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Meaning where in the path of the Sharepoint web site/app should the assembly reside? My module is currently not being loaded. Does it have to be in the GAC?

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It does need to be in the GAC in any servers that could possibly run your module (if it's pertaining to a web page, that means all web front ends). You can have SharePoint 2010 automatically deploy solution files to your farm, a process that includes automatically deploying .dll's to the GAC.

$solution = Add-SPSolution c:/pathname/solution.wsp
Install-SPSolution $solution -gacdeployment
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