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MEDLIB-L  May 2004, Week 2

MEDLIB-L May 2004, Week 2

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Summary AV Equipment (VERY LONG)

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JoAnn Babish <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 13 May 2004 10:45:26 -0400

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I rec'd 24 responses in answer to my question about AV Equipment last week.
Thanks to all who responded. There are some very interesting and diverse
answers. If anyone wants to add their own experience after reading this,
please do so!

Summary of responses

These are my original questions

.1 What position takes care of AV equipment at your hospital? Who sets
it up for meetings, takes care of putting it away, repair, etc.  To
whom.does this person report?

2. How independent is the hospital staff at transporting the equipment
(if necessary), setting it up for meetings, putting it away, etc as
opposed to having a particular person (from response #1) responsible for all
these tasks?

3. How is equipment scheduled? If scheduled with software, please
specify software name

4. If you could improve the AV equipment process at your hospital,
what would you suggest doing?

Responses

1. The Hospital Library is the responsibility of the Education Department at
  All audiovisual equipment is coordinated through the Education
Department.  It's part of the Education Secretary/Library Technician's job.
However, she only reserves the equipment for staff.  The person reserving
the equipment is responsible for picking up, connecting it, and for
returning it back to Education.  Education is responsible for repairs
replacement, and for purchasing new equipment.  We use outlook calendar to
reserve the equipment  The system works pretty good.  Once in a while we
get someone who wants us to do everything for them.  When this happens we
explain our policy to them, assist them the first time and then expect them
to learn how to use the equipment and follow the equipment reservation
procedure.

2.Our hospital is a 335 -bed nonteaching nonprofit.  A couple years ago,
all AV scheduling and set-up was centralized under Biomedical Engineering.
Meeting rooms are booked via Central Scheduling and planners are asked then
if they need AV equipment.  If so, Scheduling notifies Biomed, and their
staff person then does the set-up.  I believe the task went to Biomed
because so often the set-up involves sync-ing laptops and PowerPoint,
overhead displays from computers, videoconferencing, etc.  The person who
actually does most of the set-ups is very knowledgeable - definitely not
just a technician! - and is also actively involved in product research and
planning for all the AV requirements for our new 6-story hospital
addition:  large state-of-the-art auditorium, DVD patient ed materials in
the rooms, etc.

3  Our Education dept takes care of the AV equipment. They set it up, put it
away, take it to repairs, etc. They report to the Director of Education. The
equipment is scheduled on Meditech.
Our library has responsibility for loaning and maintaining
the "traditional" av equipment (slide projectors, overheads,
vcr/monitors).  Hospital staff who need this equipment pick it up from the
library and return it when they are finished. Our PR department has a Media
Specialist person who reports to the Director of Public Relations.  This
Media Specialist has responsibility for the LCD projectors and the cordless
microphone.
For the overhead and slide projectors, etc, the hospital staff is now very
independent in setting up their own equipment.
But this has not always been the case.  Many years ago the library had
another part-time position that did a lot of av set-ups.  When that
position was eliminated, I did a lot in individual in-services to get the
users familiar with the equipment, etc.  As far as the LCD projector usage,
I think our Media person does a lot of those set-ups.
The library equipment is scheduled through our GroupWise email system.  The
other is scheduled by calling the Media Specialist.
I think we could use at least a half-time position dedicated to the av
equipment.  As it is now,  preventive maintenance, etc. is just hit or
miss.  And- hospital staff would really prefer to have the equipment
delivered and set up for them.  Also, this service really needs to have a
budget!  Or at least a little money available for replacing/upgrading the
equipment, carts, etc.


4. Most of it is handled by the education department secretaries.
Education reports to human resources.  Equipment in one conference room is
handled by physician services, the CME coordinator or cancer registrar--
depending on who is using it.  They all report to medical affairs.  I think
the user sets up and returns.  Biomed does repair, I think We are a 300+
bed total, 3 hospital system.  The other 2 are much smaller

5. At our 312 bed hospital the education department handles AV.  They only
check out to approved staff for events sponsored by the hospital and
most of those presenters are familiar and can troubleshoot the equipment
for themselves.  They use a notebook - paper system to schedule.
Education budgets for replacement bulbs and repairs.  The library
reports to the education director, but the only equipment we circulate
is a TV/VCR Combo for viewing videotapes in the library, which we will
check out to staff doing outside events.


6. We are saddled with the AV equipment.  Our dept. is called Library &
Media Services and used to  have one director (we were downsized last
year); now both myself and the Media Supervisor report to the IT dept. Our
front desk clerk books and reserves the equipment.  If there are problems
or special setup is required, there is a Media Technician who can solve
this, with backup from the Media Supervisor.  The Media Tech has an office
here and can also help with any graphics problems in our Learning Resource
Center.  It works out pretty well and is a cooperative arrangement,
although I would prefer that our Education Dept. handle booking the
equipment (they have a bigger staff).


7. We just hired a media specialist that reports to the director of human
resources.  The Facilities Management is in charge of putting equipment in
the room when needed when they are setting up the room.  We have a
scheduler for ELMO that is put in the Outlook calendar. Seems to work
really well.    We know we need a better system, but we can't figure out
how.  I was in the media position along with being the medical librarian
until we hired this person, it lasted 6 months - 6 months too long.:)  It
was very busy.

8. Library has been assigned to coordinate avs for medical and
administrative conferences at the Medical Center.  These include conference
rooms in the Medical Center, grand rounds (Mon. through Fri.), and meetings
across the campus.  We have a clerk that handles the responsibilities.  He
reports to the Director of Library Services.  We schedule, deliver, set up
and return audiovisual equipment.  Hospital staff are relatively good at
picking up equipment for a meeting, but they never return it or lock it
up.  We use the same equipment for different meetings during the day so we
need the equipment returned.
Meetings are scheduled by the Medical Director's Office at the Medical
Center
To improve the av process, have a budget for equipment, carts, bulbs (now
up to $450 each for our Auditorium Lite Pro unit) and for trained staff.
Have adequate staff for vacations or absences with cross training on the
equipment
Assign someone who can work with stressed staff who wait until the last
minute to test their slides
Get full information (name, phone, name of meeting, department) from anyone
scheduling
Verify the meeting (persons change or cancel without notice)
Know how to run a laptop and Lite pro slides and which versions go with
which slides


9  Multimedia equipment is the responsibility of the Multimedia Coordinator.
This position is responsible for the maintenance of the equipment.  Unless
there is a special request, he does not set-up the equipment. The
multimedia coordinator reports to the Manager of the Library.  Hospital
staff are responsible for picking-up, setting-up, and returning the
multimedia equipment to the multimedia dept.  When an individual
requests us to set-up or assist in some way, we will.  The equipment is
scheduled using Microsoft Outlook.  On our institution's  Outlook on the
Intranet, we have Public Folders.  Our dept. has set-up calendars for
reserving MM equipment, the auditorium (which we oversee) and an
Interactive classroom (that we oversee).
 Equipping more of the meeting space with projection, laptops,
soundsystem, and a screen.

10.  My  dept. is organizationally part of the Library. We are
autonomous in many respects, but the Library does help us by keeping some of
the AV equipment, making pick-ups and drop-offs easier

 Our Education Assistant is in charge of AV equipment (she reports to
Director of Education and Development).  When people need AV they make a
request through her.  She makes sure the equipment is in the room for them,
and the majority of the time people do not know how to use it and she gets
them going before their meeting/presentation (if necessary) A few can take
care of themselves (maybe 20-30%)?  The rest the education assistant takes
care of.  She is trying to educate people to do it themselves by offering
AV classes.  They are trying to educate people to set-up themselves.  Also,
cutting down on last minute AV requests would help.


11. . I, the medical librarian, am responsible for the AV services. I
report to
the Director of Education.  I do have the Education Specialist and CME
coordinator who help out with set-ups, etc.  When there are problems with
the equipment during meetings or otherwise, I am called on to "fix" the
problem.  I also am responsible for ordering the media equipment, project
manager when they decide we need new setups in offices, classrooms, etc.
We usually set up the equipment.  If it is someone who uses it on a regular
basis then when give them the combination to the closet that has the
equipment and they are responsible for putting it back.  For evening
meetings, the equipment is put out before someone leaves and then the
housekeeping night shift puts it up....sometimes. The education department
uses SchedulerPlus for scheduling classrooms but they said they do not use
it for av equipment.  They have a separate form people fill out that
indicates what type of equipment they will need including seating
arrangements, etc.
I think it works pretty well with the education specialist scheduling rooms
along with equipment.  I have been training her on setups and particularly
all of the webcasts we register for and set ups.  The big problem for me is
my office is located down the hall from the classrooms and the education
department so it gets difficult to know exactly what is happening down there
unless someone calls or runs down to the library. I think the best way to
improve the process is to have one person responsible for scheduling and
setups and have them responsible for making  sure the equipment is put back
in its place...we have problems with pieces missing, cords pulled out, etc.

.12  My library is responsible for AV equipment for the hospital whether
it be me or my library assistant.  We are responsible for repair and
putting away as most of our AV equipment is housed in the library.
We try to encourage people to learn to set up equipment (ie laptop &
LCD projector) but it usually falls to us.  However, those who reserve
the equipment are responsible for picking up and returning equipment to
the library.   Equipment is scheduled through making reservations for it by
email &
phone.  At the moment, my library assistant is trying out Outlook as
scheduling software otherwise it is done on paper.  To improve the AV
process I would like our uses to take more responsibility and not rely on
us so much.  What I mean is, I would like to see them take the time to
learn to use the equipment properly.  We
are also responsible for our conference center equipment (ceiling
mounted LCD projectors, computers, VCR & DVD player, etc.) and this
stuff requires training.  Many won't take the time to learn this stuff
no matter how much we emphasis learning it before an event/presentation.
Fortunately, the library is literally across the hall so if there is a
problem, we can help out.

13..  The Library takes care of scheduling the equipment. We used to have a
separate AV guy who all he did was set-up and schedule equipment. He was
let go in a re-organization in January. We serve 5 hospitals plus a central
administration site. Now the remaining AV person does more technical stuff.
The library handles the scheduling and
checkout of the equipment. We now tell staff they have to pick it up
themselves or for a fee the system does have a courier service they use.
Unless you are several rungs up the totem pole you are now expected to
pick-up & set-up your own equipment. Our AV person will set it up for
the CEO meetings etc.. or if he is not busy with any other project. I
can give real basic instructions in how to use the equipment. I have
labeled all the cords. I do have a request form on the intranet but
nobody uses it. They call and would rather have human contact confirming
that the equipment is or isn't available for use.

14 We are a 524 (licensed) bed community hospital although we probably have
only 350 beds in use. We are NOT a teaching hospital, although we do host
students for clinical rotations (allied health & some medical students).
We have 2 media services staff (1.75 FTE) who report to me as Manager,
Library & Media Services. All meeting rooms are equipped with overhead
projector, slide projector, TV/VCR, flipchart/whiteboard stand. 4 meeting
rooms have a ceiling mounted LCD. Laptops must be reserved from Library (or
BYO), and media services staff does the set-up. Our staff is accustomed to
having the services provided. Just about anyone can operate an OH or slide
projector, but few feel confident enough to set up and take down the laptop
& LCD, or even to turn on and adjust the sound systems. I can understand
this because it is impossible to provide the same brand/model of each type
of equipment. As manager, I support the team and take my turn with set ups
when needed, but I'm not nearly as technically adept as the media services
staff. And just this year I finally used the sound system in the Auditorium
enough to feel confident using it on my own. Allocating equipment to
meeting rooms eliminates much of the transportation issues. Media services
staff make daily rounds of meeting rooms to check on equipment, clean it,
perform preventive maintenance, and search for "missing" equipment. They
also do some minor cleaning, such as tearing used pages from flipchart
pads, etc.
We schedule our circulating (non-meeting room based) AV equipment via
Outlook. We have a separate calendar which is visible to only the 3 library
staff. We all have full rights to the calendar. It has worked very well for
us. We use Outlook for our most frequently used equipment, and have a
clipboard for the less frequently used (such as easels & digital camera).
To improve, Spend more money to purchase user-friendly systems, such as the
touch screen system we just installed in the boardroom. We converted many
people who were initially skeptical and unwilling to spend the funds to
purchase and install the system. Now they feel comfortable using the
technology on a self-service basis. They also like the privacy of not
having technical staff interrupt their meetings. Educate a core group of
users, which we are currently doing. Also early adopters and techies. .
Educate our IS staff. They were unwilling to support us at first due to
insufficient knowledge and the limitations of their job descriptions. Due
to turnover, and hiring of media savvy IS staff, we've found people who are
willing to troubleshoot. This is becoming more important as fewer people
use traditional AV equipment and more use computers/LCDs.
. Ensure that every TV in every meeting room in wired to our closed circut
TV system.


15 At this hospital, the library has physical custody of the laptop
computers and LCD projectors.  Environmental has custody of the other
equipment.  When there is a problem with the laptops, we call IS for
detailed troubleshooting.  The simpler problems we solve ourselves. (The
solver is my technical assistant usually.  I backup when she is not here
as she is a 0.7 employee.) We check out the equipment, much as we check out
books.  We have the borrower sign for the equipment.  Theoretically, the
borrower knows how
to use the equipment.  In reality, my assistant teaches how-to, but also
will help with set-up.  The borrower is responsible for taking and
returning the equipment.
The front section of our conference room has a podium with built-in tape
machine, opaque projector, x-ray display capabilities and a
ceiling-mounted projector.  The library (and various other regular
users) have podium keys.  Biomed is responsible for repairing the
equipment.  The conference room(s), with movable dividers, are booked
through a person called "Master Calendar."  Whoever has the whole
conference area or the front part has use of the podium.  I do not know
what software she uses, if any.  She is responsible for conference rooms
and classrooms in two sister hospitals.  For the most part, the
conference rooms are booked in August for the next year.  Rooms can be
booked on short notice if they have not been previously reserved.


16. Facility is a 109 bed acute care hospital.  We have a 134 bed long-term
care facility on the campus.  I serve both facilities.  We have about 50
full time medical
staff and around 150 nurses. I am also responsible for AV services,
including closed circuit TV patient ed programming.  I set up for some of
the meetings but people who have meetings all the time like administration
and staff education have to learn
how to do set-up themselves.  They pick the equipment up from me and return
it to me after the meeting.  All equipment has to be reserved in advance.  I
have necessary repairs done by our biomedical staff.  I report to the VP of
Support Services.
  Anyone who has standing meetings has to have someone (usually several
people) in their department trained to do the setup.  The classrooms all
have permanent setups for TV/VCR.  Most of the setups now are for the LCD
and laptop.  I may have to do 2 setups a month.
If a program has to be videotaped that has to be scheduled with me.  I will
video a program no longer than one hour.  Anything over one hour has to be
done by the department having the program.  Again, people are trained to do
this but have to get the equipment from me.
We don't use software.  Just a calendar dedicated to AV reservations.
Our biggest need right now is for more equipment so that scheduling is not
so tight.


17. I do.  I report to the Chief Information Officer.
I loan out the equipment from the library & train staff members to use it.
They roll it out of the library, set it up, run it, break it down and return
it to me, at which point I make sure it's all intact (sight checking cable
connections etc.).  So I guess I would quantify this question with 50-50.
However, my role is most checking in/out and visually checking the AV units
for damage (rare!), missing parts (also rare), and disconnected cables
(common).  My time spent is minimal. I'm using Microsoft Schedule+.  Not a
circ system, but it works adequately. I already did improve it.  People are
now held accountable if they don't return the equipment promptly and in
good condition.  People have to sign for equipment and agree in writing to
a prompt return time. Any damages or
lost parts are charged to their dept. (this has never happened in the four
years since I initiated written documentation).  I also confirm specified
equipment to be borrowed, and pick-up and drop-off times in writing in case
I'm out sick.  Security will let people take scheduled equipment in my
absence because the borrower can show a stamped document that states exactly
what can be borrowed and when, and for how long.
Previously, people were chronically late in returning things and not careful
about how they treated the equipment.  Now people are terrific about
returning things on-time and are very mindful of the equipment.  Education
helps people to understand the importance of following directions for using
the equipment-- I do a lot of training.  The time I invest is worth it.  AV
runs very smoothly here, and mostly, I enjoy the role.

18. A Multimedia Specialist (MMS) is reponsible for the equipment.  The
auditorium, that is loaded with rear screen LCD project, a PACS connection,
satellite downlink capability, theater-size screen, etc. is booked by the
MMS.  Every other meeting room is booked by the secretaries in that
department.  Departments usually transport their own equipment.  MMS is
available to assist if there are problems.   Bookings are kept in an
Outlook calendar that can be see, but not altered, by everyone.

19 Ours is a medium size tertiary care hospital, with 303 beds.  Our
library is staffed approximately 50 hours per week with 2 librarians job
sharing the librarian position.  In
addition, we have a Library Assistant/Audio Visual Technician whose
office is in the library.  He works 40 hours per week.  All three of us
report to Organizational Development department.
AV Technician delivers AV equipment and sets it up for meetings, puts
equipment away and takes care of repairs.
In theory, repairs and bulbs etc. are to be charged to the department,
but sometimes the library ends up footing the bill.  Since some bulbs
for LCD projectors can be $500 each, this has a huge effect on our
budget.  We try to always have a replacement bulb on hand so when one
goes, we can replace it on the spot.
We use Scheduler Plus to schedule meetings and AV equipment.
If we could suggest improvements, it would be that departments budget to
purchase AV equipment that they use very frequently.  However, budgets
being as they are this will probably not happen.

20 This company had a long time employee who was in charge of AV. But then
that person's job was terminated because it was believed that it wasn't a
full time job, and
that the duties could be farmed out to other employees still here, thus
reducing the number of FTE's. That happened to a lot of employees about
that same time.
Well, since that winter ('02-'03) of restructering a part timer  under
Education Resources does the AV scheduling who answers to a master's level
educator who answers to a V.P. who is over human resources and education
resources. Anyway, there is a list of equipment available, and appropriate
employees
have access to that list - on the list things like VCR, TV, roll around
computer, LCD projector, microphone, etc. Not electronically, but in a 3
ring binder, She keeps a record of who has reserved what equipment what day
or what part of a day. ***The
person who needs the equipment picks it up from a central storage room and
returns it to a central storage room The former long time employee used to
help everyone set up and get going and provide instructions. Now the person
using the equipment is
responsible for plugging it all up and getting it going.^^^ There are
notices posted that if someone feels uncomfortable with her level of
knowledge of the
equipment, he or she has to set up an appointment with a third employee of
Education Resources,  who trains in equipment use. Also, at one time,
someone
prepared a packet of user friendly instructions even using digital photos
of some of the equipment. It was a great packet but I don't think
people use it much, for some reason. The people in charge of AV now
inherited the work because parts of their jobs had been eliminated for
other reasons, just
the usual changes.


21..  We have an AV/Technology Coordinator who handles this sort of
thing.  He reports to the CME coordinator who is also responsible for
the Medical Learning Center which houses conference rooms, computer lab,
etc. .  More and more the hospital staff is being required to train to set
up and operate the equipment on their own.  After all, our AV person
deserves time off too. .  They use RESERVE for AV scheduling and room
scheduling.
To improve, I would create some sort of circulation system for staff to
pick up
and return equipment themselves.


 22.    Up until sometime soon we have a Media Services Coordinator who
does      that as part of this job (along with creating posters, banners,
PowerPoint      presentations, videos, etc. and videotaping satellite
broadcasts).
 I've been his backup when he's out.  Now he and the creative part
of his   job are moving to Marketing and our Information Services techs are
taking   over the equipment handling.  They have some experience in that
line  with checking out laptops and troubleshooting them and projectors
for presentations. - some have learned how to do it themselves, many
haven't. We just use an Excel spreadsheet (attached) for scheduling and
paper sheets    for checkout.
    To improve:   Better security - too many people have the combination to
the
storeroom,       IMHO - and tracking -  maybe integrated with the scheduling
program.


23. The responsibility for AV equipment was given to the library a long time
ago, and at that time pickup and delivery was made the responsibility of the
requesting department or individual.  That is still the case, although
sometimes exceptions have to be made.  It's tough now that our library staff
has shrunk from 3 to 2.  My assistant is responsible for general repair and
maintenance, equipment instruction and troubleshooting, etc., though
sometimes I have to take a turn.  We send anything complicated out for
repair.
  Most of the users are repeat customers and many of them
become quite proficient.  There are, however, a certain few who WANT to be
technologically challenged, and they are always a problem.  In a few weeks
our System administrators are all moving to this campus, and I just KNOW
that they are going to expect us to do deliveries and setups, and it's going
to be touchy.
We currently have a manual system.  Or support services department is
getting new software soon to schedule meeting rooms, catering requests, and
(we hope) AV equipment.  I believe the software they are getting is called
My Assistant.  Check it out at http://www.myassistant.com but as I said, it
does more than just AV scheduling.  I've looked for cheap or free software,
and there is some out there, but we can't get unsupported software past our
IT department, so I haven't pursued it.
The one thing I'd change if I could would be to throw away all of the odd
pieces of equipment and standardize everything- we have 4 multi-media
projectors, for instance- and three different models of them.  We have 4
laptop PCs- two new ones that everyone wants, and two older models that
NOBODY wants.  We constantly have compatibility issues.  It would be
wonderful to have enough machines of the same or very similar models.  The
other thing that's nice, and we've just done this, is to have one or two
education/meeting rooms equipped with the most frequently used equipment so
there is less ferrying of equipment about the place.


24.. AV equipment used to be the bane of my
existence. I spent more time tracking down wandering overheads and slide
projectors than I care to think about. The solution for us was obvious -
the housekeeping (Environmental Services) department transported and set
up most of the equipment, and they were the ones who could be counted on
to spot it if something vanished in-house (thye're everywhere, after all)
and they had more space for storage. So they took it on; as my next-door
neighbors, they used the library for weekly staff meetings, a fair enough
trade-off. They were doing most of the work already so it was simply a
question of making it official (and widely known) that in future, requests
for AV equipment were directed to housekeeping. It took a while for the
message to get through to the denser staff members but eventually it took.


  JoAnn Babish
Director, Library/CME Services
Moses Taylor Hospital
Scranton, Pa
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February 2019, Week 1
January 2019, Week 5
January 2019, Week 4
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December 2018, Week 5
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December 2018, Week 1
November 2018, Week 5
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January 2018, Week 5
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January 2018, Week 1
December 2017, Week 5
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December 2017, Week 3
December 2017, Week 2
December 2017, Week 1
November 2017, Week 5
November 2017, Week 4
November 2017, Week 3
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November 2017, Week 1
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January 2017, Week 5
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January 2017, Week 1
December 2016, Week 5
December 2016, Week 4
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December 2016, Week 1
November 2016, Week 5
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January 2016, Week 1
December 2015, Week 5
December 2015, Week 4
December 2015, Week 3
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December 2015, Week 1
November 2015, Week 5
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November 2015, Week 3
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November 2015, Week 1
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December 2014, Week 5
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November 2014, Week 5
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December 2013, Week 5
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December 2012, Week 5
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December 2011, Week 5
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December 2010, Week 5
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December 2009, Week 5
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December 2008, Week 5
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December 2007, Week 5
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December 2006, Week 5
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December 2005, Week 5
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