Group 26: A single mutation in the prM protein of Zika virus contributes to fetal microcephaly

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39 Responses to Group 26: A single mutation in the prM protein of Zika virus contributes to fetal microcephaly

  1. Oluwapamilerin says:

    Very nice and informative video. I learned good information about the virus

  2. Will says:

    Wow great video! This taught me a lot about zika that I never knew before. I like how you even gave background information to help me understand it better. Good job!

  3. Andrew says:

    Effectively communicated the paper’s content.

  4. Dorothea says:

    There was an awkward pause in the middle of the video but the relation of this topic to the class was helpful.

  5. Hannah says:

    Great video! The narration was a little quick at times but you had clear visuals that made it easy to understand.

  6. Alyssa says:

    Informative video — effectively explained the experiment. Also, good amount of figures present that pertained to what was being talked about which was helpful. However, more visuals besides figures could have been helpful. In addition, it would have been beneficial to include more development on how this relates back to what we’ve learned in class. Overall, good effort!

  7. Sean says:

    very informative, great video. Could’ve been slowed down a little bit though

  8. Anthony says:

    Had no idea about this depth of the information on zika. Tons of interesting information included.

  9. Pratima says:

    The use of the whiteboard kept me engaged. You also explained the experiment very well!

  10. Lindsay says:

    This video was very informative and interesting! The use of whiteboard illustrations made the information very easy to understand.

  11. Rahulkrishna says:

    I liked the use of the time lapse, but the lighting was a little off. The voice was also a little monotone and if would have been better if there was music in the background. However, the video was really informative and thorough

  12. Lily says:

    Great information but the video could have been slowed down a little. The whiteboard drawings were great

  13. Irene says:

    The video was very informative and in depth. I really liked the whiteboard visuals and the audio was very good.

  14. Jessica says:

    Visuals and comments matched very well. It was easy to follow. Nice job.

  15. Ayomikun says:

    The drawings on the white board show that the group really understand the information they’ve been given

  16. Justin says:

    Very impressive drawings in order to communicate a descriptive paper. Job well done!

  17. Tarab says:

    It goes a little fast at some parts but other than that I thought it was super well done, especially the drawings.

  18. Nicholas says:

    The use of the whiteboard was engaging and the information was presented well visually. I learned a lot about the Zika virus that I did not know before!

  19. Kristine says:

    I liked the visuals and how you time-lapsed people drawing them! Good amount of information. I didn’t realize there was so much depth to the Zika virus. You talked about the phylogenetic trees we learned about in Module 2, but I wish you expanded on it a bit more.

  20. James says:

    Video was very informative. The drawings were also well timed and well designed.

  21. Joseph says:

    The video is really well done.

  22. Ashmita says:

    I thought the information very well thought out, but could be fast at times!

  23. Joy says:

    good job on the background information. The video was clear explaining in the concepts that were made throughout.

  24. Joseph says:

    Good endeavor on the artistic skills of the group. The illustrations may have not been top quality, but they definitely helped with the comprehension of the provided information.

  25. Joseph says:

    Good endeavor on the artistic skills of the group. The illustrations may have not been top quality, but they definitely helped with the comprehension.

  26. Kelly says:

    The video was a little on the short side, and the pictures weren’t that aesthetically pleasing

  27. Maxwell says:

    Great to learn about a disease that has gathered so much attention recently.

  28. Elizabeth says:

    This was interesting and the pictures supported the topic well.

  29. Graeme says:

    Loved the drawings. Haha especially the monkey! Great video.

  30. Anaqa says:

    The amount of visuals shown through the video really shows the group’s understanding of the paper, and efficiently explained the information. The video could’ve used a little color though!

  31. Govinda says:

    I respect how much work it took to hand draw and write all that information haha, but I feel more visuals could have given the video a variety it lacks. Overall, though, great job!

  32. Victoria says:

    This video is great because it presents a complicated topic in simple terms. The narration could be more clear and the visuals could be more engaging, but it was still a good video.

  33. Darrell says:

    The narration was a little fast, but the video was still well done overall. The visuals were creative and relative to the topic.

  34. Cayla Marie says:

    The video was very engaging! The spacing used to lay out the visuals was well thought out. I enjoyed learning about the zika virus a lot

  35. Lauren says:

    I thought your video was easy to follow because of the clear narration, and detailed graphics. The video was very informative and it help my attention.

  36. Katherine says:

    Information was presented very well making it easy to follow and understand!

  37. Luis says:

    Effectively conveyed the content, and the effort put into the visuals was impressive!

  38. Naqiya says:

    I really enjoyed the draw my life concept in you video with the whiteboard visuals. I learned a lot of new information I did not know about zika before. Great job!

  39. Carlie says:

    The Zika virus is actually interesting to me, so it was great to learn about it through a well-organized project. This group was able to execute the information clearly and effectively.

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