Group 24: Gut bacteria that prevent growth impairments transmitted by microbiota from malnourished children

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16 Responses to Group 24: Gut bacteria that prevent growth impairments transmitted by microbiota from malnourished children

  1. Skyler says:

    Liked the drawings, but the amount could have been more consistent. Some parts you showed it all in normal time, and others it is at like 8x. Very focused and clear audio. Effective drawings for understanding. Covered all the information. Great video.

  2. Sarah says:

    As malnourishment is a global issue, this is very interesting and relevant to understanding how large of an impact gut microbiota has on healthy human development.

    It is fascinating how closely the fields of biology, public policy, economics, etc. are connected, especially in working to solve many of the global issues like malnourishment.

  3. Anh Thu says:

    Your audio and explaination were clear and easy to follow. The quality of the visuals could have been better but overall great video!

  4. Michael says:

    The presentation was good, and the results were presented at a simple enough level that it is easy to recall the conclusion that underdevelopment cannot be treated by nutrition alone.

  5. Jacquelyn says:

    The audio was very clear and easy to understand, very smooth. It was smart to have multiple people work on the whiteboard at once, that way it doesnt take forever to draw a single figure.

  6. Kathleen says:

    The visuals were sometimes unclear, but overall, the video was a great summary of the paper.

  7. Thomas says:

    I liked the pacing of visuals and you did a good job of showing the far-reaching implications of the study. I like how you had multiple people on the whiteboard to more efficiently make the drawings.

  8. Jane says:

    I really liked how your video was you all drawing on the white board. The pacing of the video and the organization made it all easy to follow and helped me understand the difficult concepts you were presenting.

  9. Sidney says:

    Great video, I had hard time understanding because he was speaking very fast. but it was a great presentation

  10. Anna says:

    This was very good explanation of the material, and I really liked the visuals. The drawings on the white board were an original and interesting way to convey the topics you were talking about.

  11. Soohyon says:

    The narrator was good at explaining the information and it was easy to understand.

  12. Sahil says:

    The material was very good and on topic. The video was made well but moved very quickly.

  13. Gabriel says:

    Drawing the visuals live looked nice and had a good style. Drawings and script fit each other well to make the video a clear explanation. Good video, if a little fast in pace.

  14. Adam says:

    I appreciated that actual values were used – very few group included actual numbers. Speaking was very clear and well-worded, and visual were helpful (although having entire bodies in the frame to draw was somewhat distracting – just hands would have been better probably). Enjoyed the video and learned a lot!

  15. Luke says:

    I like how you incorporated original visuals, but it was hard to see at times with people moving in the frame. Otherwise, very good video.

  16. Madison says:

    I loved this video! I enjoyed how it was evident that each group member contributed and that it was a collaborative effort. Loved the drawings and inclusion of external context. Nice work and interesting topic!

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