Team 2: Neanderthal Y chromosome offers clues to what kept us separate species

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27 Responses to Team 2: Neanderthal Y chromosome offers clues to what kept us separate species

  1. Shelby Webb says:

    I really liked the Jurrasic park music in the background. You also encorporated a lot of info from past modules in the video. You had all the components in the video. Very well done. 🙂

  2. Alayna Nicholson says:

    Very nice explanation of the study and background. You did well incorporating Modules 2-4 in the video. I think it would have been better if you put your script behind the camera so that you would be speaking to the audience instead of looking towards the right.

  3. Patrycja Kotowska says:

    I thought that what we learned in the modules dealing with genetics, evolution, and ecology was very well connected to the actual study. The way this video incorporated actual data and clear explanations what the original figures represent was very well done. Overall this was a great video!

  4. Sierra Samie says:

    The video is very informative, and the graphics are clear and easy to understand. The only improvements would be to speak louder and make more eye contact with the camera.

  5. Michael Goodrum says:

    Nice several different people doing the explanations in the video. The video was very informative and broke down the information really well!

  6. Julianne Oliver says:

    The content was thorough and easy to understand! More eye contact with the camera and speaking loudly would have improved the video quality.

  7. Lindsey Wheeler says:

    Very well connected to all 4 modules to this theory topic with clear and informative graphics.
    Improvements would be to make eye contact with the camera and more articular audio coverage.

  8. Yanwei Zhang says:

    I like that you used a presentation manner to deliver content. Very professional! It will be great if the presenters make direct eye contact with the camera.

  9. Travis Johnson says:

    Y’all did a great job of not only providing visuals but also explaining them. The connections to multiple concepts was refreshing and kept my interest.

  10. Thomas Evans says:

    You guys put in a lot of information without making me want to fall asleep. The no eye contact thing kind of bothered me too, but it isn’t necessary for me to learn the material, so overall it was really informative and helpful.

  11. Van Vu says:

    I think the video is more attractive if speakers look into the camera as they are speaking to audience. The content is informative and clear.

  12. Simina Avram says:

    I really liked how you presented the information. I find it easier to learn when you have an actual person in front of you rather than just hearing someone in the background. As far as the information it was really well presented and it covered a lot of material from the modules. I really enjoyed the video.

  13. Xiebin Gu says:

    The use of the whiteboard was a great idea. I think it might be better if the speaker was looking into the camera. Nevertheless, the video was engaging and had great connections to what we learned in class.

  14. Tyra Owens says:

    The information was clear and the music and visuals were interesting, but I feel as though the narrator should of looked into the camera. This maybe would of made the video more engaging.

  15. Alan Tolar says:

    The content was covered thoroughly and was easy to follow. The images were simply yet effective

  16. Youn Cho says:

    Great job! I liked explanation of the study and the contents was so clear! I think it would be nice if narrators look into the camera.

  17. Grant Kang says:

    Terrific video, everything was very clear and accurate. It incorporated information from multiple modules and was well organized. My one criticism is that the speakers should get more engaged in the video, rather than just looking off to the side.

  18. Su-Yuan Yu says:

    Very nice video. The way you present the material is very straightforward. One way the video can be improved is to remove the music after the title page. The Jurassic park music becomes kind of repetitive after a while.

  19. Emily Powell says:

    The explanation provided alongside the visuals was extremely helpful. Material from multiple modules was well connected and explained!

  20. Joshua Congress says:

    Informative, yet simple enough to grasp. I liked this one a lot! More eye contact from the narrators is one suggestion for improvement; audience engagement is a key component, in my opinion, of an effective video.

  21. Emily Powell says:

    The explanation provided alongside the visuals was extremely helpful. Material from multiple modules was well connected and explained. Great Job!

  22. Joshua Morgan says:

    Video is really good at explaining the information from throughout the course. The visuals really helped explain the topic.

  23. Anant Bajpai says:

    The video was very informative and flowed through the concepts learned in class well. Great Job.

  24. Elba Lugo says:

    Video was very clear and to the point! Visuals were great & al the topics connected well.

  25. Katrina Burch says:

    I would say to have the speakers read closer to the camera to create the illusion of them speaking directly to the audience. Information was abundant and very well explained. Great video.

  26. Katrina Burch says:

    I would say to have the speakers read closer to the camera to create the illusion of them speaking directly to the audience. Information was abundant and very well explained. Great video.

  27. Moye Lauren says:

    This could have been a little more engaging, but overall the message and information was very clear and easy to understand. Great work!

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