified by a check mark below. OPTION A INDUSTRY OR THIRD PARTY ASSESSMENT(S) OPTION B PORTFOLIO REVIEW Contact department for guidelines and additional information. OPTION C OSUIT INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE EXAM WRITTEN CHALLENGE EXAM Passing Score: Calculator Needed? Number of Questions: Format: Essay Matching Multiple Choice Short Answer True/False SKILLS ASSESSMENT Must pass written challenge exam or provide the following industry credential before requesting skills assessment: Passing Score: Description: NOTES: Individual must be admitted as a degree-seeking student at OSUIT to receive prior learning credit. Student must successfully complete 12 or more semester hours of college credit-bearing course work at OSUIT before prior learning credit will be placed on the OSUIT transcript. There will be a $5/credit hour advanced standing fee for all prior learning credit earned through the PLA evaluation process. This fee will be charged to the student s bursar account when the courses are placed on the student s transcript. All credit earned through prior learning assessment will be designated with a neutral grade of passing (P) on the OSUIT transcript. No more than 75% of a degree may be awarded through a combination of prior learning assessment and transfer credit. OSUIT will only award prior learning credit for coursework that is applicable to the student s declared major at OSUIT.

7 MMT 1113 INTRODUCTION TO 3D Course Assessment Guidelines DEPARTMENT CONTACTS: COURSE DESCRIPTION: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: James McCullough Dean, School of Visual Communications Students are introduced to basic 3D design software and learn fundamental techniques to model objects, environments, and characters; and utilize primitive elements to build more sophisticated pieces. Proper procedure, workflow, modeling tools, texture mapping, and basic lighting to create 3D models are covered. Theory/Lab. 1) Use Macintosh and PC Computers. 2) Use Adobe Photoshop. 3) Use Maya and/or Blender. 4) Analyze the appropriate technology source(s) for each project. 5) Output file formats for use in other mediums. 6) Employ industry standards and techniques. 7) Develop efficient file management and work habits. 8) Create correct, effective, and appropriate media. 9) Write output documentation, and time tracking for billing. 10) Deliver quality design solutions and outputs. 11) Use the internet, library, publications, books, manuals, etc. to research industry specific terms, practices, techniques, mediums, media, software, resources, services, positions, standards and trends. 12) Employ field trips and visitations to industry vendors, studios, agencies, museums, exhibits, clubs and organizations. 13) Analyze appropriate language specific to each sector of the industry. 14) Write organized and well developed project plan. 15) Employ brainstorming, research, analysis, design and strategic thinking. 16) Develop well defined 3D model that is targeted to the appropriate audience/clientele. 17) Analyze conceptualized design strategies and solutions. 18) Create effective, correct and appropriate references. 19) Present and deliver quality 3D model(s). RESOURCES: Maya 2014 or later

8 EVALUATION: PLA Assessment Fee: No Charge (Valid until September 1, 2016) Mastery of course learning objectives may be evaluated utilizing any one of the prior learning assessment options identified by a check mark below. OPTION A INDUSTRY OR THIRD PARTY ASSESSMENT(S) OPTION B PORTFOLIO REVIEW Contact department for guidelines and additional information. OPTION C OSUIT INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE EXAM (Must pass written exam and skills assessment for course credit.) WRITTEN CHALLENGE EXAM OSUIT Assessment Center Passing Score: 80% Calculator Needed? 2 ½ Hours No Number of Questions: 45 Format: Essay Matching Multiple Choice Short Answer True/False SKILLS ASSESSMENT School of Visual Communications Must pass written challenge exam before requesting skills assessment. Passing Score: 80% Description: 2 ½ Hours This hands-on skills assessment will evaluate an individual s ability to create a 3D model using the software Maya. Performance will be measured based upon the following criteria: project completion; accuracy of observation and scale; correct use of Project, Outliner, Channel Box & Hypershade; naming conventions; and use of various tools including (but not limited to) Extrude, Bevel, Split Polygon, Insert Edge Loops, Merging Vertices, and Bridge. NOTES: Individual must be admitted as a degree-seeking student at OSUIT to receive prior learning credit. Student must successfully complete 12 or more semester hours of college credit-bearing course work at OSUIT before prior learning credit will be placed on the OSUIT transcript. There will be a $5/credit hour advanced standing fee for all prior learning credit earned through the PLA evaluation process. This fee will be charged to the student s bursar account when the courses are placed on the student s transcript. All credit earned through prior learning assessment will be designated with a neutral grade of passing (P) on the OSUIT transcript. No more than 75% of a degree may be awarded through a combination of prior learning assessment and transfer credit. OSUIT will only award prior learning credit for coursework that is applicable to the student s declared major at OSUIT.

9 MMT 2423 INTRODUCTION TO WEB DESIGN Course Assessment Guidelines DEPARTMENT CONTACTS: COURSE DESCRIPTION: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: RESOURCES: James McCullough Dean, School of Visual Communications An introduction to the basic concepts of web site design and production. Students are introduced to basic web production software, and utilize the Internet as a source for research and teaching/learning delivery. Students produce and maintain a personal online web site. Theory/Lab. Corequisite: VIS ) Use electronic and web software and hand skills for production processes. 2) Use browser screen ruler for web production. 3) Write content such as body copy, sub-heads, headlines and call to action. 4) Employ design and layout skills to traditional print and electronic media. 5) Employ design and layout skills to the web and handheld devices. 6) Develop production skills, reproduction accuracy and production efficiency. 7) Employ RGB color models for web processes. 8) Analyze and rationalize media types and placements. 9) Create precise industry specific examples. CSS: The Missing Manual, Second Edition (Paperback) Author: David Sawyer McFarland ISBN TextMate, Power Editing for the Mac Author: James Edward Gray II ISBN X

10 EVALUATION: PLA Assessment Fee: No Charge (Valid until September 1, 2016) Mastery of course learning objectives may be evaluated utilizing any one of the prior learning assessment options identified by a check mark below. OPTION A INDUSTRY OR THIRD PARTY ASSESSMENT(S) OPTION B PORTFOLIO REVIEW Contact department for guidelines and additional information. OPTION C OSUIT INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE EXAM (Must pass written exam and skills assessment for course credit.) WRITTEN CHALLENGE EXAM OSUIT Assessment Center Passing Score: 70% Calculator Needed? 2 Hours No Number of Questions: 50 Format: Essay Matching Multiple Choice Short Answer True/False SKILLS ASSESSMENT School of Visual Communications Must pass written challenge exam before requesting skills assessment. Passing Score: 80% Description: 2 ½ Hours This hands-on skills assessment will evaluate an individual s ability to create a HTML5 web page using external CSS files to structure and style a web page per the instructor s specifications. Performance will be measured based upon the following criteria: ability to properly create, nest, and structure an HTML5 file to create a wireframe; correctly style and structure a CSS file to define elements and div s; follow procedures related to files, folders, and structure; and ability to produce an HTML5 file that validates and views correctly in Firefox. NOTES: Individual must be admitted as a degree-seeking student at OSUIT to receive prior learning credit. Student must successfully complete 12 or more semester hours of college credit-bearing course work at OSUIT before prior learning credit will be placed on the OSUIT transcript. There will be a $5/credit hour advanced standing fee for all prior learning credit earned through the PLA evaluation process. This fee will be charged to the student s bursar account when the courses are placed on the student s transcript. All credit earned through prior learning assessment will be designated with a neutral grade of passing (P) on the OSUIT transcript. No more than 75% of a degree may be awarded through a combination of prior learning assessment and transfer credit. OSUIT will only award prior learning credit for coursework that is applicable to the student s declared major at OSUIT.

11 VIS 1123 INDESIGN PUBLISHING I Course Assessment Guidelines DEPARTMENT CONTACTS: COURSE DESCRIPTION: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: RESOURCES: James McCullough Dean, School of Visual Communications Students are introduced to the Macintosh operating system, file management, basic typography and desktop printer output. A basic overview of industry appropriate applications is covered. Theory/Lab. 1) Use Macintosh Computer. 2) Use Adobe InDesign. 3) Employ industry standards and techniques. 4) Develop efficient file management and work habits. 5) Create correct, effective, and appropriate media. 6) Use software and/or hand skills to create professional typography. 7) Use measuring devices such as the ruler, pica pole and E-scale. 8) Employ different units of measure, typographical rules and page layout skills. My imac (Yosemite Edition) John Ray QUE Press, ISBN # 10: InDesign CC Visual Quickstart Guide Sandee Cohen Peachpit Press, ISBN # Ruler with inches, pica pole, and E-scale.

12 EVALUATION: PLA Assessment Fee: No Charge (Valid until September 1, 2016) Mastery of course learning objectives may be evaluated utilizing any one of the prior learning assessment options identified by a check mark below. OPTION A INDUSTRY OR THIRD PARTY ASSESSMENT(S) OPTION B PORTFOLIO REVIEW Contact department for guidelines and additional information. OPTION C OSUIT INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE EXAM (Must pass written exam and skills assessment for course credit.) WRITTEN CHALLENGE EXAM OSUIT Assessment Center Passing Score: 70% Calculator Needed? 2 Hours No Number of Questions: 25 Format: Essay Matching Multiple Choice Short Answer True/False SKILLS ASSESSMENT School of Visual Communications Must pass written challenge exam before requesting skills assessment. Passing Score: 80% Description: 2 ½ Hours This hands-on skills assessment will evaluate an individual s ability to utilize Adobe InDesign to recreate a given print piece by replicating a two-page project. The student must use Master Pages, Layers, Paragraph and Character Styles, rules of typography, proper spacing, sizing, and create a custom color swatch. Performance will be measured based upon the following criteria: File organization, document set-up, color, typography, and document output. NOTES: Individual must be admitted as a degree-seeking student at OSUIT to receive prior learning credit. Student must successfully complete 12 or more semester hours of college credit-bearing course work at OSUIT before prior learning credit will be placed on the OSUIT transcript. There will be a $5/credit hour advanced standing fee for all prior learning credit earned through the PLA evaluation process. This fee will be charged to the student s bursar account when the courses are placed on the student s transcript. All credit earned through prior learning assessment will be designated with a neutral grade of passing (P) on the OSUIT transcript. No more than 75% of a degree may be awarded through a combination of prior learning assessment and transfer credit. OSUIT will only award prior learning credit for coursework that is applicable to the student s declared major at OSUIT.

13 VIS 1343 DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION Course Assessment Guidelines DEPARTMENT CONTACTS: COURSE DESCRIPTION: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: RESOURCES: James McCullough Dean, School of Visual Communications Covering digital illustration and drawing. Primary emphasis is on the use of illustration software. Various peripheral devices will be used including scanners and color printers. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: VIS ) Use Adobe Illustrator. 2) Output file formats for use in other mediums. 3) Employ industry standards and techniques. 4) Develop efficient file management and work habits. 5) Create correct, effective, and appropriate media. 6) Deliver quality design solutions and outputs. 7) Use a well-developed design rationale focused on the target audience. 8) Use the principles of linear perspective. 9) Use of light and shadow. 10) Use brainstorming, research, analysis, psychographic and demographic information. 11) Use team brainstorming, research, analysis and concept development. 12) Employ the foundations of design such as the elements and principles of design. 13) Employ software and hand skills to produce visual representations of concepts. 14) Employ thumbnails, sketches, layouts, comprehensives, storyboards, illustrations, imagery, photography, typography, copy, logos, design marks, colors, and styles. 15) Employ historical techniques and styles used by old masters in the industry. 16) Employ different types of media, advertising and marketing techniques. 17) Develop well defined designs that are targeted to the appropriate. 18) Create effective, correct and appropriate media needs list. 19) Create designs that have conceptualized strategies, content and outcomes. 20) Create super comprehensive suitable for presentation. Adobe Illustrator Creative Cloud Revealed 1 st Edition Chris Botello ISBN-10: ISBN-13:

14 EVALUATION: PLA Assessment Fee: No Charge (Valid until September 1, 2016) Mastery of course learning objectives may be evaluated utilizing any one of the prior learning assessment options identified by a check mark below. OPTION A INDUSTRY OR THIRD PARTY ASSESSMENT(S) OPTION B PORTFOLIO REVIEW Contact department for guidelines and additional information. OPTION C OSUIT INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE EXAM (Must pass written exam and skills assessment for course credit.) WRITTEN CHALLENGE EXAM OSUIT Assessment Center Passing Score: 70% Calculator Needed? 2 Hours No Number of Questions: 70 Format: Essay Matching Multiple Choice Short Answer True/False SKILLS ASSESSMENT School of Visual Communications Must pass written challenge exam before requesting skills assessment. Passing Score: 80% Description: 2 ½ Hours This hands-on skills assessment will evaluate an individual s ability to utilize Adobe Illustrator to design and create an event poster per the instructor s specifications. Performance will be measured based upon examinee s ability to: identify and locate appropriate art styles and reference photographs; create multiple thumbnail draft designs; develop a rough/color comp of the print piece; import images and place on the correct layer; utilize layers to create illustration; create illustration that answers questions of who, what, when, where, and why ; and create final print piece. NOTES: Individual must be admitted as a degree-seeking student at OSUIT to receive prior learning credit. Student must successfully complete 12 or more semester hours of college credit-bearing course work at OSUIT before prior learning credit will be placed on the OSUIT transcript. There will be a $5/credit hour advanced standing fee for all prior learning credit earned through the PLA evaluation process. This fee will be charged to the student s bursar account when the courses are placed on the student s transcript. All credit earned through prior learning assessment will be designated with a neutral grade of passing (P) on the OSUIT transcript. No more than 75% of a degree may be awarded through a combination of prior learning assessment and transfer credit. OSUIT will only award prior learning credit for coursework that is applicable to the student s declared major at OSUIT.

15 VIS 1373 DIGITAL IMAGING Course Assessment Guidelines DEPARTMENT CONTACTS: COURSE DESCRIPTION: LEARNING OBJECTIVES: James McCullough Dean, School of Visual Communications Designed to develop a working knowledge of scanning and photo enhancement software on computer publishing systems. The course uses a problem-oriented approach in handling digital images as used in design. Alternative illustration techniques are included, combining stock digital images and created images. Includes an introduction to prepress requirements and four-color process. Theory/Lab. Prerequisite: VIS Corequisite: VIS 1223 or the Dean of Visual Communication s approval. 1) Use Macintosh and PC Computers. 2) Use Adobe Photoshop. 3) Use a well-developed design rationale focused on the target audience. 4) Use the principles of linear perspective. 5) Use correct light and shadow. 6) Use brainstorming, research, analysis, psychographic and demographic information. 7) Use team brainstorming, research, analysis and concept development. 8) Analyze the appropriate technology source(s) for each project. 9) Output file formats for use in other mediums. 10) Employ industry standards and techniques. 11) Employ the foundations of design such as the elements and principles of design. 12) Employ software and hand skills to produce visual representations of concepts. 13) Employ thumbnails, sketches, layouts, comprehensives, storyboards, illustrations, imagery, photography, typography, copy, logos, design marks, colors, and styles. 14) Employ historical techniques and styles used by old masters in the industry. 15) Employ different types of media, advertising and marketing techniques. 16) Develop efficient file management and work habits. 17) Develop well-defined designs that are targeted to the appropriate audience/clientele. 18) Create correct, effective, and appropriate media. 19) Create effective, correct and appropriate media needs list. 20) Create designs that have conceptualized strategies, content and outcomes. 21) Create super comprehensive suitable for presentation.

16 RESOURCES: Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book; Faulkner & Gyncild Adobe Press, ISBN# Photoshop CC Bible; Dayley Wiley Press, ISBN# EVALUATION: PLA Assessment Fee: No Charge (Valid until September 1, 2016) Mastery of course learning objectives may be evaluated utilizing any one of the prior learning assessment options identified by a check mark below. OPTION A INDUSTRY OR THIRD PARTY ASSESSMENT(S) OPTION B PORTFOLIO REVIEW Contact department for guidelines and additional information. OPTION C OSUIT INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE EXAM (Must pass written exam and skills assessment for course credit.) WRITTEN CHALLENGE EXAM OSUIT Assessment Center Passing Score: 70% Calculator Needed? 2 Hours No Number of Questions: 45 Format: Essay Matching Multiple Choice Short Answer True/False SKILLS ASSESSMENT School of Visual Communications Must pass written challenge exam before requesting skills assessment. Passing Score: 80% Description: 2 ½ Hours This hands-on skills assessment will evaluate an individual s ability to utilize Adobe Photoshop to edit a variety of digital images. Image files and detailed instructions will be provided. Performance will be measured based upon technical skills and familiarity with the software package as well as the ability to closely follow the project instructions and guidelines. NOTES: Individual must be admitted as a degree-seeking student at OSUIT to receive prior learning credit. Student must successfully complete 12 or more semester hours of college credit-bearing course work at OSUIT before prior learning credit will be placed on the OSUIT transcript. There will be a $5/credit hour advanced standing fee for all prior learning credit earned through the PLA evaluation process. This fee will be charged to the student s bursar account when the courses are placed on the student s transcript. All credit earned through prior learning assessment will be designated with a neutral grade of passing (P) on the OSUIT transcript. No more than 75% of a degree may be awarded through a combination of prior learning assessment and transfer credit. OSUIT will only award prior learning credit for coursework that is applicable to the student s declared major at OSUIT.

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