Acceptable Formats/Content

Videos of Physical Models, Experiments, and Field Activities

The 3 videos below are high-quality examples of physical models that demonstrate groundwater flow and fate and transport. Video 8 and Video 9 implement effective yet simple, signaling. Signaling techniques such as the inclusion of arrows and sequential labeling of features and transport phenomena as they are described in the narrative could be included in Video 10 by way of post-processing software. These types of videos provide an excellent source for practice problems involving sketching and conceptual model building. For example, studentsreaders could be asked to sketch a conceptual model of the cross section and label the various features and as well as the flow and transport phenomena that are shown and described in the video.

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Unacceptable Formats/Content

Videos with hyperanimation, text only (no images, etc), lecture room recordings.

Example video with hyperanimation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQnWm74xYfg
Static equations example.
Spelling errors and lack of clarity. Source: https://youtu.be/--8SC0Q-cKs
Example of Text Only. https://youtu.be/kYIrGS0Jpdg
This lecture includes a lot of excessive animation and depicts the saturated zone as an undulating body of water. This type of video should not be submitted to GroundwaterU. Source: ttps://youtu.be/zDI9SxAc6ls
Recording of a presentation projected on a screen.
This video is well intentioned to educate children, but it depicts groundwater phenomena too unrealistically, which leads to fundamental misconceptions about groundwater. Source: https://youtu.be/oNWAerr_xEE