Que NSC2500 – pharmacological & pathophysiological Video Presentation
- Task:To createan educational pharmacological and pathophysiological Video Presentation.
- Topics: Your video presentation will be on one of the case topics that we use in the tutorials (ref to your course timetable).
- Target audience: The target audience is the general public so the science must be easily (but fully)
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- Format of video:Videos can be staged as a presentation, short play, commercial, news broadcast, talk show, documentary, music video, or cartoon.
- The video MUST be submitted as an MP4. There is no exceptions to this rule.
- Duration of video: 6-7 minutes.
- Recording and editing your video: You can use any type video camera to record your video. You can also use any type of video editing software.
Submitting your assignment: Upload the video to Video Presentation S/P Assessment in your study desk. Please be advised that your video should be no more than 500MB in size.
How can you make your video appropriate for the general public?
- Introduce yourself.
- Minimise the use of jargon, scientific and technical terms and acronyms.
- If this is unavoidable, provide explanations.
- Use analogies to explain difficult concepts.
- Provide context. Give concrete everyday examples.
- Use diagrams, pictures, props or demonstrations where appropriate.
- Make it funny, make it dramatic, make it jaw-dropping or eye-opening.
- Conclude the video.
- Remember to include your references – the style should be an author, date and formatting MUST be consistent.
- Make sure the video is the correct duration. The duration of the video should be 6-7 minutes.
- The audio should be clear and at a constant level.
- The video should be steady.
- The video should be focused clearly.
- The video should show good organisation of the scientific content.
- The video edits should clean.
- The video should be eye catching.
- The video can be something different from a normal presentation.
- Different camera angles, sound effects and a variety in the video images.
- Interesting use of visual aids (pictures and diagrams, demonstrations).