Group 3: Evolution of Modes of Locomotion in Squirrels of the Sciurdae Family

Kate Bullock, Shanee Mortley, Hayriye Polik, Isabella Stubbs


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Rocha, R. G., Y. L. R. Leite, L. P. Costa, and D. Rojas. “Independent Reversals to Terrestriality in Squirrels (Rodentia: Sciuridae) Support Ecologically Mediated Modes of Adaptation.” Journal of Evolutionary Biology (2016): n. pag. Wiley Online Library. Web. 28 Oct. 2016.

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66 Responses to Group 3: Evolution of Modes of Locomotion in Squirrels of the Sciurdae Family

  1. Johnston Gregory says:

    I like the animation! The visuals also helped a lot for making this topic easier to understand.

  2. Forsmo James says:

    The visuals were effective and the content was informative. The watermark was a bit regrettable, but it wasn’t overly distracting and the video still made its point. I like that you guys connected the video and the paper you reviewed to subjects we learned in class, since that gives it a bit more context than some of the other videos that cover topics we didn’t learn anything about in lecture.

  3. Kumar Nishant says:

    Unique way of presenting the data. Well done. Kept me interested and made me learn a thing or two about squirrels.

  4. Turner Emma says:

    very captivating video! very well done! there could be a little work on the audio, both with sound level and synching, but the material was very well covered and explained

  5. Brockman Christine says:

    Great job and interesting video! I could tell that there was a lot of effort put into creating the video. It was very informative, however at times I felt like that information was presented too fast for the visuals.

  6. Kenya Jones says:

    This video was very engaging and fun, however they could have made the audio a little clearer so that you could hear better. Overall the video was very good.

  7. Eling Taylor says:

    The images did a good job of helping to explain the topics, and the narration was detailed and comprehensive. The audio was slightly off in some places, but did not impact comprehension too much.

  8. Jackson Kierston says:

    Your animations were great! In some parts of the video, the audio was a bit broken which kind of took your focus away from the information but other than that I would say that you did an amazing job! The table of results was also an interesting and effective way to translate information.

  9. Garg Pallavi says:

    The presentation method was a unique take on animations. The background music was a little distracting, but overall the video did a very good job of explaining the experiment and relating it to material learned in class.

  10. Sewall Christian says:

    The animation in this was amazing, and it was something that I have never seen before. The overall presentation of the video was very good and the connections made were good despite the audio problems.

  11. Ferguson David says:

    Overall the video presentation was good. However the animations were a little distracting, unfortunately especially since there was a logo that was continuously on the screen.

  12. Okudoh Victoria says:

    This is a very interesting and unique approach.

  13. Chawla Rishab says:

    10/10 Best watermark 2016! In all seriousness, I think this video was very well done particularly because of the animations. There was a lot of material to cover, and I think you all have done so as concise as possible with all relevant terms explained.

  14. Tokos Margaret says:

    The video design is unique with the talking cartoons and animated visuals. I found the music distracting and little too soothing. It made me want to relax and zone out too much. Overall though I really enjoyed this one good job.

  15. Vagott Jacob says:

    With a challenging topic, the cool animations definitely made this video more engaging and informative.

  16. Popovici David says:

    I didn’t think about using GoAnimate. It made the video look very professional. Good job!

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