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Featured Resource: Sage Explorer

Access multimedia-rich learning and research sources across the social sciences.

Students receive 2024 University of Notre Dame Library Research Awards

The annual award honors students who demonstrate exemplary research skills while utilizing a breadth of library resources.

Hesburgh Library celebrates 60 years with 60 milestones

In 2024, milestones 51 through 60 were added to the digital exhibit to honor the Library’s 60th anniversary and acknowledge the work that students and scholars do within its spaces.

Julia Schneider Receives 2024 Foik Award

Congratulations, Julia Schneider, winner of the 2024 Rev. Paul J. Foik, C.S.C., Award.

Michelle Rivera elected to Music Library Association Board of Directors

Michelle Rivera, music library specialist at the Hesburgh Libraries, was elected to a two-year term as Recording Secretary for the Music Library Association (MLA) Board of Directors, effective March 2024.

Daniela Rovida receives Notre Dame Research grant

Daniela Rovida, rare books cataloger and metadata librarian at the Hesburgh Libraries, was recently awarded a Research and Scholarship Program — Initiation Grant through Notre Dame Research.

Alicia Bates named Chair-Elect for National Association for Campus Activities Board of Directors

Alicia Bates, Ed.D. has been elected to chair of the Board of Directors for the National Association for Campus Activities.

Featured Resource: AM Explorer Adam Matthew Digital Collection

Members of the University of Notre Dame Community have access to millions of pages of primary source materials through the Adam Matthew Digital Collection (AM Explorer).

Hesburgh Libraries faculty and staff receive annual awards for excellence

Library staff and faculty members were recognized for milestone years of service, and several were selected for recognition awards.

Hesburgh Libraries announces 2024 Hackathon winners

Fifteen teams of undergraduate students participated in the Hesburgh Libraries annual Hackathon.

Hesburgh Libraries acquires complete digital archive of South Bend Tribune

Members of the Notre Dame community now have complete online access to more than 150 years of South Bend history through the new database.

CurateND has a new look and features

CurateND, Notre Dame’s institutional repository, offers new features and a streamlined user experience to optimize discovery and access to the University’s research output.

Hesburgh Libraries accepting submissions for the 2024 University of Notre Dame Library Research Award

The Library Research Award honors students who demonstrate exemplary research skills while using library resources.

Rare Books and Special Collections exhibit manifests Medieval maps

Mapping the Middle Ages: Marking Time, Space, and Knowledge explores the tension between literal and figurative arrangements of space, time, and knowledge during the Middle Ages through the primary objects that remain.

2024 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon registration is open

Registration is now open for the 2024 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon.

Hesburgh Libraries Celebrate Public Domain Day 2024

The Hesburgh Libraries will hold a Public Domain Day celebration with a series of events and a contest to highlight some of the works entering the public domain in 2024.

Rare Books and Special Collections exhibit explores emancipation during the 19th century

Making and Unmaking Emancipation in Cuba and the United States explores the fraught, circuitous and unfinished course of emancipation over the 19th century in Cuba and the United States.

GIS Day event at Hesburgh Library features campus and community research

The Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship recently celebrated GIS Day 2023 by hosting workshops, lightning talks, roundtables and a reception.

Hesburgh Libraries and the Writing Center host fall break Dissertation and Thesis Camp for graduate students

Nearly 40 graduate students from four schools and colleges spent fall break at Hesburgh Library, working on their dissertations. The week-long camp gives students uninterrupted time to make significant progress on their projects.

Jennifer Parker honored as member of Notre Dame’s 2023 All-Faculty Team

Architecture Librarian Jennifer Parker has been honored as a member of the University of Notre Dame’s 2023 All-Faculty Team.

Hesburgh Libraries offers The New York Times to Notre Dame community

University of Notre Dame faculty, staff, and students now have full digital access to The New York Times.

Hesburgh Library celebrates 60th anniversary

A dedication, blessing, and campus open house of the Beth and Lou Holtz Family Grand Reading Room marked the start of the year-long celebration.

Beth and Lou Holtz Family Grand Reading Room blessed, dedicated during weekend ceremony

The Beth and Lou Holtz Family Grand Reading Room, the newest Hesburgh Library space to undergo a dramatic redesign, is open for students and faculty.

Hesburgh Libraries leads tour through Dublin using the Irish studies collections

Hesburgh Libraries faculty and staff hosted a walking tour in Dublin, Ireland, that connected the city streets to our collections.

All about the Benjamins: Researchers decipher the secrets of Benjamin Franklin’s paper money

Notre Dame researchers used an extensive collection of rare notes developed by Hesburgh Libraries Rare Books and Special Collections to decipher the secrets of Benjamin Franklin’s paper money, giving a rare window into the early American monetary history.

Erika Hosselkus named associate university librarian at Notre Dame Hesburgh Libraries

Erika Hosselkus will serve as associate university librarian for the Scholarly Resources and Services division, effective August 1.

Mark Dehmlow named associate university librarian at Notre Dame Hesburgh Libraries

Mark Dehmlow will serve as associate university librarian for the Digital Strategies and Technology division, effective August 1.

Students receive 2023 University of Notre Dame Library Research Award

The annual award honors students who demonstrate exemplary research skills while utilizing a breadth of library resources.

Notre Dame’s Alan Krieger receives 2023 Foik Award

Congratulations to Alan Krieger on receiving the 2023 Rev. Paul J. Foik, C.S.C., Award for his outstanding professional contributions.

The Creator's Game: Lacrosse

Hesburgh Libraries faculty (Tara Kenjockety and Tiffany Gillaspy) join in honoring the original inhabitants of the land that became known as Notre Dame at recent lacrosse games.

Preservation Week 2023: Tips from the Hesburgh Libraries Preservation Team

Hesburgh Libraries preservation experts offer some helpful tips on safely preserving your valued collections.

Hesburgh Libraries faculty and staff receive annual awards for excellence

Library staff and faculty members were recognized for milestone years of service and several were selected for recognition awards.

Hesburgh Libraries announces 2023 Hackathon winners

15 teams who competed in the 2023 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon were awarded honors on Sunday, April 2.

Preserving History

The University Archives: The visual, audio, and written memories of the University of Notre Dame

Hesburgh Libraries accepting submissions for the 2023 University of Notre Dame Library Research Award

The Hesburgh Libraries invites submissions from undergraduate students for the 2023 University of Notre Dame Library Research Award.

2023 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon registration is open

Registration is now open for the 2023 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon.

Hesburgh Libraries Analog Preservation and Conservation

The Preservation and Conservation Unit is responsible for the care of Hesburgh Library's overall collections, with emphasis on prolonging the life and usability of records, books or other materials through conservation activities.

Hesburgh Libraries offers Wall Street Journal to Notre Dame community

Through a new partnership, the Notre Dame community can now access *The Wall Street Journal*.

Hesburgh Libraries’ Leslie L. Morgan honored as member of Notre Dame’s All-Faculty Team

Leslie L. Morgan, Africana Studies and Education Librarian, was honored as a member of Notre Dame’s 2022 All-Faculty Team.

Found in Translation

In 50 years of overlooked letters, French class discovers new insights into Father Sorin and the early days of Notre Dame.

NFCDS announces 2022–23 Pedagogy Fellowship awardees

Five Notre Dame graduate students were accepted into the second cohort of the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship Pedagogy Fellows.

Hesburgh Libraries’ Tracey Morton receives Presidential Achievement Award

Hesburgh Libraries’ Tracey Morton, program coordinator for User Services and manager of Interlibrary Loan Borrowing, was honored with a Presidential Achievement Award for 2022.

Students receive University of Notre Dame Library Research Awards

The annual award honors students who demonstrate exemplary research skills while using a breadth of library resources.

Notre Dame’s Mandy Havert receives 2022 Foik Award

The 2022 Rev. Paul J. Foik, C.S.C., Award recognizes the outstanding professional contributions of Mandy Havert.

Hesburgh Libraries faculty and staff receive annual awards for excellence

Members of the library staff and faculty were recognized for milestone years of service; several staff received an annual Library Award for Excellence and select faculty received a Zavislak Library Faculty Recognition Award.

Hesburgh Libraries announces 2022 Hackathon winners

Five teams who competed in the 2022 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon were awarded honors on Sunday, March 27.

A Space for the Extraordinary: Exploring Rare Books & Special Collections

Notre Dame Stories published a photo essay about Rare Books & Special Collections’ holdings.

Accepting submissions for the 2022 Library Research award

The Library Research Award honors students who demonstrate exemplary research skills while using library resources.

Notre Dame Research is now accepting applications for the 2022 Library Acquisitions Grants

Faculty are invited to apply for the annual Library Acquisitions grant program, which is part of Notre Dame Research’s (NDR) internal grants program.

2022 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon registration is open

Registration is now open for the 2022 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon. The annual competition challenges teams of Notre Dame undergraduate students to reimagine solutions to everyday problems.

Walk the Walk Week 2022

Walk the Walk Week, a week-long series of University and department sponsored events designed to help us consider how we might take an active role in making Notre Dame even more welcoming and inclusive.

Notre Dame Research Announces 2021 Internal Grant Awardees

Twenty-four Notre Dame researchers, along with their collaborators at partner universities, have been awarded funding through Notre Dame Research’s Internal Grants Program.

In memoriam, Mandy Havert, graduate outreach and research services librarian

Mandy Havert, associate librarian at Hesburgh Libraries, passed away on Thursday, October 21, 2021.

GIS Day 2021 and Call for Presenters

Share how GIS contributes to your research and projects that make a difference in our community and around the world.

University librarian named Association of Research Libraries president

K. Matthew Dames, the Edward H. Arnold University Librarian at the University of Notre Dame, launched his term as the 61st president of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL).

Lou Holtz honors memory of wife, Beth, with gift to Hesburgh Library

Lou Holtz honors memory of wife, Beth, with a gift to Hesburgh Library for the Grand Reading Room.

NFCDS announces 2021-2022 Pedagogy Fellowship awardees

Five Notre Dame graduate students were accepted into the inaugural cohort of the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship Pedagogy Fellows.

Q & A with outgoing University Librarian Diane Walker after a decade at Notre Dame

Diane Walker shares highlights and reflections on her time as the University Librarian at Notre Dame and future opportunities for research libraries.

Notre Dame launches platform for online access to library, museum holdings

The Hesburgh Libraries and the Snite Museum of Art have launched an online teaching and research platform designed to make distinctive cultural heritage collections from the University accessible through a single portal.

K. Matthew Dames appointed chief librarian of Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Libraries

K. Matthew Dames, university librarian at Boston University, has been appointed the Edward H. Arnold University Librarian at the University of Notre Dame.

Notre Dame’s Patricia Lawton receives 2021 Foik Award

Congratulations to Patricia Lawton on receiving the 2021 Rev. Paul J. Foik, C.S.C., Award for her outstanding professional contributions.

Nine students receive University of Notre Dame Library Research Awards

The annual award honors students who demonstrate exemplary research skills while utilizing a breadth of library resources.

Two CSE student teams take top honors at 2021 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon

Two teams consisting entirely of students from Computer Science and Engineering, took first and second place honors in the 2021 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon.

Scott Weingart to lead Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship at Notre Dame

Scott Weingart has been appointed to serve as director for the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship in the Hesburgh Libraries at the University of Notre Dame.

Hesburgh Libraries announces 2021 Hackathon winners

Three teams who competed in the 2021 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon were awarded honors during a virtual ceremony on Saturday, May 1.

Notre Dame Forum 2021 will explore ‘Care for Our Common Home: Just Transition to a Sustainable Future’

The University of Notre Dame seeks to contribute to a transition to a cleaner future where the burdens of change are equitably borne and not simply sloughed off to the poor and powerless.

Sommo Poeta

The University of Notre Dame has long traditions in the research and teaching of Dante and is today considered one of the leading centers in the world for the study of the great Catholic poet.

Hesburgh Library to host annual Hackathon virtually

After a yearlong hiatus, the Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon has returned with a new virtual format.

Accepting submissions for the 2021 Library Research Award

The Library Research Award honors students who demonstrate exemplary research skills while utilizing a breadth of library resources.

2021 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon registration is open

Registration begins for the 2021 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon.

Love Data Week 2021 Haiku Contest winners announced

Love Data Week is an annual, week-long event each February dedicated to spreading awareness of the importance of data management, sharing, preservation and reuse.

Fitzgerald Institute and Hesburgh Libraries partner to advance real estate education

The Fitzgerald Institute for Real Estate has teamed with the Hesburgh Libraries’ Business Library to advance real estate training, education, and research at Notre Dame.

Happy Holidays from Hesburgh Libraries

A special holiday greeting from the Hesburgh Libraries.

Interviews on Implementing Effective Data Practices

This compilation is an excerpt from a three-part blog series originally published by the Association of Research Libraries.

SHARE Database Shutting Down While SHARE Services Enter New Phase

Hesburgh Libraries partnered with the Association of Research Libraries to archive this SHARE dataset in CurateND — Notre Dame's institutional repository.

Students receive University of Notre Dame Library Research Award

The annual award honors students who demonstrate exemplary research skills while utilizing a breadth of library resources.

Hesburgh Libraries faculty and staff receive annual awards for excellence

Hesburgh Libraries celebrates years of service, announces annual Library Awards for Excellence, and introduces a new faculty award.

Notre Dame university librarian Diane Parr Walker announces retirement

Diane Parr Walker, Edward H. Arnold University Librarian, has announced that she will retire in July 2021 after a decade of service at the helm of Hesburgh Libraries at the University of Notre Dame and over 40 years in research librarianship.

Lend a Hand: 2020 Institutional Spot features Hesburgh Library

Several years ago, market research told us the Word of Life mural (affectionately called Touchdown Jesus by many), on the southern facade of the Hesburgh Libary, was Notre Dame’s most recognizable landmark, even more recognizable than the golden dome of the Main Building.

"Compendium Animalium": Notre Dame Librarians Create Facsimile Rare Book for Students To Handle

Hesburgh Libraries curators and conservators turned a physical exhibit into a facsimile of an early modern book, offering students a hands-on experience with a rare material.

University Librarian Diane Walker: Hesburgh Libraries building access and services for fall semester

Beginning August 3, access to Hesburgh Library will expand and in-person services will resume, with some modifications.

University Librarian Diane Walker: Hesburgh Libraries current services and phased approach to fall semester

We are developing procedures to safely expand in-person library services and prepare for a controlled reopening of Hesburgh Libraries spaces. I write today to provide an update and additional details about what to expect as we approach the fall semester.

Notre Dame to begin fall semester on campus the week of Aug. 10

Notre Dame will welcome students back to campus for the 2020-21 fall semester the week of Aug. 10.

Notre Dame’s Pete Pietraszewski receives 2020 Foik Award

Congratulations to Pete Pietraszewski on receiving the 2020 Rev. Paul J. Foik, C.S.C., Award for her outstanding professional contributions.

Campus partners prove vital for continuing research and scholarship during pandemic

With many conferences and events being canceled due to COVID-19, campus partners find ways to continue virtually.

Renovated for a New Role — Hesburgh Library transforms layout and services for the digital age

The Hesburgh Library renovation project transforms spaces and services to support the needs of the digital age.

Notre Dame donates 3D printed face shields to medical outlets in need

Notre Dame faculty and staff to 3D print several thousand clear plastic face shields at the request of local and regional medical systems.

University Librarian Diane Walker: letter to the Notre Dame community

In-person access to Hesburgh Library and branch libraries has been suspended. Consultations and services continue online in support of distance teaching and learning.

CurateND is changing how the Notre Dame community preserves research and scholarship

The free, multifaceted research repository is designed to showcase and preserve research outputs while allowing users to also tag their affiliated departments, centers, institutes, and facilities.

Notre Dame switches to online after canceling in-person classes

Notre Dame announced a suspension of all in-person classes on campus beginning Monday, March 23, through at least Monday, April 13.

Accepting submissions for the 2020 University of Notre Dame Library Research Award Until May 15

The Hesburgh Libraries invites submissions from undergraduate students for the 2020 University of Notre Dame Library Research Award.

University of Notre Dame-developed home lead screening kits shown to be highly accurate

An inexpensive lead screening kit is comparable in accuracy and sensitivity to more costly in-home analysis.

Quantum Interest

Notre Dame restores forgotten letters of scholars’ physics debates

University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Libraries acquires a unique 11th-century Greek manuscript

The Hesburgh Libraries acquires a rare 11th-century Byzantine codex — pseudo-Maximus the Confessor — a collection of excerpts on moral and religious topics.

Digital transformation in library processes shapes collaboration between Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and Notre Dame

An official exchange program was recently established between ND and the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile to strengthen scholarly engagement between the two institutions.

Hesburgh Libraries Year in Review 2019

The Hesburgh Libraries celebrates a year of contributions to the library profession.

The Pfefer Collection: Knee deep in the hoopla

How librarian George Rugg's efforts shaped pro wrestling literature.

Library website has new features: Favorites and Checkout History

The Hesburgh Libraries is launching two new website features — Favorites and Checkout History — to meet the evolving needs of campus users.

New application cycle for the Keough-Naughton Library Research Award in Irish Studies: Applications due Sept. 20, 2019

The Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies and Notre Dame International are pleased to announce the continuation of the Keough-Naughton Library Research Award in Irish Studies.

Notre Dame announces significant growth in research funding

Researchers from Notre Dame have received $180.6 million in research funding for fiscal year 2019 — $100 million more than 10 years ago and a more than 27 percent increase from last year.

A Tour Through Time

Architecture students are tracing the history of Rome through its centuries-old travel guides with the help of HUE-ND.

For George Rugg, curating Notre Dame's collection of sports gems has been labor of love

George Rugg, retiring after 25 years as curator of special collections at Notre Dame's Hesburgh Library, explains the thrill of his job.

Notre Dame’s Tracy Bergstrom receives 2019 Foik Award

The 2019 Rev. Paul J. Foik, C.S.C., Award was awarded to Tracy Bergstrom, director of the Specialized Collection Services Program at Hesburgh Libraries.

Why Notre Dame needs potty talk

Student research project seeks to reduce barriers to safe and accessible bathrooms.

Hesburgh Libraries Rare Books and Special Collections receives largest gift of medieval manuscripts in the institution’s history

Mr. and Mrs. James E. and Elizabeth J. Ferrell have donated six remarkable medieval manuscripts from their private collection.

Nine Hesburgh Libraries staff receive annual Library Award for Excellence

Library faculty and staff were recognized for milestone years of service and several staff received the annual Library Award for Excellence.

Annual hackathon promotes creative problem-solving

Teams of undergraduate students will design, create and present a digital application to improve the Notre Dame community.

Professor Jason Ruiz receives grant to create digital archive of Pilsen murals

Ruiz plans to create a digital archive and mobile app devoted to the murals of Pilsen in partnership with the Historic Urban Environments Lab (HUE) at Notre Dame.

University of Notre Dame offers new services to build digital media skills

Two new service platforms are available to help build multimedia skills and promote teaching and learning with digital media.

The Keough-Naughton Library Research Award in Irish Studies welcomes first recipient to campus

Keelan Harkin from Canada is the first Keough-Naughton Library Research Award in Irish Studies grant recipient to visit campus.

Klau Center announces project to collect and archive narratives on race

The Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights announces new initiative to collect and record the voices of the Notre Dame community on the topic of race.

Friday Fives: Top five study spots on campus

Students rank the top 5 best study spots on campus. Hesburgh Library spaces rank #1 and #3.

Walsh Family Hall to be dedicated as new home of the School of Architecture

Notre Dame will dedicate the Matthew and Joyce Walsh Family Hall of Architecture as the new home for the School of Architecture Nov. 9.

Notre Dame to launch first English translation of Solzhenitsyn memoir at fall conference

Notre Dame will launch the first English translation of Solzhenitsyn's memoir during the "Higher Powers" conference.

When work becomes personal: Notre Dame team developing innovative home lead test

Mat Sisk, anthropology librarian and GIS specialist in the Navari Family CDS, helps tackle a public health problem.

Announcing the 2015 winners of the John Cotton Dana Library Public Relations Awards

Hesburgh Libraries honored with the 2015 John Cotton Dana Award from the American Library Association.

Hesburgh Libraries Year in Review 2018

Hesburgh Libraries celebrates a year of contributions to the library profession.

3D campus map assists students with visual challenges

The Architecture Library created a 3D map of campus to assist those with visual challenges.

Two Hesburgh Libraries faculty receive prestigious awards

Doug Archer and Thurston Miller receive awards for their decades of dedication to the library profession.

Notre Dame Research announces Kobayashi Travel Fund and Library Acquisition awardees

Five Notre Dame faculty members have been awarded grants from Notre Dame Research’s Internal Grants Program.

Notre Dame to establish new American home for Solzhenitsyn research

Notre Dame will be the new hub for research on Russian novelist and historian, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, by connecting researchers to collections held by the Hesburgh Libraries.

Five students receive Undergraduate Library Research Awards

Undergraduate Library Research Awards honor students who demonstrate superlative research skills while utilizing a breadth of library resources.

Book by Marcy Simons explores the evolving landscape of the academic library profession

Organizational Development Librarian explores the remarkable transformations in academic libraries over decades and outlines how to prepare for future change.

Notre Dame Press and Hesburgh Libraries launch online digital collection of acclaimed publications

The University of Notre Dame Press and the Hesburgh Libraries announce the launch of the *Notre Dame Press Collection*.

Building South Bend shows yesterday’s promise and tomorrow’s potential

South Bend’s Historic Preservation Commission and Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Libraries and School of Architecture are giving new life to old South Bend.

Notre Dame receives Mellon Foundation grant to help universities access library and museum holdings

Snite Museum of Art and Hesburgh Libraries will create a Unified Preservation and Exhibition Platform.

Computer science class is a hit at St. Joseph County Public Library

A community partnership between Hesburgh Libraries and St. Joseph County Public Library teaches kids computer coding through a free, 8-week long course called Google CS First.

Digital archive of historic Father Hesburgh works now available

Notre Dame Archives and Hesburgh Libraries have launched a research portal that preserves and increases access to important works of former University President Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C.

Notre Dame Archives book launch celebrating 175 years of Notre Dame history

*Notre Dame at 175: A Visual History* celebrates the University's 175th anniversary with a collection of outstanding photographs and images.

Digital preservation at Notre Dame breathes new life into 1967 Sisters' Survey

Notre Dame Archives and Hesburgh Libraries ensure born-digital holdings are preserved and made globally accessible.

Two Hesburgh Library renovation teams receive Presidential Team Irish Award

The Renovation Planning Team and the Document Delivery and Stacks Management Unit were recently honored with a Presidential Team Irish Award.

Hesburgh Libraries launches new website

After a year of feedback and planning, the time has finally come; Hesburgh Libraries proudly announces the launch of its newly designed website.

Notre Dame researchers digitize more than 60 years of written and taped resources

Notre Dame researchers are collecting materials for a digital library of critical events that took place throughout Latin America over more than 60 years.

Notre Dame students win awards for undergraduate research

Six University of Notre Dame undergraduate students received honors for excellence in research skills during the 10th annual Undergraduate Scholars Conference.

Uncovering the history of currency and counterfeiting in colonial america

Notre Dame researchers are studying social and economic patterns in pre-Federal America

Center for Civil and Human Rights to publish first database examining intersection of Catholic social teaching and international human rights law

Notre Dame Center for Civil and Human Rights and Hesburgh Libraries to introduce Convocate.

University of Notre Dame awarded National Leadership Grant for Libraries

Hesburgh Libraries awarded National Leadership Grant for Libraries.

Hesburgh Libraries receive largest gift in history from Navari Foundation

The Marilyn & Rudolph M. Navari Charitable Foundation has made a $10 million gift to the Hesburgh Libraries.

Notre Dame to renovate Hesburgh Library

In the wake of the 50th anniversary of the University of Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Library, the University will begin an interior renovation of the iconic building later this month.

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