Group 20: Gut bacteria that prevent growth impairments transmitted by microbiota from malnourished children

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20 Responses to Group 20: Gut bacteria that prevent growth impairments transmitted by microbiota from malnourished children

  1. Liya says:

    Good conclusion but it would have been really nice to get background information in the beginning. The explanation of the data was in depth and the visuals made it easier to understand

  2. Carol says:

    The pictures are simple and clear. However, there were times when the voices had inconsistent volumes. Overall, the video was neat and well organized.

  3. Ashton says:

    Good visuals. Easy to follow. I do agree that the sound volume could be more consistent. Overall, good video!

  4. Amy says:

    Involving Griffiths experiment was a really interesting explanation and tie in. Great video!

  5. Tamara says:

    Your video was really informative! The audio was a little bit slow, but I learned about your article and followed along with the visuals!

  6. Craig says:

    Good information and loved the visual. The audio was either pretty quiet or very loud, however, which made it hard to listen to.

  7. Zara says:

    Well explained, great visuals, and easy to follow. The video was interesting and enjoyable to watch.

  8. Alyssa Mae says:

    This video was very clear and easy to follow! good job

  9. Emily says:

    The visuals in this video were good, but the audio was a little slow and the volume shifted throughout. Overall the presentation of this article was well done.

  10. Eric says:

    The visuals were good and the explanation of the experiment was extremely easy to understand. Specifically, the conclusion did a nice job of concisely tying everything together. On the other hand, the explanation of the relationship transforming from commensalism to mutualism seemed a bit redundant when first introduced.

  11. Brian says:

    I think the video was good, but the variance in audio quality made the video seem less professional.

  12. Chloe says:

    Visuals worked well with explanations, but the difference in audio throughout the video was distracting.

  13. Jonathan says:

    Pretty good video. The article itself was presented well, with good connection to the course material with everything about Frederick’s experiment. Like everyone else has said, better audio may have been helpful.

  14. William says:

    Great visuals that were easy to understand and good connections with the class

  15. Silverio says:

    The visuals were good, and the information was solid, although at some points the audio was a little quiet or varied.

  16. Sidney says:

    Very well done video. The intro was very annoying, but the way they conduct the presentation was very well done, it was very easy to understand the main message they were trying to give. there were some issues when they were presenting due to change in people but it was good

  17. Sidney says:

    Very well done video. The intro was very annoying. I wish the sound would be better.but the information was good

  18. Jayna says:

    The explanation accompanying the figures from the paper was a great touch. The presentation of information was executed well. The only slight and totally understandable thing was the audio on occasion.

  19. Samuel says:

    Digging the ms paint graphics. The audio, between switching in volume, speaker,
    and recording quality was very distracting. I wish you had put some of the background information earlier in the video, and the reference back to course topics was good, but felt very forced. I learned alot though, which was the main goal, so great job

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