I love the drawings – they make the video very engaging and helps get your point across by simplifying the information being explained.
I love the drawings – they make the video very engaging and helps get your point across by simplifying the information being explained. Nice connection to the class topic of the environment interaction affecting phenotype.
I like the hand drawn look of your visuals and your data looks nice. Your voice is a bit monotone though.
I like the drawings by hand, and the information given in the video is given in sufficient details in my opinion.
Simple drawings were very effective but it wasn’t as entertaining so my attention was gone towards the end.
Good visuals and coverage of the information, made the concepts easy to absorb.
I think the visuals, especially the graphs aided in understanding and clarity.
The drawing are quite well-done, but the vocal presentation tended to be monotonous and unengaged—a more dynamic vocal performance would be more effective in conveying the subject matter. I like the policy connection made at the end, as well as the references to topics covered in class.
I particularly liked the illustrations, they were general and not so finely detailed that you couldn’t tell what they were. I wish there had been more movement on the screen, though, instead of just a series of images, and I wish there had been a drawing showing the actual microbiota moving from the children to the mice.
I enjoyed the illustrations, however their effect is lost because of the slow pace of the video. Speeding up either your voice or the presentation of visuals would make this video much more engaging.
The simplification of the information was done well in this video. The creative illustrations also helped to keep the video interesting.
The pictures were very well drawn and helped to convey the information.
Well drawn visuals and the information was presented in an understandable way.
You got the information across well, and while the video wasn’t very engaging at times, your drawings got the job done.
Visuals weren’t very engaging. Often times a single still image was left on for way too long. Visuals also didn’t help me to understand the material any better.
I also did this topic and I think you did a great job highlighting the important parts of the article. Great and relevant artwork too!
All of the pictures included in the video made it easy to follow what was being said. A more fast paced script could make the overall video more engaging!
The visuals are all well drawn and are helpful aids in following the video. However, there are some large words used to describe topics in the video that are not better explained in the video where you had extra time. Also, the ending is slightly abrupt.
I liked the drawings, but I wish the video was a little more hi-res, so I could enjoy them more. Also, the phylogenetic tree you had on the figure didn’t make a whole lot of sense to me as to why it was there.
Cute drawings! And nice synchronization with the voice over. My only criticism is that there could be a more enthusiasm or excitement in the voiceover to make it more engaging.
The visuals were very interesting and original; especially the whole hand drawn idea. While the information was a little fast and monotone, the points were well done and made the paper easier to understand
I thought that the video did a good job of explaining relevant details, and I liked the connections to 1510. The presentation could have been more lively, but it definitely got the job done!
Drawings are very helpful and make the concepts much easier to understand. Well done!
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