A video analyzing Mattiroli’s Structure of Histone-Based Chromatin in Archaea, which discusses how Archaea and Eukarya wrap their DNA around histones in similar manners.
The different methods of information presentation (visuals, audio, panel) keep the video interesting and effective in portraying the results.
I really liked how you included several different ways of presenting the information. You did a great job of presenting the information.
I enjoy the structure of this video ! The voice over went well with the visuals and It was very informative. I enjoy how at the end the video goes to you all as you discuss the findings.
I enjoyed how you guys switched up the formatting in the video. It made it more engaging and easier to pay attention to. Good Job!
Overall good job. You presented the information in a way that was understandable by the audience. However, the audio seemed to cut in and out and was not consistent throughout the video making it a bit harder to follow. Solid work.
I enjoyed the beginning section with the drawing and explanation of figures as voiceover. In the second part, I would have liked for the “doctors” to be facing the opposite direction so it would be easier to see the faces. Good work overall!
Your video was very creative and I liked the visuals. Great job! It would have been nice to have more visuals at the end to go along with the doctors’ panel.
The graphics and visuals made the video very easy to follow
I loved the dramatic music at the beginning and the whiteboard visuals very much added to the overall presentation of the paper
The images were adorable and very concise and clear. The information conveyed was easy to understand and kept time with the drawings. It was very good, learned alot!
The video was very fun and informative. The drawing were clear to see, and I feel like I learned a lot from your video!
Very very well done. The only criticism I can think of is that I wish the visuals were more consistently in the frame. The whiteboard sometimes gets pushed out of the frame at times.
I liked that you guys split the video between the drawing the images/narration and the panel at the end. Also good job on talking about the real-world implications of your experiment.
I enjoyed how the video began as a voice over and then switched format. It was very informative.
I loved the video. It has really good visuals.
Great video! The only two things that I could find to improve are fixing your captions so that they actually match what you’re saying, and the fixing the big sound-level discrepancy at the beginning of the video.
The filming of the visuals and audio quality could have been improved but overall the format of the video was unique.
The video was great overall. Also, I like the video format: combination of illustration and actual in-person record!
Good job! The representation is really informative and the combination of different types of presentation is engaging. The graphs on the video are neat and easy to follow.
The video was very good, the first part where you guys draw the graphics was well synced and well explained. The second part was a little difficult to see, but it was also good
This video contained a lot of good information. I particularly liked how you paired drawing on the white board with a video of yourselves talking.
The extra information about nucleosomes was very helpful in understanding the topic.
I like how you present the video by separate it into two part. Although the second part is a little bit hard to see. The picture and explanation on the whiteboard.
The graphics were great and informative, especially the ones showing the structure of the chromatin.
I really like how you guys took the time to sync up your voiceovers with the visuals on screen, it really helped with understanding. Maybe turn down the music to match the volume of the vocals.
I really like the sound effect in the beginning and the concepts were explained thoroughly! I enjoyed the switch in the narration. Overall I enjoyed watching this video.
I thought the artwork for the visuals was well done, and this made it easy to follow the information that was said. I also thought that the “conference” at the end of the video was different, and this provided a nice, alternative way for presenting the necessary information.
The panel of group members in lab coats at the end was an interesting edition and engaged me! The live-action drawing and narration were on key. Really nice job.
I really liked the structure of your video and it was very engaging, really great job!
Clear understanding of the paper. Visuals were great. Better lighting for the live action bit would have helped.
This video was very informative! Having the visual aid corresponding to the words that were being said was very helpful.
The background info included at the start makes it much easier to understand what the rest of the video is about.
I like the music at the very beginning, and the visuals depicting the processes were great! I would have liked if everyone in their lab coats was easier to be seen.
The information was explained very clearly, and I liked how the visuals made it easier to understand what you were describing. The video was engaging, and I thought the music in the beginning was a fun touch.
The audio track in the beginning was pretty unusual and surprising, and it was good that you guys decided to switch up the style of the video to the end, making it more refreshing. However, this last part was recorded in a badly illuminated place, so it got a bit weird, but that didn’t affect the communication of information
The drawings and formatting were very well thought out.
The music was fun, and I believe it added well to your video. The transitions made it easy to follow along.
Very interesting video and a breakdown of information that made it easier to understand the information and the visuals were very well though out.
I could directly see the diagram on the histones and chromatin on one of our website readings as you presented! Excellent application of BIOL1510 learning!
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