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An Introduction to the CAS Ecosystem
An introduction to single sign on with CAS and its supporting ecosystem.
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2015 TWSIA Winner Catherine Ling
Catherine Ling (Assistant Professor) Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Daniel K Inouye Graduate School of Nursing Dr. Ling is an assistant professor in the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and is a 2015 winner of the Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award in the Higher Education Online/Hybrid category. The award honors excellence and innovation in teaching and learning. The Population Health course Ling teaches for graduate nursing students uses almost every facet of Sakai to provide a fully online class. Ling engages students through debates, creative scenarios in which students can apply new skills and knowledge, and small group work. Video production by vcYES Productions www.vcyes.com
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Introducing Sakai 11
Also posted on the Sakai Project youtube channel.
Views: 1205 Apereo Foundation
Course Timetabling with Unitime
Course timetabling is a tedious process of assigning classes to a limited number of time periods and classrooms. This is a difficult problem with many competing objectives like student conflicts, faculty requirements, and space constraints. During the webinar, we go through the process of creating a course timetable in UniTime from start to finish. We focus on some of the most interesting parts, such as modelling the course structure, entering faculty requirements, running the timetabling solver, or making interactive changes to an existing timetable. The presentation slides are available at http://www.unitime.org/present/apereo15-webinar.pdf
Views: 4947 Apereo Foundation
Introducing Bedework 3.10
Bedework is an open-source, standards-compliant enterprise calendar system that supports public, personal, and group calendaring. Since its first release in 2006, Bedework has been adopted by public and private organizations both large and small. The latest version, Bedework 3.10, features a largely revamped public client incorporating responsive design and the capacity to construct complex filters for finding events and producing data feeds. In personal calendaring, Bedework 3.10 introduces vpoll, a standard mechanism for handling consensus scheduling. This presentation will demonstrate Bedework 3.10 highlighting the newest features in both public and personal calendaring. Arlen Johnson UI/UX Developer, Spherical Cow Group
Views: 2847 Apereo Foundation
Learning Analytics Webinar
Apereo webinar examining two critical standards in learning analytics space - xAPI, and IMSGlobal Caliper. The presenters are Aaron Silver, from DISC, the organisation tasked with xAPI interoperability and conformance (http://datainteroperability.org/ ), and Anthony Whyte of the University of Michigan, who has been centrally involved in recent IMS Caliper developments. The drive to deliver education at scale coupled with a demand for accountability backed by measurability has spurred the application of “big data” principles to the business of education. Opportunities to tap new data sources have grown as both the learning technology ecosystem has expanded and the definition of what constitutes learning has evolved beyond the formal classroom experience to include informal, social and experiential modes of acquiring knowledge and skills. The challenges implicit | inherent in describing, collecting and exchanging learner activity data originating from such diverse sources are formidable. In response, two learning technology specifications, ADL’s xAPI and IMS Global’s Caliper Analytics, now offer standardized approaches that aim to address the data and semantic interoperability issues inherent in the blending | sharing of learning data between systems. For both communities, early work has focused on developing a RESTful architecture for mediating machine-to-machine data exchange and grappling with the challenge of defining an information model and controlled vocabularies that leverage semantic web principles and practices. Join Aaron Silvers and Anthony Whyte for a lively discussion of the current state and possible futures of both xAPI and Caliper. The views expressed in this video are the presenters own.
Views: 1684 Apereo Foundation
The latest about the Central Authentication Service (CAS)
This session will summarize the achievements in the latest available Central Authentication Service server product and available plugins and enhancements in the community around CAS. Specifically the discussion will provide an overview of the latest features, changes in the protocol and updates on documentation efforts. Quick overview of CAS integration methodologies with other applications, in particular the Shibboleth Identity Provider, may also be touched. Attendees will take away an appreciation for the latest progress and how they might locally realize it and benefit by it. Misagh Moayyed Softare Engineer, Unicon
Views: 5014 Apereo Foundation
Introducing UniTime
UniTime is a comprehensive educational scheduling system that supports developing course and exam timetables, managing changes to these timetables, sharing rooms with other events, and scheduling students to individual classes. It is a distributed system that allows multiple university and departmental schedule managers to coordinate efforts to build and modify a schedule that meets their diverse organizational needs while allowing for minimization of student course conflicts. It can be used alone to create and maintain a school's schedule of classes and/or exams, or interfaced with an existing student information system.
Views: 3379 Apereo Foundation
An Open Source Learning Analytics Vision
Learning analytics is at a critical juncture in its lifecycle. To date, much of the learning analytics-related research, software development, and standards work that exists has taken place in relative isolation. This lack of collaboration, openness, and integrated systems greatly limits the potential of learning analytics. LA initiatives have typically been dependent upon "closed" systems, proprietary data models and single use tools - as opposed to an integrated software suite for analyzing and communicating data on learning processes. As institutions begin to move past discussion and into implementation of learning analytics environments, the realization of an open source platform for learning analytics becomes increasingly important as an option for institutions to consider alongside commercial offerings. In this webinar, learning analytics practitioners Josh Baron, Alan Berg, and Gary Gilbert discuss a strategic vision of an open source platform, including standards, systems, and tools, that can lower the barrier to entry for institutions looking to get started with learning analytics. Speakers: Josh Baron, Senior Academic Technology Officer, Marist College Alan Berg, Community Officer, Apereo Learning Analytics Initiative Gary Gilbert, Technology Lead for Integrations and Analytics, Unicon
Views: 706 Apereo Foundation
Xerte Online Tookits
An Introduction to Xerte Online Toolkits Juian Tenny, Ron Mitchell and Tom Reijnders Xerte Online Toolkits is an award winning suite of browser-based tools that allow anyone with a web browser to create interactive and accessible learning materials quickly and easily. Xerte is a new project to Apereo, currently working through the incubation process. In this webinar, the Xerte developers will introduce themselves, and the software, to the Apereo Community. Julian Tenney will say a little about where the project came from, and how it came to be an Apereo project; Ron Mitchell will provide an overview and demonstrate the software's key features and Tom Reijnders will show some of the new developments currently taking place.
Views: 2697 Apereo Foundation
State of the Project - Xerte
Interactive and accessible learning materials with Xerte Xerte Online Toolkits is a free, open source and award winning suite of browser-based tools that allow absolutely anyone with a web browser to create mobile friendly, highly accessible and interactive learning materials quickly and easily with no need for specialist skills. Xerte Online Toolkits is widely used in institutions and organisations all over the world, receiving outstanding praise for its ease of use and high levels of native accessibility. The tools are suitable for specialists and non-specialists alike and the Xerte Project fosters an enthusiastic and friendly community of users and developers worldwide. We invite you to join us for the morning or afternoon in Baltimore on 31st May. Places are limited, so book now to reserve your place and discover how Xerte Online Toolkits is putting technology into the hands of teachers, technologists and learners as well as more specialist developers all over the world. In this session, the developers will provide a comprehensive overview of the project and introduce you to Xerte Online Toolkits. "As an open source tool Xerte is in a league of its own. I love that it is easy to use without extensive technological knowledge; the way it embraces the integration of other tools; the possibility to make it available to students; and the quick responses from the community email list." "My students love using Xerte, and I love the simplicity of preparing resources. We most particularly make use of the Categories question and the Transcript Reading feature. Thank you for providing this wonderful resource." "I have used Xerte with students and graduate interns to develop resources for the public and for college students who are transitioning into university. I think it is fantastic" "Xerte is easy to use, output in HTML5. It got standardized templates with possibilities of embedding HTML. A lot interactive templates, more than a lot of expensive competitors" Julian Tenney Learning Innovation Team Leader, University of Notitngham Ron Mitchell Mitchell Media
Views: 349 Apereo Foundation
General Session: A Gradual Revolution: the Future of Digital Humanities
A discussion from the perspectives of campus IT, a Director of Instructional Design, and the Academic Dean of a Liberal Arts program on the potential for the Digital Humanities to redefine the boundaries between teaching, learning, and scholarship and on the obstacles that will need to be surmounted for that potential to be realized. Robert Squillace Assoc Dean for Academic Affairs, NYU Lucy Appert Associate Director, Columbia University Center for New Media Teaching and Learning
Views: 227 Apereo Foundation
EdExchange: A proposed PESC Standard secure data exchange network for the education community
Today the state of the state with respect to the exchange of educational documents such as transcripts and financial aid applications is dependent upon a patchwork quilt of vendors providing ordering and sending services to customer educational institutions without a reliable way to deliver to customers of other vendors. Many institutions, such as the University of Phoenix (Apollo Group) feel compelled to maintain relationships with multiple vendors in order to maximize their ability to serve their students and applicants. The PESC Common Data Services task force (CDS) was given the mandate to develop EdExchange as an open data exchange network. EdExchange was accepted for incubation as an open source development effort by Apereo. Development has reached a point where the PESC CDS task force is seeking partners for a pilot deployment of the services later this year. The session will present the current state of the project as well as demonstrate the reference implementation. Lou Delzompo Chief Technology Officer for the CCCTC Co-chair of the Post-Secondary Education Council Common Data Services Task Force Wes Owen CCCT Engineer and Lead Developer for EdExchange
Views: 115 Apereo Foundation
Student Scheduling in Unitime - an Apereo project
The process of scheduling individual students to classes is often treated like a holiday sale at a department store. Classes are put on display and students queue up to get a popular course or a particular class section offered at a favored time. While this is an easy and well-understood process, it is often difficult for students who are not early in the queue to find workable combinations of classes needed to graduate or make progress on their degree requirements. UniTime provides a number of features that can improve this process: student course demands can be used to create a course timetable that better meets student educational needs; students can be provided with initial schedules based on their pre-registrations; historic or curricular course requirements can be used to automatically reserve space in classes for students that are yet to come. In this webinar, we will discuss how UniTime can assist university administrators as well as individual students during the student scheduling process and provide a few examples from Purdue University
Views: 622 Apereo Foundation
Examination Timetabling in UniTime
Examination timetabling is a well researched and important educational timetabling problem. It consists of individual meetings (examinations) that are to be assigned in time and space in a way that allows all the participants (students and instructors) to attend all the meetings that they require. In this presentation we will present the examination timetabling capabilities of UniTime, the comprehensive university timetabling system. A practical application of UniTime at Purdue University examination timetabling will also be presented. The examination problem at Purdue University is quite large. It consists of about 2,000 examinations, attended by up to 34,000 students with 120,000 student enrollments, placed in 29 distinct examination periods and using about 350 rooms. It is also quite hard to solve, as it is often impossible to find a complete timetable that has no direct conflicts. Tomas Muller Scheduling Research Professional
Views: 1977 Apereo Foundation
ATLAS 2017 Winners: Ursula Bernal and Marco Antonio Bernal, U-red
ATLAS 2017 Winner: Ursula Bernal and Marco Antonio Bernal from U-red, Edured A.C. Diploma in Experimental Science
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Accesibilidad en matemáticas y otras ciencias
La accesibilidad en contenidos científicos sufre actualmente de un completo desajuste, ya que tanto las tecnologías que abordan la accesibilidad como las que abordan la creación de contenidos científicos viven desconectadas las unas de las otras. Además de esto, Sakai usa flash para la representación de fórmulas matemáticas, dejando fuera de juego una gran cantidad de dispositivos y de tecnologías de accesibilidad, ya den soporte a deficiencias de visión, dificultades de aprendizaje, de audición o dificultades motoras. En esta sesión presentaremos una clasificación de las diversas soluciones que se han ofrecido hasta el momento y analizaremos las ventajas e inconvenientes de dichas soluciones. Como siempre, no hay solución perfecta ni solución para todos los usuarios, pero entender las diferencias entre las distintas aproximaciones nos ayudará a elegir la solución que se adapta mejor a nuestro entorno.
Views: 352 Apereo Foundation
How to CASify PeopleSoft and Integrating CAS and ADFS
In this session you will learn how to use CAS SSO as the login method for your Peoplesoft Portal, and you'll also learn how to integrate CAS Server and Microsoft's Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) Bryan and Misagh will cover all the integration and configuration points to easily CASify PeopleSoft with minimal custom. These modifications will cover changes to the Weblogin web.xml file, changes to the Peoplecode LDAP_AUTHENTICATION() module, configuring the Peoplesoft WEBProfil and the Peopletools security objects. Custom Peoplesoft signout html pages will also be presented. John will cover several options for integrating your CAS Server with Microsoft's ADFS Server. This is particularly helpful if you are an Office 365 customer or you have client applications that utilized Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) and want to integrate the SSO experience. At the end of this session you will have all the information you will need to successfully CASify your Peoplesoft Portal and integrate CAS Server and ADFS.
Views: 1441 Apereo Foundation
Technology Enhanced Learning Program: A Collaborative Initiative @ UVa between Faculty and Designers
Technology Enhanced Learning Program: A Collaborative Initiative @ UVa between Faculty and Designers
Inside Sakai 10
This video takes a look at some of the end user and performance enhancement features of the Sakai 10 release. For more detail see: http://www.sakaiproject.org
Views: 6615 Apereo Foundation
ATLAS Winners 2016 - Leanne Scott & Stephan Britz, University of Cape Town
Teaching Introductory Statistics Using a Blended Mode of Instruction at the University of Cape Town
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Apereo uPortal Webinar
October 29 2014. Jim Helwig (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Drew Wills (Unicon) describe new developments in uPortal, the open source portal framework for higher education.
Views: 483 Apereo Foundation
Using Sakai to teach Sakai, and to teach with Sakai: A Series of Faculty Development Courses
The University of Rhode Island's Online Teaching Fellows (OLTF) program emerged from a strategic decision to enhance student online learning by teaching faculty pedagogical best practices in online and blended teaching. The program's initial iteration involved a fully online course via Sakai covering best practices of online and blended teaching, as well as designing a course to be offered to students. After discovering essential shortcomings in faculty knowledge of Sakai functionality, which precluded the course?s strong focus on pedagogy, we rethought and redesigned the program. We now offer a robust series of courses that begin with an online, self-paced course covering basic Sakai competencies. Best practices are covered in OLTF1, while more hands-on design, peer coaching, and a ready-to-run course are the focus of OLTF2. This presentation will outline the trajectory of our experience developing one course into three, discuss the challenges faced and resulting choices made, and ultimately aim to incite a conversation among participants about faculty development advancements using Sakai to teach Sakai, and to teach with Sakai.
Views: 120 Apereo Foundation
UniTime Event Scheduling
UniTime is a fully featured open-source class, exam and event scheduling solution designed to meet the needs of higher education. In this recorded webinar, Zuzana Müllerová and Tomáš Müller outline and demonstrate the event scheduling capabilities of UniTime. Find out more about UniTime at https://www.unitime.org/
Views: 114 Apereo Foundation
Student Success Plan Webinar 12 Nov 2014
Update on the work of the Student Success Plan Project. Institutions seek ways to help their students meet their goals and graduate on time. Students may face obstacles in their academic and personal lives which prevent them from meeting their goals. The Student Success Plan (SSP) helps students remove these obstacles and create a clear academic pathway, positively impacting student success. Through SSP, counseling services, student services, and student support can determine student challenges and match students with the resources and courses they need to excel.
Views: 273 Apereo Foundation
Comprehensive University Timetabling System UniTime
UniTime is a comprehensive educational scheduling system that supports developing course and exam timetables, managing changes to these timetables, sharing rooms with other events, and scheduling students to individual classes. It is a distributed system that allows multiple university and departmental schedule managers to coordinate efforts to build and modify a schedule that meets their diverse organizational needs while allowing for minimization of student course conflicts. It can be used alone to create and maintain a school's schedule of classes and/or exams, or interfaced with an existing student information system. The system was originally developed as a collaborative effort by faculty, students, and staff at universities in North America and Europe. The software is distributed free under an open source license and it has been recently accepted into the Apereo incubation process.
Views: 2363 Apereo Foundation
Synchronous Learning in Sakai with BigBlueButton
Synchronous Learning in Sakai with BigBlueButton
SIS & LMS Integration with Apereo Portlets
SIS & LMS Integration with Apereo Portlets
Image Labeler for use with VL programs
Learn how to use Image Labeler to label images for use in the VL (Visual Learning) programs. The VL programs use images that have a hierarchy of labels. The video show you how to open an existing database and populate blank fields.
Views: 49 Apereo Foundation
Samigo (i.e. Tests & Quizzes) - Birds of a Feather Discussion
Join us for a conversation about the Tests & Quizzes tool (a.k.a Samigo). How are you using Tests & Quizzes on your campus? Do you have any tips or best practices to share? What enhancements would you like to see in the future for this tool?
Views: 598 Apereo Foundation
uPortal - State of the Project: Responsive and Native
This presentation is the 2015 installment of the annual State of the uPortal (and uMobile) update. In this session we will showcase new developments in the uPortal platform that have come about in the previous twelve months (since the last conference). This period has been one of significant activity and innovation in the uPortal platform. Some of these exciting developments include: - "Chromeless" portlets & hover chrome - 6-column layouts - Lightbox CONFIG & EDIT modes - Portlet Manager enhancements - Administrative UX improvements - Transient layout nodes for guest users - Tincan API support Drew Wills Software Architect, Unicon Andrew Petro Software Developer, University of Wisconsin - Madison Dave Derderian Java Developer Analyst, Oakland University
Views: 360 Apereo Foundation
Open Apereo 2015 - Higher Education... Open Source in a New Age!
http://conference.apereo.org/ Get ready to share your success stories at our Open Apereo 2015 conference in Baltimore, Maryland! Mark you calendars and join us this year! The Open Apereo Conference is designed to be an international, inclusive event, providing opportunities for community members to: Present perspectives based on institutional experience, access the experience of others, exchange ideas, develop dialogue and form new partnerships. Develop an understanding of other areas of the academic enterprise by looking outside of immediate interest areas and contributing to the understanding of commonalities as well as contrasts. Organize community-wide, project-based, or institutional discussion, dialogue and practical collaborative work. Join us in Open Source in a New Age!
Views: 1909 Apereo Foundation
Sakai2Go: A Multi-Platform Sakai Mobile App
A Technical presentation that explains how we are building Sakai2go, a Sakai native mobile app for iOs, Android and Windows Phone. The app uses the mobile host platform's APIs to provide advanced features like: Announcements, Chat, Messages, Forums, Blogging Push notifications Alarms, Events/Appointments syncing with the device’s calendar Uploading/Downloading local files, photos, podcasts to/from Sakai’s Dropbox
Views: 478 Apereo Foundation
ATLAS 2017 Winner: Denise Comer from Duke University
ATLAS 2017 Winner: Denise Comer from Duke University Writing 270: Composing the Internship Experience: Social Media and Digital Discourse
Views: 96 Apereo Foundation
2015 Apereo Award Winners
TWSIA Award Winners and Apereo Fellows
Views: 155 Apereo Foundation
IMS LTI Advantage - The Next Big Thing in LMS Integration
Dr Charles Severance looks under the hood of IMS LTI Advantage - and explains its significance for future LMS integrations. 27th February 2019 Apereo webinar.
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Sakai Project Report
This presentation will be a summary of the Sakai Project activities for the previous year as well as a look forward as to what we expect to accomplish for the next year for Sakai. The presentation will include various members of the Sakai developer and leadership community. Dr. Charles Severance Associate Professor, University of Michigan
Views: 470 Apereo Foundation
El salón virtual: Ejemplo de práctica efectiva en la enseñanza híbrida ...
"El salón virtual: Ejemplo de práctica efectiva en la enseñanza híbrida y totalmente en línea de clases de español" La enseñanza a través de la Internet se ha popularizado de una manera creciente en las instituciones de educación superior en los últimos diez años. Los cursos híbridos y completamente en línea ofrecen más opciones al estudiante que, por razones de trabajo o familiares o por otras circunstancias personales .quiere obtener un grado de educación superior. Esta sesión le proveerá con consejos y ayudas pedagógicas para crear cursos híbridos y totalmente en línea. También se ofrecerá ejemplos de práctica híbrida y totalmente en línea de diferentes clases de español, con el fin de brindar estrategias efectivas para diseñar un curso de cualquier asignatura usando Sakai como la plataforma para diseñar, administrar e impartir una clase híbrida o totalmente en línea y también medir la calidad de la enseñanza en línea.
Views: 363 Apereo Foundation
uPortal Comunity Call April 2015
This call was devoted to covering what is in uPortal 4.2, the latest soon-to-be-released version, what California Community College and the University of Wisconsin-Madison are doing with uPortal and AngularJS, and what you can look forward to at the June Apereo conference.
Views: 131 Apereo Foundation
Form Builder for uPortal: A Case Study in Web Components & Microservices
uPortal is in the midst of a remarkable transformation from a container for JSR-286 Portlet-based content to a modern platform for Web Components. In this webinar we will cover: The reasons for this change The tactics & technologies employed in making this change; and The progress so far The focus of this session will be on practical examples and techniques for creating new uPortal content in this model. In furtherance of that aim, we will take a close look at one of the newest and most ambitious web components in the uPortal Ecosystem: form-builder. Form-builder is a new module that allows uPortal adopters to configure and display custom web forms in the portal and capture user form submissions. Form-builder is a web component built in Node.js with React and other Node modules. It interprets JSON Schema documents to render web forms. Form-builder is a non-Java and completely client-side component. The “back end” for form-builder is implemented separately and is named “Form Builder Microservices,” or FBMS for short. FBMS is developed with Spring Boot 2, Spring Security, and spring-data-jpa. Form-builder and FBMS are open source (Apache 2), released, and available now to bring custom web forms into your portal.
Views: 118 Apereo Foundation
Open Academic Environment - More Open, More Popular
Presented by: Frederic Dooremont - ESUP-Portail / Université du Littoral; Mathilde Guerin - ESUP-Portail / Université de La Rochelle; Alain Mayeur - ESUP-Portail / Université de Valenciennes Open Academic Environment is a flexible, customizable and powerful solution designed to facilitate collaboration between users, no matter what institution they are at or what kind of user they are. It has been built to scale and support the whole of academia in real time collaboration. It thus opens up the possibility of profound improvements to the way academia is connected. At the same time, it is at the bleeding edge of dealing with the issues that arise when open source moves to the cloud. This presentation reports back to the Apereo community on progress over the past year, which has focused on two areas: making the Project itself more open and responding to the increasing popularity of the service provided by two OAE deployments, one run by ESUP-Portail on behalf of universities France and one, *Unity, by *Research for universities all over the rest of the world. It also describes how two such completely different organisations have been able to work together effectively in open source.
Views: 64 Apereo Foundation
uPortal Community Call May 5th, 2016
Highlights: - uPortal 4.3 release overview - Tour of the University of Manchester portal - Q&A - Calls to action! Slides are available at https://goo.gl/BB7ls2.
Views: 88 Apereo Foundation
Opencast - State of the Project
Stephen Marquard Learning Technologies Coordinator, University of Cape Town
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Apereo 2017 - Tsugi Update: Progress towards the NGDLE
Presenter: Charles Severance - Associate Professor, University of Michigan The past year has brought a lot of progress and adoption in the Tsugi project. A NodeJS version of Tsugi has been developed in addition of the existing PHP and Java implementations. The library code has been refactored to focus on providing the Tsugi libraries using the Composer dependency management system. Support for IMS Common Cartridge and IMS Content Item has been added so as to allow Tsugi to function as a Learning Object Repository in addition to an Application Store.
Views: 49 Apereo Foundation
ATLAS: Writing 270: Composing the Internship Experience: Social Media and Digital Discourse
Presented by: Denise Comer - Duke University Writing 270: Composing the Internship Experience is an innovative, fully online undergraduate course at Duke University, based in Sakai, that enables students to meaningfully reflect on and productively narrate their summer internship or work-related experiences using digital rhetoric and social media. Sakai serves as the foundational platform for the learning experience, with weekly lessons revealed each week, interactive forums for peer and instructor feedback on writing and peer-to-peer and student-instructor engagement, wikis, and guided reflections for in-depth reflections. The course integrates within Sakai links to many forms of media for course content, as well as a variety of other learning platforms such as WordPress, Instagram, and Google Hangouts for weekly real-time virtual writing workshops and student-instructor conferences.
Views: 33 Apereo Foundation

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