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    This wiki does not provide a list of organizations engaged in virtual volunteering, because such a list would be too vast to compile or maintain; there are many, many thousands of organizations involving online volunteers.
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    Note: programs come and go frequently. Programs that still have information online (not just through archive.org) are also provided. Also, we in no way endorse or can speak to the quality of these programs merely because they are listed here.
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    20 July 2017: Skype a scientist was started at the University of Connecticut in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology by graduate student Sarah McAnulty. The initiative now has scientists from all over the world involved as online volunteers. K-12 teachers can contact the initiative to arrange an informal 30 - 60 minute video chat and discussion with students. There are more than 500 scientists who have volunteered to participate. "What we would talk about is dependent on what your students are interested in (e.g. what’s it like being a scientist, what do scientists do for fun, are GMOs safe, are vaccines safe, is global warming real, do squids fart, whatever). The goal of the program is to have students across the country have positive experiences with scientists and form a personal connection with someone working in a scientific field. If we can teach a little science in the process, that’s an added bonus! You can request a type of scientist, choosing from 20 different categories."
    17 July 2017 Online volunteers link a community in Africa with donors, trainers and partners Lake Nokoué is on the southern coast of Benin in West Africa. It is a community threatened by pollution and deforestation, and is also affected by congestion from sediments and the traditional acadja fish farming practice. Online volunteers recruited through the UN's Online Volunteering service played a substantive role in mobilizing a grant of USD 40,000 from the GEF Small Grants Programme for the Benin NGO "Association des Propriétaires d'Acadja de la Commune de Sô Ava" (APACSO). They also helped identify an expert in aquaculture to deliver an onsite ten-day training in fish farming for youth, women and low income fishermen, funded by an NGO from Belgium. APACSO also received three partnership requests from local organizations.
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    tutoring program. The Virtual Volunteering wiki provides a comprehensive list of online mentoring programs, both current and defunct, including those that are noted in The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook, which also details elements for success in ementoring programs.
    7 July 2017 The American College of Rheumatology has microvolunteering and longer-term online volunteering opportunities for members-only. The virtual opportunities range from writing or editing a column regarding ethics or conflict of interest for the ACR/ARHP Ethics Forum to being a peer reviewer and examining proposals for rigor, integrity, and quality, to serving as a mentor to address the needs of early career pediatric rheumatologists. Recruiting online volunteers exclusively from existing onsite, vetted volunteers or members is something recommended in about The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook as a way to reduce the amount of time needed for screening and training online volunteers. The Guidebook is available for purchase as a paperback and an ebook from Energize, Inc.
    29 June 2017, Chicago, Illinois: Online volunteers transcribe rare magical manuscripts. Joseph Peterson is a software engineer by day and rare manuscript enthusiast by night. Peterson is the founder of Esoteric Archives, a website he built 20 years ago that publishes transcripts, translations and other information about rare historical texts. He’s also one of the online volunteers helping Chicago’s Newberry Library transcribe and translate a series of rare religious manuscripts written between the 15th and 19th centuries, including books on magic and witchcraft. In the lead up to the September exhibition, the Newberry is crowdsourcing transcripts of texts with Latin and English. Cathy Hamaker, an exhibit developer at the Children’s Museum in Indianapolis and another volunteer transcriber, works on the texts whenever she has a moment during her lunch break. Hamaker heard about the project on social media and decided to apply her background in medieval history and knowledge of Latin to the task. The transcription of antique books on magic will be featured in a September 2017 exhibition alongside more than 150 items including Bibles, poems, maps, music and art. Much like updating a Wikipedia page, anyone can start transcribing and translating.
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    An online community that connects young people with disabilities or chronic illness to disabled and non-disabled peers and mentors.
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    BPEACE online. The work and experience of Bpeace with online volunteers is noted in The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook.
    CricketTogether
    Cricket Media, an education media company, launched CricketTogether, an online mentoring platform, in 2017. "Students are paired with employees of partner companies to read intriguing articles and exchange thoughts about the content, and life, building one-on-one Virtual Learning Friendships in a safe, collaborative environment that promotes education equity... Mentors, especially those who come from the business community, provide the catalyst to build student literacy, critical thinking, and real world problem-solving skills, as well as increase student understanding of careers and the world beyond their classroom." A pilot program to test the platform was recently completed. Regarding that pilot, "Employees remark that their student pen pals help them be better parents, friends, and aunts and uncles. They are more aware of what kids think and how they express themselves. Employees see their own communications skills enhanced as they think more deeply about what they’re reading and how to best to communicate their ideas... " Students in the CricketTogether pilot said they felt empowered and motivated to push their communication skills to higher levels in order to engage with the program. One student said, “I love that I can be honest with my pen pal and tell him my dreams.” Another commented on the access to remote experts and role models, remarking, “I like that you get to talk to other people, not just classmates, friends or family. Sometimes they are even in other states.” Here is the press release they released about the program in June 2017.
    Cherie Blair Foundation's Mentoring Women in Business Programme
    "We match women in developing and emerging countries with male and female mentors around the world. Using our online platform, they spend 12 months working one-on-one to achieve key business goals. Participants build their business skills and digital literacy through our trainings, and become part of a global community of committed, ambitious entrepreneurs who are invested in each other’s success."
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    and Ethiopia.
    Educurious
    "We want to make sure that every student benefits from this kind of connection so they can build networks for the future. The Educurious Expert Network provides an effective way for professionals to share their expertise and form online mentoring relationships that engage students in authentic work and inspire them to stay in school... Experts are professionals who guide and advise students in their career paths to help them succeed. A expert's role is to inspire, encourage, and support their students."
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    Meant to connect the energy and expertise of mentors from various professions with the most vulnerable students in the US educational system - those that are most at-risk or most in need.
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    in the USA.USA for intensive, long-term, very supportive relationships. The work and experience of Infinite Family with online volunteers is noted in The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook.
    IntoBooks
    An online mentoring program where students and their adult mentors read the same books and then discuss them online. It's part of the ePals program.
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    For any web site that no longer works, cut and paste the URL into archive.org, and you can usually find the complete archived web sites.
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    Volunteering Project. The work and experience of this program with online volunteers is noted in The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook.
    Telementoring Young Women in Science, Engineering, and Computing
    This was a three-year project in the 1990s by EDC/Center for Children & Technology and was funded by the National Science Foundation, Directorate of Education and Human Resources. This project has been discontinued, but the Web site is still up and includes extensive online resources for both mentors and teachers.
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    Was an National Institutes of Health (NIH)-sponsored mentoring program for high school and college students who are interested in behavioral and social science, biomedical research, and healthcare careers. Through this program, students are linked via e-mail communication with e-mentors who provide them with relevant information, guidance and support. A continuous mentoring commitment of at least eight months is expected from all participants. Undergraduate and graduate students, university professors, postdoctoral fellows, independent researchers, and healthcare personnel are encouraged to consider volunteering to serve as mentors in this program.
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    mentoring program. The work and experience of this program with online volunteers is noted in The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook.
    MentorPlace
    Brings employees of IBM and students together in online relationships focused on academics. You must be an IBM employee to participate.
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    This wiki does not provide a list of organizations engaged in virtual volunteering, because such a list would be too vast to compile or maintain; there are many, many thousands of organizations involving online volunteers.
    There is one kind of online volunteering that is highly sought after but, unlike other virtual volunteering, quite hard to find: online mentoring, and that's why we are maintaining this list on the Virtual Volunteering wiki. This subset of virtual volunteering takes MANY forms, everything from one youth or person matched with one mentor, to a group of students from one class matched with a group of mentors from one company for a specific curriculum-based activity. It can be a program of just a few weeks or one that lasts an entire school or program year. It may mean an online volunteer sending one or two e-mails a week, or spending several hours a week reviewing a student's project for class. It can be school-based and curriculum-focused, or conducted through a nonprofit organization that serves young professionals.
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    Note: programs come and go frequently. Programs that still have information online (not just through archive.org) are also provided. Also, we in no way endorse or can speak to the quality of these programs merely because they are listed here.
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    Cherie Blair Foundation's Mentoring Women in Business Programme
    "We match women in developing and emerging countries with male and female mentors around the world. Using our online platform, they spend 12 months working one-on-one to achieve key business goals. Participants build their business skills and digital literacy through our trainings, and become part of a global community of committed, ambitious entrepreneurs who are invested in each other’s success."
    Distance Teaching and Mobile Learning (DTML) is a nonprofit organization that recruits online volunteer mentors and tutors to help students around the world. The organization pairs students with pre-vetted mentors for a long-term partnership and collaborative relationship meant to support students through adolescence and into adulthood. "The program is designed to deliver more than just an educational service – mentors and tutors are equipped to provide personal support when any student is in need." DTML partners with local institutions and schools for its online mentoring and tutoring program. As of July 2017, they have just expanded their work into Uganda and Ethiopia.
    Educurious
    "We want to make sure that every student benefits from this kind of connection so they can build networks for the future. The Educurious Expert Network provides an effective way for professionals to share their expertise and form online mentoring relationships that engage students in authentic work and inspire them to stay in school... Experts are professionals who guide and advise students in their career paths to help them succeed. A expert's role is to inspire, encourage, and support their students."
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    RSS feeds that automatically link to the latest web pages, blogs, and other online materials that use terms that relate to virtual volunteering. This is automatically-generated content; we do not control what shows up on these RSS feeds or what online materials get linked.
    List of research and evaluations of virtual volunteering, as a practice in general or focused on specific projects. Last updated: 11 July 2016
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    If you tweet about The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook please use the tag #vvbook
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    20 July 2017: Skype a scientist was started at the University of Connecticut in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology by graduate student Sarah McAnulty. The initiative now has scientists from all over the world involved as online volunteers. K-12 teachers can contact the initiative to arrange an informal 30 - 60 minute video chat and discussion with students. There are more than 500 scientists who have volunteered to participate. "What we would talk about is dependent on what your students are interested in (e.g. what’s it like being a scientist, what do scientists do for fun, are GMOs safe, are vaccines safe, is global warming real, do squids fart, whatever). The goal of the program is to have students across the country have positive experiences with scientists and form a personal connection with someone working in a scientific field. If we can teach a little science in the process, that’s an added bonus! You can request a type of scientist, choosing from 20 different categories."
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    17 July 2017: Distance Teaching and Mobile Learning (DTML) is a nonprofit organization that recruits online volunteer mentors and tutors to help students around the world. They have just expanded their work into Uganda and Ethiopia. "Our portal allows volunteers to share knowledge, teach skills, and encourage students to explore their imaginations," said Dr. Aleksey Sinyagin, Founder of DTML, in a press release about the expansion. The organization pairs students with pre-vetted mentors for a long-term partnership and collaborative relationship meant to support students through adolescence and into adulthood. "The program is designed to deliver more than just an educational service – mentors and tutors are equipped to provide personal support when any student is in need." DTML partners with local institutions and schools for its online mentoring and tutoring program.

    7 July 2017 The American College of Rheumatology has microvolunteering and longer-term online volunteering opportunities for members-only. The virtual opportunities range from writing or editing a column regarding ethics or conflict of interest for the ACR/ARHP Ethics Forum to being a peer reviewer and examining proposals for rigor, integrity, and quality, to serving as a mentor to address the needs of early career pediatric rheumatologists. Recruiting online volunteers exclusively from existing onsite, vetted volunteers or members is something recommended in about The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook as a way to reduce the amount of time needed for screening and training online volunteers. The Guidebook is available for purchase as a paperback and an ebook from Energize, Inc.
    29 June 2017, Chicago, Illinois: Online volunteers transcribe rare magical manuscripts. Joseph Peterson is a software engineer by day and rare manuscript enthusiast by night. Peterson is the founder of Esoteric Archives, a website he built 20 years ago that publishes transcripts, translations and other information about rare historical texts. He’s also one of the online volunteers helping Chicago’s Newberry Library transcribe and translate a series of rare religious manuscripts written between the 15th and 19th centuries, including books on magic and witchcraft. In the lead up to the September exhibition, the Newberry is crowdsourcing transcripts of texts with Latin and English. Cathy Hamaker, an exhibit developer at the Children’s Museum in Indianapolis and another volunteer transcriber, works on the texts whenever she has a moment during her lunch break. Hamaker heard about the project on social media and decided to apply her background in medieval history and knowledge of Latin to the task. The transcription of antique books on magic will be featured in a September 2017 exhibition alongside more than 150 items including Bibles, poems, maps, music and art. Much like updating a Wikipedia page, anyone can start transcribing and translating.
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Friday, July 21

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    7 July 2017 The American College of Rheumatology has microvolunteering and longer-term online volunteering opportunities for members-only. The virtual opportunities range from writing or editing a column regarding ethics or conflict of interest for the ACR/ARHP Ethics Forum to being a peer reviewer and examining proposals for rigor, integrity, and quality, to serving as a mentor to address the needs of early career pediatric rheumatologists. Recruiting online volunteers exclusively from existing onsite, vetted volunteers or members is something recommended in about The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook as a way to reduce the amount of time needed for screening and training online volunteers. The Guidebook is available for purchase as a paperback and an ebook from Energize, Inc.
    29 June 2017, Chicago, Illinois: Online volunteers transcribe rare magical manuscripts. Joseph Peterson is a software engineer by day and rare manuscript enthusiast by night. Peterson is the founder of Esoteric Archives, a website he built 20 years ago that publishes transcripts, translations and other information about rare historical texts. He’s also one of the online volunteers helping Chicago’s Newberry Library transcribe and translate a series of rare religious manuscripts written between the 15th and 19th centuries, including books on magic and witchcraft. In the lead up to the September exhibition, the Newberry is crowdsourcing transcripts of texts with Latin and English. Cathy Hamaker, an exhibit developer at the Children’s Museum in Indianapolis and another volunteer transcriber, works on the texts whenever she has a moment during her lunch break. Hamaker heard about the project on social media and decided to apply her background in medieval history and knowledge of Latin to the task. The transcription of antique books on magic will be featured in a September 2017 exhibition alongside more than 150 items including Bibles, poems, maps, music and art. Much like updating a Wikipedia page, anyone can start transcribing and translating.
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    their program. July 20, 2017 update: there are more volunteers than there are opportunities available for them, which does not surprise the authors of //The// Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook (and if you have read the book, you know why)
    26 June 2017: From United Nations Volunteers: Shortly after Alisa Niakhai completed her Master’s degree in Public Administration in Canada, she discovered the UN's Online Volunteering service. "Coming from a family of modest means, the unpaid internships in New York or Geneva were no option for her to contribute to the work of the UN. But through online volunteering, other opportunities to do just that presented themselves to her, and Alisa has completed a number of online volunteering assignments for various UN agencies since." Among the projects she's undertaken is synthesizing the United Nation's Conference on Trade and Development 84-page Guide to Empowering Women Entrepreneurs into briefing note. "This was a challenging task, which Alisa handled through weekly Skype calls with the Innovation Team and a Google Doc, and it resulted in a white paper of eight pages that UN OICT uses in briefings throughout the UN Secretariat." Alisa noted, "In our virtual meetings there was plenty of room to ask questions and propose new ideas. Despite the fact that most of us have never met, the atmosphere was very collaborative and supportive." The full UNV newsletter article.
    12 June 2017: According to an article in the Hindustan Times, the Uttar Pradesh Police will implement a pilot project that leverages online citizen volunteers to communicate correct information during crisis situations in a city or village and to control rumours during such situations. The pilot will begin in Noida, Lucknow, Allahabad, Kanpur, Varanasi, Sitapur and Barabanki in India. “Social media is playing a massive role in mobilising people for any cause. We also want to use this medium to reach out to the maximum number of people. The digital volunteers can help us in multiple ways to combat crime and maintain law and order during a crisis... Rumours can create a lot of havoc in problematic situations such as those we faced during the Saharanpur clashes. These volunteers can help by giving out credible information about the whole situation to people through social media... These digital volunteers, through various social media platforms, can give credible information on missing people and also circulate important contact numbers. These people can work as a link between the force and the public,” Rahul Shrivastav, spokesperson for the UP Police, said in the article, which notes that senior police officers are brainstorming with experts and citizens to come up with a system for digital volunteers.
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Thursday, July 20

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    List of research and evaluations of virtual volunteering, as a practice in general or focused on specific projects. Last updated: 11 July 2016
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    If you tweet about The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook please use the tag #vvbook
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    20 July 2017: Skype a scientist was started at the University of Connecticut in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology by graduate student Sarah McAnulty. The initiative now has scientists from all over the world involved as online volunteers. K-12 teachers can contact the initiative to arrange an informal 30 - 60 minute video chat and discussion with students. There are more than 500 scientists who have volunteered to participate. "What we would talk about is dependent on what your students are interested in (e.g. what’s it like being a scientist, what do scientists do for fun, are GMOs safe, are vaccines safe, is global warming real, do squids fart, whatever). The goal of the program is to have students across the country have positive experiences with scientists and form a personal connection with someone working in a scientific field. If we can teach a little science in the process, that’s an added bonus! You can request a type of scientist, choosing from 20 different categories."

    17 July 2017 Online volunteers link a community in Africa with donors, trainers and partners Lake Nokoué is on the southern coast of Benin in West Africa. It is a community threatened by pollution and deforestation, and is also affected by congestion from sediments and the traditional acadja fish farming practice. Online volunteers
    recruited through the UN's Online Volunteering service played a substantive role in mobilizing a grant of USD 40,000 from the GEF Small Grants Programme for the Benin NGO "Association des Propriétaires d'Acadja de la Commune de Sô Ava" (APACSO). They also helped identify an expert in aquaculture to deliver an onsite ten-day training in fish farming for youth, women and low income fishermen, funded by an NGO from Belgium. APACSO also received three partnership requests from local organizations.
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Monday, July 17

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    21 October 2016: In this article on Motivating employees through volunteerism, virtual volunteering is mentioned as one of many options for employees at SAP. The article is noted here because it's so nice to see virtual volunteering embraced as normal, rather than something as oh-so-new and somehow radical.
    9 October 2016: CBS Sunday Morning did a story about a member of the Philadelphia Orchestra who used online video conferencing for more than a year to mentor a young Afghan trumpet player. The Afghan musician, Baset Azizi, contacted the expert trumpeter, David Bilger, via Facebook, telling him he wanted to get better. Bilger would mentor Azizi from his basement, playing for him, listening to Azizi play, giving feedback and offering exercises for Azizi to improve. Baset got accepted into the prestigious Interlochen Center for the Arts high school near Traverse City, Michigan. Bilger helped raise more than $30,000 to pay for Azizi's schooling. It's virtual volunteering - though CBS never said so.
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    Development Report: UN Online Volunteers recruited through the UN's Online Volunteering service collaborated with
    27 September 2016, The Himalayan Times, on the potential of virtual volunteering in Nepal: "A large number of young Nepalis live in other countries. Digital volunteerism can be a significant way to retain their expertise in different aspects of the country’s development... The spontaneous engagement of Nepalis on volunteering activities after the devastating earthquake on April 25, 2015 shows how much they are embedded with the essence of volunteerism to help those in need."
    10 September 2016: The Perks of Being a Volunteer: My experience as a virtual volunteer with GreatNonprofits, a testimonial from an online volunteer. "from anywhere in the world you can work to support and grow organizations you believe in. Virtual volunteering with GreatNonprofits helped me grow as a writer, a future employee, and a person.
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    23 August 2016: the American Red Cross in Michigan is recruiting online volunteers to help disaster relief efforts in Louisiana. opportunities include being a virtual case worker and being a call center representative.
    22 August 2016: Virtual Volunteering: It's oh-so-personal. A blog by The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook co-author Jayne Cravens about just how personal it's felt for her to work with online volunteers for more than two decades. "I’ve been researching virtual volunteering for more than 20 years now, and the biggest shock for most people that aren’t familiar with the practice and hear me talk about it at length is just how close I feel to so many of the volunteers and volunteer-involving agencies all over the world. They are my friends and colleagues, just as real as people I work with onsite, face-to-face. These are all real people with hopes and fears and challenging ideas and humor and talents. So many of these online relationships, established through email and Twitter and online communities, are so very, very personal to me."
    July14 August 2016 Online volunteers research new trends and global best practices in ICT innovation: International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies (ICT). ITU promotes the collaboration of the public and private sectors to develop global ICT networks and services. From March until September 2015, ITU engaged a team of seven online volunteers recruited by the UN's Online Volunteering service to research new trends and global best practices in ICT innovation. In the conference’s planning phase, the UN Online Volunteers mapped over 700 relevant initiatives undertaken by governments, universities and the private sector to promote ICT innovation hubs, clusters and parks in 115 countries.
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    20 July 2016: a nonprofit organization in Columbus, Ohio, Besa, uses technology to recruit Millennials, specifically, for service projects, as this story in the Nonprofit Quarterly notes. Users receive badges once they hit milestones such as five hours per year, 40 hours in the last two years, or top-ten volunteer. Advice on how to use online badges for volunteer recognition is talked about in The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook.
    13 July 2016: The Last Virtual Volunteering Guidebook co-author Jayne Cravens blogs about the importance of risk management in virtual volunteering programs, per seeing a proliferation of online volunteering initiatives, highlighting how the guidebook addresses this sensitive but important subject. She points out what is emphasized in the book many times: the fundamentals of successful, appropriate engagement of volunteers - volunteer management - apply both offline and online.
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