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As an academic library, we rely heavily on our Student Assistants to help with many tasks such as processing and shelving library materials, and staffing public service desks at Burling, Kistle, the Listening Room and Special Collections/Archives. Our Library Student Assistants...

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This exhibition of books from Special Collections highlights the exploration of new territories, the discovery of new plants, animals, and objects (many of which found their way intoWunderkammer), and the scientific knowledge that ultimately arose from close observation of...

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Program unites area college libraries Drake University announced recently the Central Iowa Collaborative Collections Initiative (CI-CCI), partnering with Grinnell College, Grand View University, Central College and Simpson College. The initiative, as outlined in the formal...
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The Grinnell College Libraries' collections are housed in Burling Library, the Curriculum Library in Steiner Hall, and the Kistle Science Library in the Noyce Science Center. The Libraries' primary purpose is to support the research and study needs of Grinnell College students...
RSS is a system that was designed to notify people when content is added to a blog or other Web site. It is now used by over 18,000 journals to notify readers when new issues are published. This video provides a "plain English" introduction to RSS. To use RSS, you need two...
Faculty Studies in Burling Library Eight small studies on the basement level of Burling Library are available to Grinnell College faculty for assignment on a one-semester, two-semester, or summer basis. Needs for which these studies are an appropriate form of faculty support...
Quick Links  -- Poster Printing Request form - Ready to print? Save a copy of your file in the PosterDropBox folder at \\Storage\Projects\PosterDropBox, use our webform to notify us. Need to schedule print time for a group of posters? Use our scheduling form to let us know in...
For Students Circulation General Circulation Policies Library materials that circulate outside the building must be checked out using your Pioneer One Card (or, for local residents, Drake Community Library card). You must present your card to library staff to check out library...
The Burling Media Room, located on the lower level of Burling Library, houses a collection of nearly 7000 documentary and feature films in DVD, VHS and Blu-ray formats as well as a collection of over 22,000 audio recordings primarily in compact disc format.   The facilities...
Introduction Profound changes in the information environment within which learning and scholarship take place have challenged academic libraries everywhere, including ours. Teaching has become a more intensive, engaged activity for librarians, as the information environment...

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Lecture: 7:30 p.m.  Monday, Nov. 18, Rosenfield Center Room 101Roundtable: 10 a.m.  Tuesday, Nov. 19, Burling Library Lounge In conjunction with the lecture series (Re) Considering the Commons, sponsored by the Center for Prairie Studies, Grinnell College Libraries will host an...
For many Grinnellians, coming back to school means coming back to athletic competition. As the fall season ends, the Library's Iowa Room offers a historic look at more than one hundred years’ worth of Grinnell’s finest fall teams. Programs like football and cross country boast...
Films selected for the 2011 Favorite Films Festival will be shown Friday, January 28th, through Sunday, January 30th, in the Harris Center Cinema on the Grinnell College campus.  The times and features are: Friday, January 28th: 4:30 pm -- Planet Earth 7:30 pm -- Planet Earth (...
Voting for the 5th annual Favorite Films Festival begins Sunday, November 7. The campus community is invited to vote for their favorite films in the following categories: Mystery/SuspenseMusicalsDocumentaries The survey can be accessed through PioneerWeb beginning November 7th...
The survey for the 2011 Favorite Films Festival has closed with our highest total participation (263 or 11.2 percent) ever! The final vote totals are below: Mystery/Suspense Films Rear Window – 9 Musical Films The Sound of Music - 15 Documentary Films Planet Earth – 8 Supersize...
Voting for the films to be shown at the sixth annual Grinnell College Favorite Films Festival has begun.  Members of the college community are invited to log into PioneerWeb and vote for their favorite films in three categories: Movie Thrillers Cult Classics Film Adaptations The...
  With our new discovery tool 3Search, you can now explore 3 sets of resources at the same time: Grinnell's Collections (including the library catalog, Digital Grinnell, and the College's archives and manuscript collections), WorldCat, and More than 20 article databases from...
Grinnell College’s Favorite Film Festival is set for this Friday and Saturday, Jan. 27-28, at the campus’ Harris Cinema. Screening dates and times for the selected films are: Friday, January 27 at 9:00 p.m. The Big Lebowski (Favorite Cult Classic) Saturday, January 28 at 6:00 p....
George Gershwin’s “American folk opera” Porgy and Bess premiered in 1935 and has been the subject of interest—and controversy—throughout most of its existence. Based on the book Porgy, written by Dubose Heyward, the opera has spawned numerous sound and video recordings. Most of...
For her class Making History: 1968, Diane Lenertz ’15 visited the Grinnell College archives. She looked at some of the underground newspapers and other student publications from the late 1960s and early 1970s, and also some of the FBI documents about the College. “I thought it...
For her class Making History: 1968, Diane Lenertz ’15 visited the Grinnell College archives. She looked at some of the underground newspapers and other student publications from the late 1960s and early 1970s, and also some of the FBI documents about the College. “I thought it...
  We have three database trials for April. Let us know what you think! Send your comments toquery[at]grinnell[dot]edu. FILM Filmakers Library Online (http://flon.alexanderstreet.com/help/view/about_filmakers_library_online) provides award-winning documentaries with relevance...
In 2013, the Grinnell College Libraries were selected to participate in the new program "Assessment in Action: Academic Libraries and Student Success," to examine the impact of the library on student success and help academic libraries contribute to assessment activities on...
On my second day at the archives, I pulled open a drawer that was literally overflowing with event posters from the last 50 years of Grinnell's Art and Music departments. Many of these were stunning, either hand drawn or beautifully printed. Some of my favorites are below, and...
Special Collections and Archives invites you to the second annual Break Open the Vault! event from 8 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, Burling Library Special Collections and Archive. This is a rare opportunity to see a wide range of artifacts, memorabilia and other treasures from...
Special Collections and Archives invites you to the second annual Break Open the Vault! event from 8 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, Burling Library Special Collections and Archive. This is a rare opportunity to see a wide range of artifacts, memorabilia and other treasures from...
  12:15pm at the Career Development Office, CDO 104 (1127 Park Street) Deana is Assistant Professor and Library Program Manager at National Louis University Library with specific interests in rare books and special collections. Ben is a technology manager at Allstate Insurance,...
The opera world is celebrating the bicentennial of German composer Richard Wagner.  The composer, born on May 22, 1813, wrote some of the best-known operas of the 19th century.  The Grinnell College Libraries hold numerous sound and video recordings of Wagner’s works performed...
  Grinnell College Libraries are offering Drop-in research assistance (large and small projects welcome!) during our Crunch Time Research Tuesdays November 16 and November 30. Librarians and Reference Assistants will be available continuously to work with students from 1:30...
This database covers the early voyages of European discovery through present day American imperialism. Empire Online combines facsimile representations of rare documents and books with scholarly articles written to elaborate and contextualize the documents. You can connect to...
The Grinnell College Libraries upgraded our Interlibrary Loan software, making it easier for you to initiate and track Interlibrary Loan requests from your residence hall, home or office through the web. Beginning August 7, 2013, you will have the ability to track the status of...
  The Libraries'  trial of the Films on Demand video streaming service has been extended until December 21, 2011. Patrons may access the full range of films available through the service and are encouraged to share their views of the service as we evaluate it for possible...
The Libraries are now accepting Food for Fines, now through December 10. Students can bring in up to 10 canned or boxed food items for the MICA food pantry and reduce their library fines ($1 per item). Items will be collected at the Burling and Kistle circulation desks.
  The Food for Fines program is starting this Monday, November 15, and running through November 30. Students can bring in up to 10 canned or boxed food items for the MICA food pantry and reduce their library fines ($1 per item). Items will be collected at the Burling and Kistle...
Grinnell College, Drake University, Central College, Simpson College, and Grand View University have formed the Central Iowa Collaborative Collections Initiative (CI-CCI) to ensure the availability of scholarly materials held by the cooperating institutions through analysis of...
Grinnell College, Drake University, Central College, Simpson College, and Grand View University have formed the Central Iowa Collaborative Collections Initiative (CI-CCI) to ensure the availability of scholarly materials held by the cooperating institutions through analysis of...
This short YouTube video features simple searches for finding the best results in Grinnell's library catalog.  The video was created by Herbie Lynn and Biva Rajbhandari, two of our reference assistants. 
Learn more about Henry S. Conard at Burling Library's exhibition, “Henry S. Conard, Grinnell’s Ecologist.” Conard was a highly respected botanist and beloved teacher during his 38 years at Grinnell. The exhibit displays examples of Conard’s scientific work, photographs of him,...
Learn more about Henry S. Conard at Burling Library's exhibition, “Henry S. Conard, Grinnell’s Ecologist.” Conard was a highly respected botanist and beloved teacher during his 38 years at Grinnell. The exhibit displays examples of Conard’s scientific work, photographs of him,...
Life-changing experiences await Grinnellians who study abroad or off-campus—made possible through a wealth of fellowships, internships, and programs.   So what is it like to study abroad? How does what you learn — in diverse cultures thousands of miles away — affect you and...
We recently received an interesting question regarding the relationship between Griswold College, in Davenport, IA, and Grinnell College, and whether Grinnell had ever been called Griswold. We had never heard of such a direct relationship between the two institutions, which made...
During spring and summer 2014, the Burling Library exhibition "Harry Duncan ’38 and the Cummington Press" is on display on the main floor and in Burling Gallery on the lower level. Harry Duncan ’38 printed handmade, limited edition books with a Gutenberg-style press under the...
During spring and summer 2014, the Burling Library exhibition "Harry Duncan ’38 and the Cummington Press" is on display on the main floor and in Burling Gallery on the lower level. Harry Duncan ’38 printed handmade, limited edition books with a Gutenberg-style press under the...
Karla Erickson will discuss her popular new book How We Die Now: Intimacy and the Work of Dying with a panel of students, faculty, and community members at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, April 17, in the Burling Library Lounge. This event is open to the public, and light refreshments will...
Karla Erickson will discuss her popular new book How We Die Now: Intimacy and the Work of Dying with a panel of students, faculty, and community members at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, April 17, in the Burling Library Lounge. This event is open to the public, and light refreshments will...
In 2013, a team made up of Drake Community Library and Grinnell College Library staff was selected to take part in ILEAD USA (Innovative Librarians Explore, Apply and Discover). This prestigious year-long program is designed to help library staff understand and respond to user...
The campus community has selected the three films for the 6th annual Favorite Films Festival. The films are: Movie Thriller: Silence of the Lambs Cult Classics: The Big Lebowski Film Adaptations: To Kill a Mockingbird The Film Festival is scheduled for Jan. 27-29. More...
Scrapbook-making was a popular tradition in the late 19th to mid-20th century. It’s a great way to see how past Grinnellians  commemorated their time here — revealing not so much the official or stereotypical image of the times, but the silly, sincere side that reminds us that...
Scrapbook-making was a popular tradition in the late 19th to mid-20th century. It’s a great way to see how past Grinnellians  commemorated their time here — revealing not so much the official or stereotypical image of the times, but the silly, sincere side that reminds us that...
This exhibition of books from Special Collections highlights the exploration of new territories, the discovery of new plants, animals, and objects (many of which found their way into Wunderkammer), and the scientific knowledge that ultimately arose from close observation of...
Did you know that Grinnell College used to have horse stables?  I didn't, either, until I found the Kelly Stables plaque (pictured right) in the Vault.  Sometimes, in the course of processing material for special collections or the archives, we come across items like this that...
Enjoy homemade cookies and milk at the Libraries study breaks, 9 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16, and Tuesday, Dec. 17. In the Burling Library Lounge, Ritalin Test Squad will perform on Monday and the Neverland Players will perform on Tuesday. Cookies will be delivered to Kistle Library,...
Enjoy homemade cookies and milk at the Libraries study breaks, 9 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16, and Tuesday, Dec. 17. In the Burling Library Lounge, Ritalin Test Squad will perform on Monday and the Neverland Players will perform on Tuesday. Cookies will be delivered to Kistle Library,...
Please join us for a quick break from studying with homemade cookies and milk and student performers. Study breaks are 9–10 p.m. Monday, May 12 and Tuesday, May 13 in the Burling Library Lounge. Cookies will also be delivered to Kistle Library. Students will perform during the...
Please join us for a quick break from studying with homemade cookies and milk and student performers. Study breaks are 9–10 p.m. Monday, May 12 and Tuesday, May 13 in the Burling Library Lounge. Cookies will also be delivered to Kistle Library. Students will perform during the...
  During Spring Break, videos designated as “Library Use Only” were moved from the Burling Media Room office and integrated into the regular video collection. The move allows all patrons to have more ready access for browsing during library hours and makes it easier for faculty...
Emma Lange ’16 has joined the libraries as a summer intern. Her internship focuses on improving the usability of some of our online resources such as 3Search and Digital Grinnell. Lange is creating, performing, and analyzing usability tests to see if our users’ experiences match...
Emma Lange ’16 has joined the libraries as a summer intern. Her internship focuses on improving the usability of some of our online resources such as 3Search and Digital Grinnell. Lange is creating, performing, and analyzing usability tests to see if our users’ experiences match...
  Sam Dunnington ’14 has been working in the Libraries' Special Collections and Archives since summer 2012. While his job involves tasks such as helping patrons with reference questions and processing collections, Dunnington particularly enjoys the outreach side of his work:...
  Sam Dunnington ’14 has been working in the Libraries' Special Collections and Archives since summer 2012. While his job involves tasks such as helping patrons with reference questions and processing collections, Dunnington particularly enjoys the outreach side of his work:...
Most mornings, I work at Carnegie Hall, copying, smiling, and helping my work supervisors and professors with clerical work. I really appreciate the job because it has helped me to get to know a really cool individual I like to call Mr. Copy Machine. My job has also helped me...
Covering a wide-ranging digital resource, American Indian Histories and Cultures presents a unique insight into interactions between American Indians and Europeans from their earliest contact, continuing through the turbulence of the American Civil War, the on-going...
As part of America's Historical Newspapers, Hispanic American Newspapers, 1808-1980 provides a collection of full text newspapers from 14 states that reflect Hispanic American history, culture, and daily life between 1808-1980. America's Historical Newspapers contains electronic...
As part of America's Historical Newspapers, Hispanic American Newspapers, 1808-1980 provides a collection of full text newspapers from 14 states that reflect Hispanic American history, culture, and daily life between 1808-1980. America's Historical Newspapers contains electronic...
  The Libraries are happy to announce the launch of our new mobile catalog interface athttp://libweb.grinnell.edu/m/. Search the library catalog, keep a list of saved items, IM a librarian, or check library hours all on your mobile device. You can also access a few of your...
See what we’re up to! Grinnell College Libraries are pleased to unveil a visualization feature as an enhancement to our discovery tool 3Search. What can I do with this feature? You can see how books and other items from Grinnell’s collections matching your search are distributed...
See what we’re up to! Grinnell College Libraries are pleased to unveil a visualization feature as an enhancement to our discovery tool 3Search. What can I do with this feature? You can see how books and other items from Grinnell’s collections matching your search are distributed...
Beginning April 2014, Grinnell College students, faculty, and staff have online access to the New York Times via a subscription paid by the Grinnell College Libraries. The site license was brokered by the Center for Research Libraries. Full access requires registration. For more...
Beginning April 2014, Grinnell College students, faculty, and staff have online access to the New York Times via a subscription paid by the Grinnell College Libraries. The site license was brokered by the Center for Research Libraries. Full access requires registration. For more...
On Monday, 15 April 2013, the Grinnell College Faculty voted in favor of a resolution presented by the Open Access Task Force, committing themselves to expanding access to their forthcoming scholarly articles. According to the resolution, faculty give Grinnell College permission...
On Monday, 15 April 2013, the Grinnell College Faculty voted in favor of a resolution presented by the Open Access Task Force, committing themselves to expanding access to their forthcoming scholarly articles. According to the resolution, faculty give Grinnell College permission...
The Center for Prairie Studies and the Grinnell College Libraries have collaborated in the installation of two dramatic photographs of prairie plants that have been hung on the first floor of Burling Library, on the east and west brick walls (south side). Created by the Land...
JournalFinder and Search for Full Text may be unavailable between 7:00pm and 9:00pm on Friday, September 16 while the system is being upgraded.
There is no shortage of leaders among Grinnell’s alumni. Plenty have risen to what most would consider lofty leadership positions in business, finance, and politics. Grinnellians also are leaders in the arts, academia, technology, and social reforms. Despite this, a 2008 on-...
There is no shortage of leaders among Grinnell’s alumni. Plenty have risen to what most would consider lofty leadership positions in business, finance, and politics. Grinnellians also are leaders in the arts, academia, technology, and social reforms. Despite this, a 2008 on-...
The Research Pro server will be offline from 9:00pm to Midnight on Saturday 2/4/2012 for maintenance. Once the system is brought back online, there should be no outstanding problems, and full functionality should be restored.
Grinnell College has been known by many names, but was it ever called "The People's College"?  This was a question we received recently in the College Archives.  Here is what we found.  Grinnell University was chartered in 1855 by 30 member Electors in the recently established...
The Libraries wish to thank the faculty for their hard work and time during the Serials Review that took place last academic year. Over a period of several months, faculty collectively reviewed every Library journal and database subscription and recommended a large number of...
Summer in Grinnell may seem quiet. But four Mentored Advanced Project (MAP) students who are working with Sarah Purcell ’92, professor of history, find it the best time to focus on in-depth research. The students are working on independent projects related to deaths in the U.S....
Summer in Grinnell may seem quiet. But four Mentored Advanced Project (MAP) students who are working with Sarah Purcell ’92, professor of history, find it the best time to focus on in-depth research. The students are working on independent projects related to deaths in the U.S....
  by Sam Dunnington, '14 Anywhere I can eat mozzarella sticks until my head starts to hurt is a place I'm happy to be, but sometimes the Spencer Grille leaves me wanting for finer cuisine. I wasn't sure if there was ever a better alternative until I stumbled across the pictured...
  Release party: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, Rosenfield Center Room 101 The Grinnell Beowulf is a translation and teaching edition of the Old English poem. Six students — Eva Dawson ’14, Emily Johnson ’14, Jeanette Miller ’14, Logan Shearer ’14, Aniela Wendt ’14, and Kate Whitman...
  Release party: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, Rosenfield Center Room 101 The Grinnell Beowulf is a translation and teaching edition of the Old English poem. Six students — Eva Dawson ’14, Emily Johnson ’14, Jeanette Miller ’14, Logan Shearer ’14, Aniela Wendt ’14, and Kate Whitman...
  Grinnell College is hosting a reading group for The Grinnell Beowulf translation. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the college are invited to participate by reading this epic poem and joining in a series of discussions with Assistant Professor of English Tim...
  Grinnell College is hosting a reading group for The Grinnell Beowulf translation. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the college are invited to participate by reading this epic poem and joining in a series of discussions with Assistant Professor of English Tim...
  Peter Beck ’02, a senior analyst for the Government Accountability Office, will discuss “The State of Federal Performance” in a roundtable discussion at noon Thursday, Feb. 27, in the Burling Library Lounge.  Beck will also give a talk on "Careers in Government” in Rosenfield...
  Peter Beck ’02, a senior analyst for the Government Accountability Office, will discuss “The State of Federal Performance” in a roundtable discussion at noon Thursday, Feb. 27, in the Burling Library Lounge.  Beck will also give a talk on "Careers in Government” in Rosenfield...
Grinnell College Libraries are excited to share our student-narrated video tours of Burling Library. Enjoy these short virtual tours on Burling's computing area, circulation and research desks, lounge, and hidden gems. Please send us feedback to suggest new topics and let us...
Grinnell College Libraries are excited to share our student-narrated video tours of Burling Library. Enjoy these short virtual tours on Burling's computing area, circulation and research desks, lounge, and hidden gems. Please send us feedback to suggest new topics and let us...
Would you like to help us identify the people and events in the College's photograph collection in Digital Grinnell? Digital Grinnell is getting a transcribing and captioning enhancement. You can now add text to the pictures and enhance the understanding of Grinnell’s rich...
Would you like to help us identify the people and events in the College's photograph collection in Digital Grinnell? Digital Grinnell is getting a transcribing and captioning enhancement. You can now add text to the pictures and enhance the understanding of Grinnell’s rich...
  Biography In Context (http://ic.galegroup.com/ic/bic1/?userGroupName=grin67026) includes 600,000 biographies and brings users face to face with historical figures and today’s most studied newsmakers via videos, audios and images. Please let us know your thoughts on Biography...
A Familiar Face Returns to the Libraries Karla Landers joined us as a library assistant in Acquisitions and Serials department in December 2013. Karla has ten years of library experience, working previously in Burling Library (Serials, Acquisitions, Government Documents, and...
A Familiar Face Returns to the Libraries Karla Landers joined us as a library assistant in Acquisitions and Serials department in December 2013. Karla has ten years of library experience, working previously in Burling Library (Serials, Acquisitions, Government Documents, and...
New Spaces and Tools: Consultation Spaces: Two semi-private spaces are now available on Burling's first floor (west side, next to Current Journals) for group meetings. Each accommodates up to 5 people around a table, with power and data. Faculty, staff, and students will be able...
New Faces! Marilyn O’Brien arrives at the Grinnell College Libraries with a B.A. in Elementary Education, and a Masters in Public Administration from Drake University. Marilyn also has considerable training in library science through courses in the field taken at the University...
New Faces Jieun Kang: A newly graduated librarian from Kent State University in Ohio. Jieun also holds an MA in History from The Ohio State University, with a concentration in Modern US history; and a BA in History Education from Seoul National University (South Korea).  Jieun...
New Faces Micki Behounek:  Access Services Manager. Micki has a B.A. in Business Education from Buena Vista University and an M.A. from the University of Iowa in Library and Information Science. Micki has fifteen years of library experience as a High School/Middle School Teacher...
  New Faces Biva Rajbhandari '12, Reference Assistant Nathan Clubb '10, Evening Circulation Supervisor, Burling Library New Tools, Databases and Other Collections Send us a Text Message! Text (712) 560-9033 for brief answers to your simple questions. Reference help is also...
  New Faces in the Libraries We welcome two new Library Research Tutors this spring: Meg Rudy '14 (undeclared) and Liz Holmes '13 (Psychology). Liz, Meg and our returning tutors – Kim Steele, Biva Rajbhandari, Victoria Vertilo and Mateo Jarquin – will provide research tips and...
New Faces We welcome two new research tutors this spring: Irene Bruce '15 and Anthony Wenndt '15. Stop by Burling's research desk to meet Irene and Anthony (and our other four tutors) and for help with your research during their afternoon and evening shifts. Databases Europa...
New Faces, New Roles Chris Jones has been appointed Grinnell’s special collections librarian and archivist of the College. Since 2010, Chris has served as library assistant in special collections here at Grinnell. Previously, Chris worked in the Rare Book & Manuscript...
New Faces, New Roles Chris Jones has been appointed Grinnell’s special collections librarian and archivist of the College. Since 2010, Chris has served as library assistant in special collections here at Grinnell. Previously, Chris worked in the Rare Book & Manuscript...
  In celebration of Women's History Month, the Grinnell College Libraries are featuring a range of research tools throughout March. The first of this series is Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000. This collection currently includes: 110 document projects...
  In celebration of Women's History Month, the Grinnell College Libraries are featuring a range of research tools throughout March. The first of this series is Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000. This collection currently includes: 110 document projects...
  Panel: 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, Bucksbaum Center Faulconer GalleryPanel: 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, Bucksbaum Center Faulconer Gallery A “Wunderkammer,” or room of wonders, was at once a study, a laboratory, and a social space wherein people collected oddities and were...

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Located in the lower level of Burling Library, the Burling Gallery presents exhibitions comprising works from the College's extensive collections of works on paper throughout the year. Summer hours begin May 19: Monday - Friday 8-5

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