Animation is a fun way to explain complicated theories and concepts, in which the visual aid plays a central role and is based around a storyline. An animation can be a stand-alone video with a voice-over but can also be used as part of a talking head video or screencast.
Animation on diversity
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When to use this format? When you want:
- To make difficult concepts comprehensible.
- To visualise abstract concepts.
- To make a creative and attractive video!
Keep in mind that you:
- Need enough time to create an extensive script.
- Might need an animator/ graphic designer to help you.
- Will have to spend a lot of time and/or money to develop something of high quality.
- Using an existing animation published under open license can be a timesaving option.
You can make an animation yourself. You can also contact your video coordinator to see what the more professional animation options are within your faculty.