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Unformatted text preview: have articles with a lot of small text and unneeded information. b. Video describes the scientists backgrounds before engaging in their work (papers do not require this, and assume that the researchers behind the study are well known) 2. Video is more entertaining, thus audience is more engaged a. The introduction to the Nova Science Now video utilizes weird animations that match the speakers descriptions and gives readers a good visual on dreams (papers lack this visual stimulation) b. Machines like The Deprivator are defined and described (research tools in papers are not defined) 3. Moving videos are more relatable than pictures that may be in a paper 4. However, videos lack information that gives a more steady knowledge on the subject (there is not enough time to cover all that is needed to cover in papers perhaps)...
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- Fall '11