Group 18: Eliminating Uropathogenic E. Coli from the gut using FimH antagonist

 

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29 Responses to Group 18: Eliminating Uropathogenic E. Coli from the gut using FimH antagonist

  1. Crystal says:

    The images and narration look and sound great but sometimes phrases are used without providing much of an explanation as to what they are exactly.

  2. Ayesha says:

    Nice and concise explanation of a complex study. You did a good job of summarizing the experiment and the results in the conclusion.

  3. Sonya says:

    This video did a good job of explaining the concepts and findings of the experiments in a clean and concise manner. However, some moving animations would have been nice instead of just still images on the screen.

  4. Roshni says:

    The pictures and graphics were spot on, and I like how you incorporated background music, but some sort of motion would have pushed the video over the top. Also, I enjoyed your incorporation and explanation of the figures.

  5. Taylor says:

    The sequence of the video was well done, with each part building on the last so that the viewer could follow what was happening in the study.

  6. Emma says:

    Visuals and graphics are great. Explanations are a little hard to follow at times, but overall good as well. I really like how you went the extra mile and added background music.

  7. Nicole says:

    This was a good summary of the experiment that you studied, but the visuals could have been better (with more animation). The graphics you did use though are helpful to understand what you’re describing.

  8. Craig says:

    Well done explaining the information. The images were nice. The music choice given the topic was pretty funny.

  9. Tseyon says:

    The video was super informative and concise and to the point. I liked how you incorporated background music as well! The visuals could have had a few more animation to them.

  10. Jacob says:

    The background music was a very nice addition to the video. All of the information was good, but it could have been improvd by having more movement or dynamic images on screen while the narrator spoke. Overall, I felt like I learned a lot from this.

  11. John says:

    The visual artistic direction is splendid, and the vocal presentation is dynamic; however, there are points where the timbre and pitch of the voice are hurried and heightened, indicative of the rush to present all necessary details. Some details are unnecessary, and some terms require more basic definitions to be understood.

  12. Heyward says:

    Good visuals and graphics, but the concepts presented in the video were very confusing and verbose. Maybe some explanations on what M284 and Operons and such are, would have made it more understandable.

  13. Anh Thu says:

    Explainations were a bit rushed and figures could have been simplified. Overall, good visuals and connection to class lessons.

  14. Michael says:

    The presentation is good, but on some occasions the details from the paper were not simplified enough to match the audience of 1510.

  15. Emily says:

    The video overall looks nice. The speaking was a little fast and therefore the information was a little difficult to understand.

  16. Robert says:

    Pieces of the information given were somewhat confusing, if the data had been broken down into simpler terms it would’ve been a bit easier to understand the middle of the video. However, the conclusion did a good job at explaining what the previous information meant.

  17. Rebecca says:

    Lots of good information presented in a fairly digestible way. I liked the way everything was put together.

  18. Shelby says:

    I think this is the best/most clear narration that I’ve heard, and I enjoy the background music. I think it makes the video more engaging. There are some awkward pauses in speech though that can be distracting during viewing.

  19. Sidney says:

    Well, done. Very interesting topic but I wish it was organized better. They threw a lot of information and it was almost impossible to understand the main concept.

  20. John says:

    The animation was pretty well-done on this. I think it would have been nice to cut down on the number of acronyms and scientific names for molecules/bacterial strains to make it easier to follow

  21. Anna says:

    I really liked the dynamic visuals. I think it really added to this video. Although I was confused at certain points due to names and acronyms I had never heard, it was still presented in a fairly organized way and would be more informative for someone who is more familiar with the topic.

  22. Monica says:

    It was all very easy to understand, but some slight variation in just using images would have made it a little more interesting. Overall, the usage of google slides was very creative and made everything look extremely neat.

  23. Christapher says:

    Good video and great visual representations.

  24. Michael says:

    On the whole, the video was very easy to understand. The visuals were very impressive. I thought the music was a little unnecessary, but overall great video.

  25. Hao says:

    There are some confusions about using scientific terms without explaining them beforehand. Otherwise, this is a great video with beautiful illustrations.

  26. Alexandra says:

    The music and visuals were cute, and I think that the study itself was very well covered. I think some extra background information and definitions would have been helpful, especially if this was to be seen by the general public, but overall great video!

  27. Charles says:

    Although this was an easy video to follow for the most part, I think the information could have been parred down more.

  28. Triston says:

    The content is great, and the speech is balanced and clear. The only major problem is a little bit of background noise in the audio. Other than that, well made and informative.

  29. Savonte says:

    Good job relating natural selection to the bacteria. That was a key thing we learned this year 🙂

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