Relationship that relates to the topics of this courseIn this assignment, you will pick one relationship that relates to the topics of this course from the knowledge graph that you are developing in several other assignments for this course, and create a short video that explains that relationship. For example, building on the sample knowledge graph in Knowledge Graph Assignment 1, if you were to pick “Coffee”->made by->”Coffee bean”, you would make a video that describes the process by which coffee beans are made into coffee. (Please don’t do the coffee example; instead, choose a relationship from your own graph. In particular, please choose a relationship that you are confident is correct, and that you find interesting.)Your video must include 50-60 seconds of content, as well as credits for all sources that you used in the creation of that content. Your credits must appear after the video’s content is complete, and the length of your credits do not count as part of the 50-60 second video length. The credits can be in the form of a static list of references, rolling credits like seen at the end of movies, or any other form you choose. The video on Fair Use from this page is a good example.Please divide your credits into the following sections (or omit a section if you do not have any credits in that area):Articles, papers, and other scholarly texts: these are essentially evidence that support the things that you say or describe. They MUST be directly related to what you say and show in the video.
Images: if you use any images that you yourself did not create, you must provide a reference for them here.
Video: if you use any video content that you did not create, list these here.
Audio: if you use any audio that you did not create, list these here.
People: If you interview people, or have others appear in your video, list them as well.
Within each of these sections, make sure you list references in order of appearance.Make sure your work meets the copyright and fair use guidelines as described here: Copyright and Fair Use in Student Videos.References FormatAs long as you are consistent, any format is fine. You’re welcome to model it on the style we typically use, or choose any other major format. For example:National Research Council. 2012. Computing Research for Sustainability. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.SubmissionWe encourage (but do not require) that you post your video publicly (e.g., via YouTube), and submit a link to the public video. You may also submit a video that is not public by posting it as an “unlisted” video to YouTube or another platform and sharing the link with the teaching staff.Please paste your link into the text box on this assignment by the deadline specified below.Some Sources of InspirationFor this assignment, we encourage you to do something creative with your video, to make it engaging for its viewers. Here are some examples of videos whose presentation style the teaching staff finds engaging:Vi Hart
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahXIMUkSXX0 (Links to an external site.)Minute Physics
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CI-bwqhhTTw (Links to an external site.)Joy Buolamwini
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdCPbyDJtK0 (Links to an external site.)AsapSCIENCE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSuxVwMkcpA (Links to an external site.)Sabrina and Friends
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQOhM6c0-Lo (Links to an external site.)Veritasium
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_GVbuddri8 (Links to an external site.)emmymade
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CixGArdEJ-E (Links to an external site.)CGP Grey
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ua4QMFQATco (Links to an external site.)Numberphile
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rudzYPHuewc (Links to an external site.)How Stuff Works
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTMuJmZDPkA (Links to an external site.)Vsauce
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks8WH3xUo_E (Links to an external site.)Cooking with Dog
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_hbPLsZvvo (Links to an external site.)RubricVideo RubricVideo RubricCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeRelevance to the topic of the course and explanatory effectivenessHow related the video’s content is to the topics and themes of the course, and how well it explains the relationship3 ptsExcellentVideo is extremely relevant to the topic of the course and describes the relationship very clearly2 ptsGoodVideo is mostly relevant to the topic of the course, and explains the relationship fairly clearly1 ptsSatisfactoryVideo is not very relevant to the topic of the course, or does not explain it clearly0 ptsUnsatisfactoryVideo is completely unrelated to course topic and does not explain it clearly3 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOriginality and creativityHow original and/or creative the student approaches the assignment3 ptsExcellentDemonstrates extreme originality and creativity2 ptsGoodDemonstrates admirable originality and creativity1 ptsSatisfactoryDemonstrates modest originality and creativity0 ptsUnsatisfactoryVideo completely lacks creativity and originality3 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeQuality of audio-visual elementsClarity and intelligibility of the video’s sound and picture quality2 ptsExcellentBoth audio and visual elements are clear and intelligible1.5 ptsGoodEither audio or visual is clear and intelligible while the other set of elements is only somewhat clear and intelligible1 ptsSatisfactoryBoth audio and visual elements are somewhat clear and intelligible0.5 ptsNeeds ImprovementAt least either audio or visual elements are somewhat clear and intelligible but not both0 ptsUnsatisfactoryAudio and visual elements are both completely unclear and incomprehensible2 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLogisticsThe video is readily accessible, loads, and works properly without any additional communication between graders and students; the video is the appropriate length (~50-60 seconds); the video has citations as needed2 ptsExcellentVideo is both readily accessible, is reasonably within the assigned length, and uses correct and comprehensive citations1 ptsSatisfactoryEither the video is not immediately accessible but is reasonably within the assigned length, the video is immediately accessible but not reasonably within the assigned length, and/or the the citations, while present, are not easily traceable0 ptsUnsatisfactoryVideo is not immediately accessible, is not reasonably within the assigned length, and/or does not included any citations where needed2 ptsTotal Points: 10
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