a little shaky, but i know many groups had this occur with no mounts able to use for those cameras we rented out 🙂
I thought the video was well done. The trees drawn on the white boards really helped make things clear to the viewer.
I like the presentation of the data very much, and the random monkey pictures.
It was very interesting and easy to watch and listen. I liked how the information was presented, because it helped make it more clear. I just think the video is a little shakey and the main speaker seemed to speak a little fast.
The narration of this video was really good as it helped me understand the phylogeny of Herpes. The video was well put together, especially the transition from the human scenes to the pictures, to illustrate the information effectively.
The last bit was very interesting!
Great video, very informative, I thought the clip from John Tucker Must Die really funny!
Good work, great job explaining something fairly complicated in a comprehensible manner!
The dialog very very clear, and the drawings on the white board were extremely neat.
The phylogenetic trees were easy to read and helped reinforce the information being presented in the video.
I enjoyed the video and how it was constructed. The use of phylogenetic trees was useful in showing the pathway of the herpes virus and made the information more easy to follow. At times though, I thought the speed of the shot was a little too fast and made it more difficult to follow the explanations, so if the video were a little slower, it would’ve been great.
The narrator talked really fast and I was distracted by the different images that had nothing to do with the presentation or what was being said. But overall a unique and well made video.
Great video! Good use of visuals and the information was concise and to the point. Good job incorporating phylogenetic trees into the video too! Overall, great job!
The phylogenetic trees were a great visual. Very informative and I loved the monkey pictures you filmed all over campus!
This video was very informative! The graphs and phylogenic trees help to better understand this concept.
The video left me a little confused, but overall it explains where the virus of herpes originated from well.
While the expository content was filled with a variety of interesting information, some parts of the video did not correlate with the oral presentation. No sources were cited at the end and some form of a story was not present. However, the few scenes after each drawing to show a brief outline on what was said were well performed. Overall, the organization and content area was highly fulfilled, explaining the concept of Herpes virus origins in a thorough, straightforward manner.
The information was presented very well.
I think your information was really well researched. You also did a nice job of recreating graphs which helped you have something on camera as well as making a large copy for your viewer to see. However sometimes the words were a little ahead of what was on screen and the high pitch of the narrator sped up voice was distracting.
Nice video, the speaker was very clear, however the speed of the speaker maybe could have slowed down and gone at the pace of the visual. Overall, good presentation of the origin of herpes viruses
The figures that you all provided during the video was a very good aid in presenting your topic. It helped me to better understand the information you were talking about
The phylogenetic trees were useful to relay the information in an organized manner.
Good visuals, talked a little fast, but it was clear. Definitely get the feeling that y’all know the material. Presentation was easy to follow.
Speaks rather quickly but still very clear and understandable. The visual diagram of the phylogenetic trees was very useful for visualizing everything. Everything is simply and clearly stated but still very informative. Graphs were also a nice addition.
Good, informative video with nice visuals to understand what is being discussed.
Good and very factual, but no story or humor makes it a four star from me
The video was very informative, however I found the sped up language and visuals to be distracting, because I was more focused on understanding what was being said or interpreting the image before it disappeared, instead of being able to absorb and retain the information being provided.
I really enjoyed your group’s video. It was quite informational and it was full of facts that most probably did not know. I found the tree that depicted the simplex viruses with the primate hosts really interesting. Also, it is quite terrifying to think that people have a 67% chance of having herpes! That’s a lot higher than what I thought the statistic would be.
I liked the phylogenetic tree. It was really helpful in understanding the information.
Nice video! I always wondered why there wasn’t a documentation for Herpes type 1 on my medical records and now I know. Very informative!
A lot of information. But it is hard to understand. Pictures are helpful !
Kind of hard to keep track of what the narrator is saying but the phylogenetic trees are very helpful in keeping track of the histories. Very informative and interesting
Very informative kept me intrigued the whole time.
The phylogenetic tree connecting lemurs and humans was very interesting!
I think you’re video would have been more effective if you talked slower.
The video was helpful but the sped up voice and video made watching and listening a little difficult
Very entertaining and the chart was helpful and easy to follow.
It was well done overall. There were good explanations and illustrations. The voice over could have been a little slower though.
This video is very engaging and educational. The team handled the subject matter very well.
Good video. And it was actually a pretty interesting video as well. Learned a lot about origin of herpes.
I really learned a lot from this video. You guys used different biological concepts to show this process which increased my understanding of the whole module.
The combination of narration and drawing allows the viewer to better understand the phylogenetic trees and connections between herpes simplex viruses and primates. The video was well-done and explained the biological concepts well.
This video was very informative and taught me a lot about herpes (and scared me a little!) but the chipmunk narrator voice made it hard to understand. However, out of all the videos I watched, yours was the most interesting and relevant.
The video footage did not always correlate with the audio, especially at the beginning and the voice was hard to understand, but the video was well researched and explained the origin of herpes well .
The audio is a little fast, but it is very informative and enjoyably presented. Good job
I liked the format of the video. The information was very useful. Good job.
nice use of the whiteboard
I didn’t know herpes simplex 2 was specific to humans only – very cool.
The video was very informative. Information was taught in an interesting way. I learned a lot about Herpes
Good information and clear presentation
The way that the information was presented (whiteboard, narration, visual elements, etc.) made this topic easy to understand. The content was great, but the video could have been done a little better. Overall though, great job!
I really liked the visuals and flow charts! It helped to make the information easy to understand.
The video looks great! Interesting topic.
The statement at the begining of the video, “you already have herpes.” was a great way to get the viewer very interested in the video. Good job!
I struggled with this concept during class this really helped thanks group 13.
The video speeds through and I had to pause a couple of times to look at the visuals and “catch up” with what is being said. Otherwise, the diagrams, in particular the phylogentic tree, are helpful in understanding the key points of the video. Good job !
The narrator speaks quite fast. The content is great. It is scary to know that 2/3 population have a chance to get Herpes!
The video is shaky but the diagrams are really good and helpful for understanding the information
The content was nice and the visuals help with understanding the content.
The information was really clearly presented and I liked the tree that was drawn on the board
The information, key points, and visuals were all there. The speaking was a little bit too fast and it was a little hard to follow.
The information was presented too quickly for me which made it kind of hard to follow and understand. The information did seem very informative.
The video was funny, creative, and informative. Great Job! It is a little bit too fast though.
To the point. Almost scary introduction.
Interesting, narration was somewhat quick, yet it was very entertaining. Overall very nicely done. Drawings helped solidify the point.
Interesting information, and good video! I liked all the monkey pictures.
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