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2 TUTORIAL Version beta 3.0b Start

3 Table of Contents Getting Started…………………………. Getting Started Search…………………………………… …. Search Creating New Resources……………. Creating New Resources Projects…………………………………… … Projects Work Space……………………………….. Advanced Techniques……………….. Whats Next?…………………………….. Getting Started…………………………. Getting Started Search…………………………………… …. Search Creating New Resources……………. Creating New Resources Projects…………………………………… … Projects Work Space……………………………….. Advanced Techniques……………….. Whats Next?…………………………… Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR !! Coming Soon = Parts of tutorial not completed

4 Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Getting Started

5 Go to Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

6 Click on Use beta version of tDAR NOTE: tDAR is still undergoing extensive development, so for now we are still running a beta version. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

7 Click on register with tDAR Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

8 Read the terms of use. Then, Scroll down Note: Once you click submit you have agreed to terms. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

9 Fill out information. Note: Your e- mail address will become your tDAR username. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

10 Example of Registration Fill in information about your research Then Click Submit! This means: Will you be uploading resources (yes) or just searching existing ones (no). Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

11 Welcome to the Digital Archaeological Record You should get a screen like this one. You are now logged in and ready to get started! Next time you log on go to Click on for the next tutorial lesson: searching SEARCH Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

12 Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Search Tool

13 *A Drop down box is also available as a quick way to get to the various types of searches you can do in tDAR. We will go through that option at the end of this lesson. The Search Tool Click Search * Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

14 Basic Search Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

15 Basic Search Type in the word or phrase you are looking for resources on. Fauna Click submit if you DO NOT want to limit your search to a particular type of resource. Or you can limit your search… Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

16 Limit Search Click on a type(s) of resource you want to limit your search to. Click submit to see your results. If you want to know more about the resource types click below: Coding Sheets Ontologies X Documents Datasets Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

17 Documents When you limit your search to documents you will only get back PDF files that have been submitted by other users as books, sections of books, manuscripts, or journal articles. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

18 Datasets When you limit your search to datasets you will only get files that contain the raw data without the coding sheet. However, you will also be able to click on the title of the resource and get the associated metadata that was inputted by the user. The current supported formats include: Access ASCII CSV Excel GIF OWL PDF PNG TIFF JPEG Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

19 Coding Sheets When you limit your search to coding sheets you will only get back Excel or CSV files that have information about how a user has coded or organized his/her data. Either the user manually created a coding sheet that relates to their data in tDAR or they uploaded a file. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

20 Ontologies When you limit your search to ontologies you will only get back OWL files that have been submitted by other users or have been created using tDAR. Different categories currently available include: Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

21 Advanced Search Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

22 Advanced Search Click on (the downward arrow) From the drop down box, Click Advanced Search Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

23 Word or Phrase Type in a word or phrase you wish to search for. Fauna Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

24 Limit Search In Advance Search you can limit your search by: Resource Type Temporal Limit Spatial Limit * Click on each category to jump to that explanation * Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

25 Resource Type Click on a type(s) of resource you want to limit your search to. If you want to know more about the resource types click below: Coding Sheets Ontologies X Documents Datasets Datasets Fauna Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

26 Documents When you limit your search to documents you will only get back PDF files that have been submitted by other users as books, sections of books, manuscripts, or journal articles. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

27 Datasets When you limit your search to datasets you will only get files that contain the raw data without the coding sheet. However, you will also be able to click on the title of the resource and get the associated metadata that was inputted by the user. The current supported formats include: Access ASCII CSV Excel GIF OWL PDF PNG TIFF JPEG Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

28 Coding Sheets When you limit your search to coding sheets you will only get back Excel or CSV files that have information about how a user has coded or organized his/her data. Either the user manually created a coding sheet that relates to their data in tDAR or they uploaded a file. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

29 Ontologies When you limit your search to ontologies you will only get back OWL files that have been submitted by other users or have been created using tDAR. Different categories currently available include: Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

30 Temporal Limit Select type of dating method Type Dates you want to limit search to * * Type in a (-) for BCE would be 200BCE Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

31 Spatial Limits * * You can choose from different types of map views. This will not affect your search results. Draw a box around area you are limiting your search to. Click Select a Region

32 Click Submit If you are satisfied with the limits you have set, click submit. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

33 Results All of your results, based on limits, are now displayed. If you still would like to refine your search further click Refine Search and you will be taken back to the advanced search page. NEW Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

34 Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Creating New Resources

35 Click on (the downward arrow) From the drop down box, Click the type of resource you want to create Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

36 Types of Resources you Can Create New Project………………………………………… New Coding Sheet………………………………… New Dataset…………………………………………. New Ontology……………………………………….. New Book……………………………………………… New Book Section…………………………………. New Journal Article……………………………… New Manuscript……………………………………. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR !! Coming Soon = Parts of tutorial not completed !! Coming Soon

37 New Projects Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

38 What is a Project? Projects, in tDAR can contain a variety of different information resources and are useful for grouping a set of related information resources (documents, datasets, images, etc.). They carry their own project-level metadata which are inherited by the resources they contain (though their child resources can override this metadata as well). For instance, if you enter the keywords "southwest" and "pueblo" on a project, any resources belonging to that project will also be discovered by searches for the keywords "southwest" and "pueblo". Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

39 Projects Unlike an independent resource that is not tied to any other particular resources, when you create a project you are essentially creating a folder that contains many resources (and metadata) that is related in some way (i.e. from the same study, project, or area of interest, etc.). A project folder might contain things such as: *If you want to know more about the resource types click the resource type Coding Sheets Ontologies Documents Datasets Datasets What is a Project? Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

40 Datasets Datasets are files that contain the raw data without the coding sheet. The current supported formats for datasets include: Access ASCII CSV Excel GIF OWL PDF PNG TIFF JPEG Note: You should always upload a coding sheet, when possible, when you upload a dataset. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

41 Documents A document includes things like books, sections of books, manuscripts, or journal articles. Each of these types of documents has metadata that is specifically related to that type of resource. * tDAR, currently, only accepts PDF files when submitting this type of resource. This may change it later versions. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

42 Coding Sheets Coding sheets include Excel or CSV files that have information about how a user has coded or organized his/her data. This type of resource is normally associated with the dataset resource. You can either manually create a coding sheet that relates to your data in tDAR or you can upload a file. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

43 Ontologies You can either submit an ontology, tDAR only accepts OWL files currently, or create one using tools in tDAR. An ontology is a map of the semantic relationships among a set of concepts. In tDAR, ontologies are ordinarily hierarchical (tree- like) and represent an arbitrary number of levels of class-subclass relationships. Different categories Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

44 Entering Your New project Metadata Type in the title of your new project here Atlantis Site The lost city of Atlantis has been found and the data related to faunal, ceramics, architecture, and lithic analysis are contained in this project folder. Also, little known geographical information and the unpublished manuscripts are also available. Now Type in a brief description of the project. This description will appear on your projects page and in the search results when your project is searched for Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

45 Keywords Scrolls Type site name(s)--may be the same or different from project name and may include some type of numerical identifier. Also Type any cultural keyword(s) that pertain to your project. Click on the type (s) of investigations you will include in this project. * Type in any other key word(s) that capture your projects investigation or material type(s). New Atlantis Atlanteans Click on the kind (s) of materials one might find in your project.* * See glossary for definitions of these terms Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

46 Entering Location Data There are two ways you can enter information about location in to your project metadata: 1.Using the select a region tool provided by 2. By entering the coordinates of your site manually. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

47 Select a Region Click Select a Region Zoom in Zoom out Moves map up, down, left, or right. Use the curser to draw a box in the region/location your project is in. (Make sure to zoom in for a more accurate location before drawing your box) Use this to select a place outside of U.S. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

48 Enter Coordinates Use this option if you have exact longitude and latitude coordinates for your project area. Once you have typed in the coordinates click locate Type in any other geographical term(s) that are related to your project. Note: The coordinate fields will automatically populate from Select a Region tool when this is checked. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

49 Entering Temporal Data There are three ways you can enter information about temporal range associated with your project metadata, you can fill in as many that apply: 1.By typing in key term(s) 2.Using Calendar Date Range. 3. Using the radiocarbon Date Range associated with your project. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

50 Temporal Data Type in any temporal term(s) that are related to your project. Type in any known calendar date range. Note the format! Type in any known radiocarbon date range. Note the format! Note the format! Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Mycenaean

51 Access rights There are several things you can do in this section to limit or not limit the viewing or editing of your project and any of its associated resources: 1.Select which users can edit this project. 2.Select the visibility of your project. 3. Decide whether this resource is considered confidential information. This selection will significantly limit those who can view your project folder. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

52 Editing rights Who do you want to be able to edit your project (i.e. collaborators, colleges, etc.) Move everyone you previously selecting back to all registered users Move selected indiv.(s) Back to all registered users Move selected indiv.(s) to allow indiv.(s) To have editing rights. Allow all users to edit your project Select everyone from both boxes. Use this in conjunction with other keys. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

53 Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Editing Rights: Steps 1. Select individual(s) to give editing rights to. Note hold down the shift key to select more than one person at a time. 2. Click the to move over those selected.

54 Check this if you want your project confidential Editing Rights: Steps Click on visibility to get the drop down box. Note: if you select private a new selection box will appear. 3. Visibility, this will allow you to make this project invisible (private) to everyone except those with editing rights. This is useful if you do not want to make the project public until you have completed it or to hide it until you have finished entering and uploading all of the resources associated with it. When you are finished and want it to be public then you can go back into the metadata and change this setting. 4. Confidentiality, use this to make your project invisible to the general public. This will allow only qualified users to view your project. Remember, you can make your project non- confidential, but make certain resources within the project folder confidential (i.e. site location maps, etc). Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

55 Individual & Institutional Credit This section of the metadata will allow you to enter the names of any individuals, agencies, companies, etc. that have had a part in this project or any associated metadata. Remember, you can enter as many individuals and institutions as you need by clicking on or. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

56 Individual Credit: Steps 1. Type in the name and address of the individual you would like to give credit to. 2. Click on drop down box and select the role that individual played in your project. Note. You can only select one role per individual. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

57 Institutional Credit: Steps 1. Type in the name of the institution you would like to give credit to. 2. Click on drop down box and select the role that institution played in your project. Note. You can only select one role per institution. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

58 Submit your resource Click Submit to finish and save your New Project! Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

59 Your New Project You now will see this screen that contains a summary of your projects metadata. Remember to review the data and make any corrections. You are now ready to add resources to your project! Congratulations! Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

60 Add New Resource to your Project Click on the drop down box to select the type of resource Then, Click continue. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Types of Resources| Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARTypes of ResourcesContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

61 !! Coming Soon Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Types of Resources you can add to your project Coding Sheet………………………………………… Dataset……………………………………………… … Image………………………………………………….. Ontology……………………………………………… Book……………………………………………………. Book Section……………………………………….. Journal Article……………………………………. Manuscript…………………………………………..

62 Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Adding Resources to your Project !! Coming Soon Currently tDAR has the capability to add all of the resources except for the images. However, this version of the tutorial has not yet completed this section. It should be out shortly though. Please proceed to the Project lesson. Thank you. Project

63 Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Coding Sheets !! Coming Soon

64 Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Datasets !! Coming Soon

65 Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Documents !! Coming Soon

66 Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Images !! Coming Soon

67 Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Ontology !! Coming Soon

68 Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Projects

69 What is a Project? Projects, in tDAR can contain a variety of different information resources and are useful for grouping a set of related information resources (documents, datasets, images, etc.). They carry their own project-level metadata which are inherited by the resources they contain (though their child resources can override this metadata as well). For instance, if you enter the keywords "southwest" and "pueblo" on a project, any resources belonging to that project will also be discovered by searches for the keywords "southwest" and "pueblo". Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

70 The project folder Click on Projects Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

71 The Project Screen This screen is your home screen every time you logon to tDAR. But, you can Click on projects anytime you want to return to this screen. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

72 Basic Elements 1. Your Submitted Resources: 2. Other Projects you Can Edit: The Project Screen Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

73 Your Submitted Resources Currently tDAR has the capability of displaying and allowing you to manipulate these types of resources. The tutorial, currently, does not cover this section. !! Coming Soon We will have the next version of the tutorial out soon. Please contact us with any questions, Thank you. Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR

74 Other Resources You Can Edit !! Coming Soon Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR Currently tDAR has the capability of displaying and allowing you to manipulate these types of resources. The tutorial, currently, does not cover this section. We will have the next version of the tutorial out soon. Please contact us with any questions, Thank you.

75 END OF CURRENT TUTORIAL 3.0b Table of Contents Table of Contents | Contact | Next Lesson | Previous Lesson | Interactive| About tDARContactNext Lesson Previous Lesson InteractiveAbout tDAR


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