Origin of the Sickle Cell Mutation (Group 11)

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34 Responses to Origin of the Sickle Cell Mutation (Group 11)

  1. Crystal says:

    Everything is very clear and organized, and the visuals make the video even easier to follow along with.

  2. Ayesha says:

    Great explanation of the study with attention to detail. The visuals were also very helpful in supporting the audio.

  3. Roshni says:

    Nice graphic design of the video. I like how you took the time to explain all of the haplotypes and showed the change in the genes. The map that shows the migration of the mutation is a great touch.

  4. Amy says:

    Really good job. You guys had a really nice balance of what information you said and what information was displayed on the screen. It provided additional details without being overwhelming. Video made sense and was easy to follow.

  5. Zongru says:

    The video is great in term of visual and content. I like how the video connects to the stuff we learn in this course.

  6. Taylor says:

    This video did a great job of connecting what we have learned in lecture to the study at hand. The correlation to several of the modules was spot on.

  7. Suma says:

    The video explained the details very well. I really liked how it tied into what we’ve learned in the course.

  8. Emma says:

    Really good job. The visuals are great. Excellent video.

  9. Lucas says:

    Great video but the voice sounds a bit robotic. I like seeing good data and that is exactly what I saw. Well done.

  10. Nicole says:

    The explanations of different terms you use in the video is helpful for those who don’t know about biology. Your visuals are great, and help you keep following throughout the video. Overall, it’s a solid video.

  11. Jacob says:

    The graphics and use of editing software was very good for the video. The speaking seemed a little off, maybe due to the balance. It seems almost as if it was sped up after being recorded? Regardless, I felt like I learned a lot in a short amount of time, but was not left confused at the end. Great video.

  12. Alexandra says:

    The speaker talked a bit quickly in comparison to the text on the screen, but the graphics were beautiful. The experiment was well-explained, and they did a great job of tying it back to 1510. Good job!

  13. Connor says:

    Great Job. Well Done! Really like how it tied into lecture material.

  14. Claire says:

    The methodology was very clear and the video itself is very professional. Tying the topic back to the class material shows the significance of learning about the origin of sickle cell mutation. Awesome job!

  15. Alexis says:

    The video is really well done. The visuals are amazing, the speed of the voice is a little fast in my opinion, but it did not take away from the content. Solid Video !

  16. Emily says:

    The graphics looked really good, but maybe could have been further simplified to facilitate understanding.

  17. Brian says:

    This video is really well done. I think the visuals were really well done and gave the video a professional feel. Furthermore, the information was easy to understand and tied well to the course material.

  18. Brian says:

    This video is really well done. I think the visual software used to create the graphics was a good choice and gave the video a professional feel. Furthermore, the information was easy to understand and tied well to the course material.

  19. Chloe says:

    Information was delivered a bit quickly, which made it difficult to follow. Visuals were neat and aided the explanations.

  20. Sarah says:

    This video was really descriptive and the graphics made it easier to understand! I enjoyed the connection to material learned in the lecture classes

  21. Gabriella says:

    The visuals for this video were incredible. The connections made and transitions were very well done. I understand there was a lot of data, so I’m not sure if it would have made the video go over time, but my only critique is that the narration is a bit fast. Otherwise, this video was incredibly well done!

  22. Jonathan says:

    This was a great video! Y’alls graphics looked very professional and seamless with the information being presented. Very engaging.

  23. Thomas says:

    Great video and has a lot of connections with BIOL 1510.

  24. Sidney says:

    very nice! spoke fast but clear. the presentation helped me understand what was going on.

  25. Marcela says:

    This video is very interesting. Personally, I found the narration to be too fast at time, which made it harder to follow. But overall, this video is good. nice job

  26. Anna says:

    Very well done. I loved the graphic animations and the overall fast-paced design. It made the video not only informative, but interesting to watch, which for me has a huge impact on how much I learn and retain. Good references to the modules as well.

  27. Dalton says:

    The pictures were an accent to the material being discussed and expanded on the topic without distracting the audience. The explanations were great and helped explain some of the difficult sections

  28. Divjot says:

    The video is very easy to follow and understand! Great job!

  29. Gabriel says:

    Visuals are helpful, explanations are clear, video as a whole is very easy to follow. Great video and analysis!

  30. Charles says:

    Excellent balance of visual and oral presentation. good job.

  31. Samantha says:

    First guy talked super fast but I liked the format

  32. Luke says:

    Very clearly explained, and the visuals helped supplement the audio throughout the video.

  33. Triston says:

    Very informative and PowToon was a good choice, with plenty of interesting visuals. The only complaint is some very slight audio problems. Good job!

  34. Madison says:

    I’m very impressed! Very detailed and thorough work with advanced use of technology. Honestly could pass as a professional video!

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