Make your courses comprehensible with Science Animation
HOW CAN SCIENCE ANIMATIONS HELP YOUR LESSON?
- Visualize complicated information with high accuracy
- Boost learning outcomes with multimedia content
- Attract learners with authentic illustrations
PERMACULTURE DESIGN TRAINING
PERMACULTURE CASE STUDY
Permaculture Design Online Course is a 12-week program that specializes in educating people on practical solutions to develop abundant, sustainable ecosystems. The course was created by a world-renowned permaculture consultant, designer, and teacher Geoff Lawton.
Following the video-based concept, he has produced over 700 live-action videos recording himself teaching the lessons. However, these videos are unable to explain the scientific complicated and abstract processes of Permaculture. With a topic like ‘How the tornado forms,’ it would be impossible to produce live-action footage, and it would look slobby if he drew the process by hand on board.
F. Learning Studio consulted Geoff on how to combine live-action and science animations in the courses. We worked together to produce 330 animated learning videos. Educational animations play an important role in helping students understand the complex effects of landscapes and climates, which can take hours if only explained by words.
SEDIMENTARY DESIGN TRAINING
SEDIMENTARY CASE STUDY
UNSW Sydney (The University of New South Wales) is one of Australia’s leading research and teaching universities. They are moving towards a blended and fully online training delivery for all courses offered by the University.
The animation series was produced for its civil engineering program. The science animations act as visual aids for their teaching materials to better explain the various processes that occur in the formation of metamorphic rock.
F. Learning Studio has worked with UNSW Sydney to convert the information from books to engaging animations. With the storyboard provided, we helped them upgrade the design and animate the process to make it easier for students to understand.