Using Mannosides to Treat Urinary Tract Infections (Group 19)

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26 Responses to Using Mannosides to Treat Urinary Tract Infections (Group 19)

  1. Ye says:

    This video is easy to follow, and the charts and data included well explained each experiment. But there is kind of a lot of technical jargons, if some explanation was added in subtitles would be better.

  2. Alysha says:

    I like that you included charts/diagrams in the video because it helped me understand the content a lot better. More explanation of some vocabulary words could be added in order to make the video easier to follow. Overall, I though the video was informative.

  3. Carol says:

    The video was very entertaining to watch. There was a lot of information, but it was easy to follow and had a lot of graphs and diagrams to visually depict it.

  4. Tamara says:

    I could follow along easily and learned about the topic. Subtitles would have been really helpful though, as well as some explanation of the more technical terms used.

  5. Malek says:

    Very capturing introduction. Information was portrayed in an interesting and dynamic manner.

  6. Prachi says:

    This was very interesting and I liked how multiple people explained the topic instead of one person. It kept the video from becoming monotone. I also liked how it used a lot of graphs and figures to explain the data.

  7. Zefanya says:

    I like how we can see actual people explaining the topic – something different from voiceovers in most videos.

  8. Jesse says:

    Five stars for that intro and outro. Good explanation of the information, and the figures helped visualize the concepts.

  9. Devan says:

    I like how this video shows all the speakers and how formal you guys made it. Overall, it was a successful video that included good visuals and relevant information.

  10. Zara says:

    I liked the instant connection to the general public to get one interested. I did not feel that all of the visuals were necessary or helpful. Overall very informative.

  11. Benjamin says:

    Your video was very informative, and included a lot of helpful visuals. However, there was a lot of technical jargon that most people wouldn’t understand, making it perhaps even more difficult for them to interpret your figures and charts.

  12. Chloe says:

    Understanding of this topic is evident, as it was well explained. Intro and outro were entertaining. Equal work between groups members is implied by the shared presentation.

  13. Kathleen says:

    Good pacing and easy to follow graphics, but the methods and results could have been explained in simpler terms

  14. Sarah says:

    The hand-made graphics made it seem like a lot of time and work was put into ensuring that this video contained detailed information.

  15. Cameron says:

    I think the graphics were very well presented and the information was logical to follow. The only suggestion I would have for the future would be to memorize the script better so you don’t have to constantly glance away from the camera.

  16. Maxwell says:

    This video was well-made and gave the information in a very interesting way. The detail was very well explained.

  17. Maxwell says:

    This video was well-made and gave the information in a very interesting way. The detail was very well explained, and made the video entertaining and appealing to the audience.

  18. Molly says:

    The transitions were great and the video had a logical flow, good work!

  19. Anna Rose says:

    Liked how different people presented different info–the material was clear and easy to understand! The white board was difficult to see at some points but overall very good.

  20. Jonathan says:

    The way y’all did visuals was very helpful to understanding the gist of the article. The information flowed well.

  21. Jane says:

    Sound quality could have been better if you eliminated background noise by maybe doing a voice over. The video had a story line which made it intriguing and interesting. Some of the script was very obviously read off of a computer screen, which is kind of unprofessional. I liked the combinations of graphs and charts that allowed me to understand the subject.

  22. Marcela says:

    I found the introduction and conclusion to be interesting, which I feel enhances the quality of the video. Like others have mentioned, there was a fair amount of static background noise that might’ve been able to be eliminated. Still a nice video regardless

  23. Sidney says:

    Great job! I always was aware of urine infection. It was good to see you developing this topic

  24. Nicholas says:

    I love the intro and outro. Video is well done. For future reference, you can apply noise reduction very easily using a program like Audacity (which is free and open source). It would make the audio easier to understand.

  25. Dalton says:

    The introduction and outrro were very very well done! While there were a few instances where it was obvious the people were looking at a prompt, it didn’t fully take away from the presentation or info.

  26. Gabriel says:

    Great job on explaining the article. Everyone made it easy to follow through the whole explanation.

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