Group M8 – Translocation of Gut Pathobionts

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18 Responses to Group M8 – Translocation of Gut Pathobionts

  1. Crystal says:

    Having a more conversational tone with the video made everything more entertaining.

  2. Jacob says:

    The more informal tone of the video made all of the information come off as much more accessible to an uninformed viewer. All of the data was well presented, but maybe more images could have been implemented. Nice video.

  3. Skyler says:

    I liked the internal questions and casual tone of the video. Makes it more accessible to the average person. Good visuals, but could have been more animated. Good information and speaking pace.

  4. Jesse says:

    Agree with the above posts, the casual group format of the video helped get the information across and made things easier to absorb. Good animation as well.

  5. Patrick says:

    I really enjoyed the different layouts of the screen for this video, it kept me engaged and interested along with a good flow from topic to topic.

  6. Heyward says:

    It was very interesting to have different color schemes for each scene, it kept my attention better than just a whiteboard the whole video. That being said, I did feel that the explanations and names and such did get a little verbose at times, and it made it hard to remember names or understand concepts.

  7. Brian says:

    I really enjoyed the conversational tone of the video, it made listening much more interesting.

  8. Benjamin says:

    I really enjoyed this video, especially how you framed it as just a conversation between people talking about something they’re all interested in. I think this was a very creative choice, one that I certainly never would have considered.

  9. Michael says:

    Multiple switches between speakers kept the video entertaining, and there were some funny comments interspersed as well. Good job!

  10. Kathleen says:

    interesting and engaging overview of the paper, but a few words should have been defined to make the explanations easier to understand

  11. Alyssa Mae says:

    I liked the very casual approach and how the speakers interacted with each other. It was very easy to follow along with.

  12. Cameron says:

    I enjoyed the visuals and how they connected to your video. Great job relaying all the information in an engaging and detailed manner.

  13. Delfina says:

    The visuals could have been a bit more professional, but apart from that the video is great! The information is conveyed very clearly, and the casualness of the video makes it engaging and easy to follow.

  14. Duy says:

    The tone of voice used in the video kept it interesting and delivered the information very effectively.

  15. Hyunwoo says:

    A really interesting video. I liked how it didn’t feel like someone just reading off a sheet of paper. The back-and-forth conversation was interesting, and I liked how there were subtitles! The quality of the illustrations could have been better though.

  16. Jane says:

    I liked how you made it conversational kind of like a podcast it made it engaging. Some of the narrations could have been slowed down, and pronounced more. You all seem to know a lot about what you are talking about, but some of the concepts could have been explained better for people who know nothing about this.

  17. John says:

    I liked the conversational feel of this one that made it feel unique as well as how you related concepts in the paper back to DNA actions.

  18. Michael says:

    You all did a great job at breaking down the jargon and making it easy to understand. I appreciated the conversational nature of the video and the jokes were funny but tasteful. Overall it was a great video.

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