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IOIA Webinar Schedule


IOIA Webinar
Canada Organic Regime Crop Standards
June 20 & 23, 2017

Start time: 9:00 a.m. (Pacific Time)
End Time: 12:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)

This webinar will be given in two sessions, on two dates, each three hours long. Enrollment is limited to 25.  The webinar is available in the US and Canada via phone or VOIP, available elsewhere via VOIP.

Registration:  Click here to register for the webinar

This 100 level webinar training course will cover the Canadian Organic Regime (COR) as it pertains to crop operations. The training will prepare participants to verify compliance with the COR Crop Standard. This course is geared to prepare those who intend to take further training to become organic inspectors or file reviewers and for working inspectors and reviewers who have taken a basic crop inspection course to a standard other than the COR.  It is also recommended for organic handlers, processors, consultants, educators, extension, and certification agency staff. This course can be used as a credential to seek work as an entry-level certification file reviewer.

Previous IOIA webinars have been evaluated very well by inspectors, reviewers, and, certification agency staff. The presenter is experienced organic inspector and IOIA Trainer, Garry Lean from Ontario, Canada.

Scheduling Due Dates: The course may require 2-4 hours to complete self-study pre-course exercises in advance of the webinar, 2 hours to complete the mid-course assignment, and approximately 1-1 ½ hours to complete the exam following the webinar.

Deadlines:
Pre-course submission deadline is noon:  June 16, 2017
Mid-course submission deadline is noon:  June 22, 2017
Final exam deadline is midnight:  June 30, 2017

This Webinar Training course will cover the areas of inquiry and potential issues when verifying organic crops to meet the requirements of the Canada Organic Regime. Participants will gain skill in navigating the key documents of the Canada Organic Regime as they relate to crops: the Organic Products Regulations, the General Principles and Management Standards and the Canadian Permitted Substances Lists.  Also included will be references helpful for crop inspectors, understanding the labeling rules and a review of Canada’s equivalency arrangements with other countries.

Cost for Webinar:
$325 for IOIA members
$350 for non IOIA members

Payment for the Webinar:
To pay for a webinar with PayPal, please click here.
Checks or Money Orders must be made out to:  International Organic Inspectors Association (IOIA) in U.S. funds only.

Certificate Requirements: Participants who meet minimum requirements will receive an IOIA Certificate of Completion for Canada Organic Regime Crop Standard.

Participants who attend but opt out of assignments and the exam, or fail to achieve a passing score, will receive a Letter of Participation for Canada Organic Regime Crop Standard to document their participation.

The course is comprised of 4 components:  self study pre-course and mid-course assignments, the webinar, and a final exam.  The self-study components include exercises that are completed and submitted in advance of the each webinar presentation date, and encourages participants to prepare and explore resources related to COR crop standards. The webinar will include in-class discussion, examples, exercises and the opportunity for questions and answers. The course concludes with an exam to evaluate individual learning.


IOIA Training Webinar
IOIA/COTA Canada Organic Regime Processing Standard
September 12 & 19, 2017

Start time: 9:00 a.m. (Pacific Time)
End Time: 12:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)

This webinar will be given in two sessions, on two dates, each three hours long. Enrollment is limited to 25. The webinar is available in the US and Canada via phone or VOIP, available elsewhere via VOIP.

This 100 level webinar training course will cover the Canadian Organic Regime (COR) as it pertains to processing operations.

The training will prepare participants to verify compliance with the COR Processing Standard. This course is geared to prepare those who intend to take further training to become organic inspectors or file reviewers. It is also highly recommended for working inspectors and reviewers who have taken a basic processing inspection course to a standard other than the COR. It is also recommended for organic handlers, processors, consultants, educators, extension, and certification agency staff. This course can be used as a credential to seek work as an entry-level certification file reviewer. The presenter is experienced organic inspector and IOIA Trainer, Kelly A. Monaghan.

This Webinar Training course will focus on topics including the Organic Products Regulations, the General Principles and Management Standards & the Standard and the Canadian Permitted Substances Lists. Participants will gain skill in navigating the Organic Products Regulations as well as the Standard and PSL, understanding the labeling rules, inspection and certification requirements. It will also cover the issues relating to Canada’s two equivalency arrangements with the USA and the EU.

Cost for Webinar:
$300 for IOIA and COTA members
$325 for IOIA members
$325 for COTA members
$350 for non-IOIA and non-COTA members

PayPal Webinar Payment: click here
Checks or Money Orders also accepted for payment and must be made out to: International Organic Inspectors Association (IOIA) in U.S. funds only.

Registration Required: Registration Link

The course is comprised of 3 components: self-study, webinar, and evaluation. The self-study component includes exercises that are completed and submitted in advance of the webinar and encourages participants to prepare and explore a resources related to COR crop standards. The webinar will include in-class discussion, examples, exercises and the opportunity for questions and answers. The course concludes with an exam to evaluate individual learning.

Scheduling: The course may require 2-4 hours to complete self-study pre-course exercises in advance of the webinar and approximately 1-1 ½ hours to complete the exam following the webinar. Deadlines: Pre-course exercises: Noon, September 8, 2017. Final Exam: Midnight, September 26, 2017.

Participants who meet minimum requirements will receive an IOIA/COTA Certificate of Completion for Canadian Organic Regime Processing Standard. Participants who attend but opt out of assignments, the exam, or fail to achieve a passing score, will receive a Letter of Participation for Canadian Organic Regime Processing Standard to document their participation.


IOIA Webinar
NOP Crop Standards
October 17 & 20, 2017

Start Time: 9:00 a.m. (Pacific Time)
End Time: 12:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)

This webinar will be given in two sessions, on two dates, each three hours long. Enrollment is limited to 20.  The webinar is available in the US and Canada via phone or VOIP, available elsewhere via VOIP.

The NOP Organic Crop Standards webinar is a 100 level course and is designed to prepare participants to verify compliance with the NOP Crop Standards. This webinar training course will focus on topics including the National List of allowed synthetic and prohibited natural inputs for crop production. Participants will also gain skill in understanding and navigating the NOP regulations.

This course is geared to prepare those who intend to take further training to become organic inspectors or file reviewers. It is also highly recommended for organic producers, consultants, educators, extension, and certification agency staff and can be used as a credential to seek work as an entry-level certification file reviewer.

Experienced IOIA Trainer and organic inspector Garry Lean, and/or IOIA Executive Director Margaret Scoles will present the course. Garry and Margaret have over 40 years of organic inspection and teaching experience, farm and ranch ownership/management and formal agricultural training in agroecology, soils and agronomy.

Cost for the Webinar 
$350, with a $25 discount for IOIA members.

To Register: click here

To pay for the webinar: with PayPal, please  click here.  Or to pay IOIA with a Check or Money Order make the check out to International Organic Inspectors Association (IOIA) in U.S. funds only.

The course is comprised of 4 components:  self-study pre-course, mid-course, the webinar, and an exam. The self-study components include exercises that are completed and submitted for grading. The pre and mid course exercises encourage participants to prepare and explore resources on the NOP website applicable to organic crop standards. The webinar will include in-class discussion, examples, exercises and the opportunity for questions and answers.  The course concludes with an exam to evaluate individual learning.

Scheduling: The course may require 2-4 hours to complete the self-study pre-course exercises in advance of the webinar, an 1 ½ hours to complete the mid course assignment and approximately 1 ½ -2 hours to complete the exam following the webinar.
Due Dates for the assignments:
Pre-course due noon, October 13, 2017
Mid-course due noon, October 19, 2017
Final Exam due midnight, October 27, 2017

Certificates:  Participants who meet minimum requirements will receive an IOIA Certificate of Completion for NOP Organic Crop Standards Training.

Letters of Participation:  Students who attend but opt out of assignments and the exam, or fail to achieve a passing score, will receive an IOIA Letter of Participation for NOP Organic Crop Standards Training, to document their attendance.


IOIA Webinar - 200 level
In/out balances, Traceability Tests and Recipe Verification for Processing Inspection under NOP & COR
October 25 & November 1, 2017

Start time: 9:00 a.m. (Pacific Time)
End Time: 11:00 a.m. (Pacific Time)

This webinar will be given in two sessions, on two dates, each two hours long. Enrollment is limited to 20.  The webinar is available in the US and Canada via phone or VOIP, available elsewhere via VOIP.

The presenter for the course is experienced IOIA Trainer and processing inspector Kelly Monaghan.

This webinar allows inspectors and certifiers to further their understanding of the requirements of the NOP and COR standards as they pertain to recordkeeping in the processing environment, with an emphasis on methodology, practical applications and standardized reporting. The course exercises are designed so that each participant can complete them in either metric or US standard units.

This course is designed for persons with at least two years of experience in organic inspection or certification review experience. Course participants preferably will have completed an IOIA Basic Inspection course and or are already working as inspectors or reviewers. Participants must have approval from IOIA to sign up for this webinar course, if they have not taken the basic IOIA processing inspection course, or do not have experience inspecting processing facilities. 

Cost for the webinar is:
$300 for non-IOIA members
$275 for IOIA members
Registration Required: Registration and Payment Link

PayPal Webinar Payment: IOIA webinar payment via PayPal
Checks or Money Orders also accepted for payment and must be made out to: International Organic Inspectors Association (IOIA) in U.S. funds only.

This course is comprised of four components: pre-course and midcourse assignments, the webinar, and a post webinar exam. Final grade for this webinar course is a combination of the scores received on the pre-course, mid-course and final exam.

The pre-course assignment presents two case studies, some discussion questions and an initial exercise to validate production records against product profiles. The first webinar session reviews regulatory requirements, presents good practices and methods for in/out balances, presents a standardized in/out balancing reporting format, and presents recipe verification guidelines. The mid-session assignment includes an additional exercise to validate production records against product profiles, as well as in/out exercises for both facilities presented in the case studies. The second webinar session covers how to conduct traceability tests in the processing environment and use a standardized reporting format for such tests. The final exam has short answer questions and exercises based on a case study: recipe verification, in/out balance and traceability.

Course Assignment Due Dates:
Pre-course October 20 by noon
Mid-course October 30 by noon
Exam November 8 by midnight

Scheduling: The course may require 2-4 hours to complete the pre-course exercises in advance of the webinar, 2-3 hours to complete the mid course assignment and approximately 1-2 hours to complete the exam following the webinar.

Certificates:  Participants who meet passing requirements for required assignments and the final exam receive an IOIA webinar, Certificate of Completion. Participants who attend but opt out of assignments and the exam, or fail to achieve a passing score, receive a Letter of Participation.


IOIA Webinar
NOP Livestock Standard
October 31 and November 3, 2017

Start Time: 9:00 a.m. (Pacific Time)
End Time: 12:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)

This webinar will be given in two sessions, on two dates, each three hours long. Enrollment is limited to 20. The webinar is available in the US and Canada via phone or VOIP, available elsewhere via VOIP.

The webinar is a 100 level course will prepare participants to verify compliance with the NOP Livestock Standards. This webinar training course will focus on topics including the National List of allowed synthetic and prohibited natural inputs for livestock production. Participants will also gain skill in understanding and navigating the NOP regulations.

This course is geared to prepare those who intend to take further training to become organic inspectors or file reviewers. It is also highly recommended for organic producers, consultants, educators, extension, and certification agency staff and can be used as a credential to seek work as an entry-level certification file reviewer.

Experienced IOIA Trainer and organic inspector Garry Lean, will present the course.

Cost for the Webinar:
$350, with a $25 discount for IOIA members.

To Register: click here

To pay for the webinar: with PayPal, please click here. Or to pay IOIA with a Check or Money Order make the check out to International Organic Inspectors Association (IOIA) in U.S. funds only.

The course is comprised of 4 components: self-study pre-course, mid-course exercises, the webinar, and an exam. The self-study components include exercises that are completed and submitted for grading. The pre and mid courses are designed to encourage participants to prepare and explore resources on the NOP website applicable to organic livestock standards. The webinar will include in-class discussion, examples, exercises and the opportunity for questions and answers. The course concludes with an exam to evaluate individual learning.

Scheduling: The course may require 2-4 hours to complete the self-study pre-course exercises in advance of the webinar, and 1 ½ hours to complete the mid course assignment and approximately 1 ½ -2 hours to complete the exam following the webinar.

Due Dates for the assignments:
Pre-course due noon, October 27, 2017
Mid-course due noon, November 2, 2017
Final Exam due midnight, November 10, 2017

Certificates: Participants who meet minimum requirements will receive an IOIA Certificate of Completion for NOP Organic Livestock Standards Training.

Letters of Participation: Students who attend but opt out of assignments and the exam, or fail to achieve a passing score, will receive an IOIA Letter of Participation for NOP Organic Livestock Standards Training, to document their attendance.


IOIA Webinar
NOP Processing Standards
November 7 and 10, 2017

Start Time: 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time
End Time: 12:00 p.m. Pacific Time

This webinar is a two part series, each are 3 hours in duration. The webinar is available in the US and Canada via phone or VOIP, available elsewhere via VOIP.

This basic 100 level webinar training course will prepare participants to verify compliance with the NOP Processing Standards. The course is designed as an essential session for the Processing Inspector or Reviewer. It is highly recommended for organic handlers, processors, consultants, educators, extension, and certification agency staff and can be used as a credential to seek work as an entry-level certification file reviewer. This course is also geared to prepare those who intend to take further training to become organic inspectors or file reviewers.

The IOIA Trainer for this webinar is Luis Brenes. Luis has 18 years of experience as an accredited organic inspector and has audited farms and food processing facilities throughout North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia.

This Webinar Training course will focus on topics including the National List of approved ingredients both natural and synthetic. It will also cover labeling, inspection, and certification requirements. Participants will gain skill in navigating the regulations. The training includes pre-course assignment and reading, a mid course assignment, 5 hours of in-class instruction via distance presenter, and a post course exam.

Cost for the webinar:
$325 for IOIA members
$350 for non IOIA members

To register:  REGISTER HERE

To pay for the webinar with PayPal, please click here.
Checks or Money Orders must be made out to:
International Organic Inspectors Association (IOIA) in U.S. funds only.

Scheduling: The course may require 4-6 hours to complete the self-study pre-course and mid-course exercises and approximately 1 ½ -2 hours to complete the exam following the webinar. The pre-course exercise will be due November 2, 2017 at noon. The mid-course assignment will be due at Noon, November 9, 2017. The webinar exam will be due November 17, 2017 at midnight.

This course is comprised of 4 components: self-study pre-course and mid-course assignments, the webinar presentations, and a final evaluation exam. The self-study components include exercises that are completed and submitted in advance of the webinar presentations for day 1 and day 2. The self-study component encourages participants to prepare and explore resources on the web applicable to organic processing inspection and review. The webinar will include in-class discussion, examples, exercises and the opportunity for questions and answers. The course concludes with an exam to evaluate individual learning.

Participants who meet minimum requirements will receive an IOIA NOP Organic Processing Standards Webinar: Certificate of Completion.

Participants who attend but opt out of assignments and the exam, or fail to achieve a passing score, will receive an IOIA NOP Organic Processing Standards Webinar: Letter of Participation, to document their attendance.

The criteria to receive a "Certificate of Completion" are as follows:

  1. Successfully complete the Pre-course Assignment.
  2. Participation in the Webinar, and mid course homework.
  3. Receive a passing grade on the Post Webinar Exam.

All other participants will receive a Letter of Participation.

The two webinar sessions are each 3 hours long, with two short breaks.
Webinar enrollment is limited to 20.

The webinar is available in the US and Canada via phone or VOIP, available elsewhere via VOIP.


IOIA Webinar
In/Out Balances and Traceability Tests for Crop Inspection under NOP and CORDecember 1 & 8, 2017

Start Time:  11:00 a.m. (PST)
End Time:  1:00 p.m. (PST)

In/Out Balances and Traceability Tests for Crop Inspection under NOP and COR
webinar is a 200 level course. This webinar will be presented in two, 2 hour sessions. The webinar is available in the US and Canada via phone or VOIP, available elsewhere via VOIP. Enrollment is limited to 20.

This webinar will allow inspectors and certifiers to further their understanding of the requirements of the NOP and COR standards as they pertain to recordkeeping on crop farms. This webinar will focus on methodology, practical applications and standardized reporting. The course exercises are designed so that each participant can complete them in either metric or US standard units.

This 200 level course is designed for persons with at least two years of experience in organic inspection or certification review. Course participants preferably will have completed the IOIA Basic Crop Inspection course and are already working as inspectors or reviewers. Participants must have approval from IOIA to sign up for this webinar course if they have not taken a basic IOIA Inspection course and do not have experience inspecting organic crops. 

The presenter is experienced organic inspector Monique Scholz of Québec. Monique has been an inspector for over 20 years and she has been training inspectors and industry quality control personnel since 1994. Follow this IOIA Trainer link for more information about Monique Scholz's professional capacity.

Cost for the webinar is:
$300 for non-IOIA members
$275 for IOIA members

To register and pay for the webinar:  Click Here.

To pay for the webinar with PayPal:  Click Here.

This course is comprised of 4 components: pre-course self-study, a midcourse assignment, the webinar, and post webinar exam.

Course Due Dates: 
Pre Course: Nov. 28, 2017 at noon (PST) 
Mid Course: Dec. 5, 2017 at noon (PST) 
Final Exam: Dec. 15, 2017 at midnight (PST) 

The course will be delivered in two, 2 hour sessions, with one week in between to allow for individual completion of a mid-session assignment. Final grades for this webinar course will be a combination of the scores received on the pre-course, mid course and final exam.

The pre-course assignment will present a case study, some discussion questions and an initial exercise to validate production records against sales, inventory and crops used on farm.

The first webinar session will review regulatory requirements, present good practices and methods for in/out balances, and present a standardized in/out balancing reporting format.  Pre-course discussion points and the exercise will be reviewed. Mid session exercises will be assigned.

The second webinar session will cover how to conduct traceability tests on a crop farm environment and use a standardized reporting format for such tests. Mid-session exercises will be reviewed.

The final exam will have short answer questions and exercises based on a case study: in/out balance and traceability.

Participants who meet passing requirements for required assignments and the final exam will receive an IOIA webinar, Certificate of Completion for “In/Out Balances and Traceability Tests for Crop Inspection under NOP and COR”.  Participants who attend but opt out of assignments and the exam, or fail to achieve a passing score, will receive an IOIA webinar, “In/Out Balances and Traceability Tests for Crop Inspection under NOP and COR”, Letter of Participation, to document their attendance.

Scheduling: The course may require 2-4 hours to complete the self-study pre-course exercises in advance of the webinar, 2-3 hours to complete the mid course assignment and approximately 1-2 hours to complete the exam following the webinar. Pre-Course assignment will be due June14, 2016 at noon. The Mid Course will be due on June 21, 2016 at noon. The webinar exam will be due June 30, 2016 at midnight.


IOIA Webinar
Maple Syrup Inspection
December 15, 2017


Start Time:  11:00 a.m. (PST),
End Time:  2:00 p.m. (PST

IOIA Maple Syrup Inspection Webinar is an advanced 300 level course. This webinar will be presented in one, three hour session. Enrollment is limited to 20. The webinar is available in the US and Canada via phone or VOIP, available elsewhere via VOIP.

This webinar will prepare inspectors and certifiers to understand the requirements of the standards being used in Canada and the United States for organic maple syrup (and birch syrup) production. It will provide tools for use by inspectors in the woods and sugar camps, as well as in more industrial maple syrup processing situations.

The presenter is experienced organic inspector Monique Scholz, of Québec. Monique has been an inspector for over 23 years and she has been training inspectors and industry quality control personnel since 1994.

The course will give an historical perspective and industry context for maple syrup inspection. The course information will differentiate the organic maple production methods at the producer level from those used by their conventional counterparts. Organic control points related to site selection, forestry practices, sap gathering methods, equipment, sap storage, reverse osmosis, evaporation, filtration and maple syrup packing will be covered. The permitted substances used during processing and for cleaning will be presented and discussed. Record keeping as well as a traceability examples and in/out balancing will also be covered. Further considerations for on-farm processing (taffy, butter, candies) and industrial blending/bottling will also be discussed.  

The course is designed for persons with organic inspection or certification review experience. Course participants preferably will have completed an IOIA Basic Inspection course and/or are already working as inspectors or reviewers.

The course has a pre-course assignment (which will be reviewed during the webinar) and a post-course assignment, which will be graded.

Cost for the webinar is:
$200, with a $25 discount for IOIA members.

To register and pay online: Click Here
Or to pay for the webinar with PayPal, please Click Here.

Upon completion of this course, the participants will be able to:

This course is comprised of 3 components: pre-course self-study, the webinar, and post webinar evaluation. The self-study component includes exercises that are completed and submitted in advance of the webinar. The webinar components include; in-class discussion, examples, exercises and the opportunity for questions and answers. The course concludes with an exam to evaluate individual learning.

Scheduling: The course may require 2-4 hours to complete the self-study pre-course exercises in advance of the webinar and approximately 1 hour to complete the exam following the webinar.
Pre-Course self-study assignment will be due December 12, 2017 at noon.
The webinar exam will be due December 22, 2017 at midnight.

Participants who meet minimum requirements will receive a Maple Syrup Inspection Webinar: Certificate of Completion. Participants who attend but opt out of assignments and the exam, or fail to achieve a passing score, will receive a Maple Syrup Inspection Webinar: Letter of Participation, to document their attendance.


IOIA Webinar
In/Out Balances, Traceability Tests, and Recipe Verification for Processing Inspection under NOP & COR
January 12 & 19, 2018

Start Time: 11:00 a.m. (PST)
End Time:  1:00 p.m. (PST)

NOP & COR In/Out Balances, Traceability Tests, and Recipe Verification for Processing Inspections webinar is a 300 level course.  This webinar will be presented in two, 2 hour sessions. The webinar is available in the US and Canada via phone or VOIP, available elsewhere via VOIP. Enrollment is limited to 20.

This webinar will allow inspectors and certifiers to further their understanding of the requirements of the NOP and COR standards as they pertain to recordkeeping in a complex processing environment, with an emphasis on methodology, practical applications and standardized reporting. The course exercises are designed as real-life scenarios with the expectation that participants will work with a combination of metric and US standard units.

This 300 level course is designed for persons with at least three years of experience in organic inspection or certification review experience. Course participants will have completed an IOIA Basic Inspection course and are already working as inspectors or reviewers. Participants must have approval from IOIA to sign up for this webinar course if they have not taken the Basic IOIA Processing Inspection course and do not have three years experience inspecting processing facilities. 

The presenter is experienced organic inspector Monique Scholz of Québec. Monique has been an inspector for over 20 years and she has been training inspectors and industry quality control personnel since 1994. Follow this IOIA Trainer link for more information about Monique Scholz's professional capacity.

Cost for the webinar is:
$300 for non IOIA members
$275 for IOIA members

To register:  Click Here

To pay for the webinar with PayPal: please Click Here

This course is comprised of 4 components: pre-course self-study, a midcourse assignment, the webinar, and post webinar exam.

The course will have a pre-course assignment. The course will be delivered in two, 2 hour sessions, with one week in between to allow for individual completion of an extensive mid-session assignment. A post-course exam will be graded.

The pre-course assignment will present one case study, some discussion questions and an initial exercise to validate production records against product profiles.

The first webinar session will review regulatory requirements, present good practices and methods for in/out balances, present a standardized in/out balancing reporting format, present recipe verification guidelines. Pre-course discussion points and the formula verification exercise will be reviewed.

The mid-session assignment will be an in/out exercises for the facility presented in the case study, as well as a traceability test based on the pre-course recipe verification exercise. Participants should expect to spend approximately 2 hours on this assignment.

The second webinar session will cover reporting protocols, as well as the good habits to develop and pitfalls to avoid in the complex processing environment. All mid-session exercises will be reviewed.

The final exam will have short answer questions, a traceability test and an in/out balance for a facility not used in previous case studies.

Certificates:  Participants who meet passing requirements for required assignments and the final exam will receive an IOIA webinar, Certificate of Completion for 300 Level: In/out balances, Traceability tests and Recipe verification for Processing inspection under NOP & COR. Participants who attend but opt out of assignments and the exam, or fail to achieve a passing score, will receive an IOIA webinar, 300 Level: In/out balances, Traceability tests and Recipe verification for Processing inspection under NOP & COR: Letter of Participation, to document their attendance.

Scheduling: The course may require approximately 2 hours to complete the self-study pre-course exercises in advance of the webinar, approximately 2 hours to complete the mid course assignment and approximately 2 hours to complete the exam following the webinar. Pre-course, mid-course and the final exam are all included in participant’s final grade.

Self-study exercises will be due January 8, 2018 at noon.
The mid-course exercise will be due January 17, 2018 at noon.
The webinar exam will be due January 26, 2018 at noon.


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