[Harp-L] Re: Poor Presentations
We aren't all wired the same, I don't think it's fair to assume that those
who prefer a clear and non-distracting visual aren't focused on the lesson
itself. While the desire for a better visual presentation CAN be driven
by snobbery or poor prioritization, that's certainly not always the case.
We learn differently, things that some people don't mind in the least can
distract others and impair their ability to absorb the information.
Glitchy or disorganized productions, whether the glitch falls within the audio or
visual realm, WILL interfere with the learning process for some folks.
To those who grumbled when a few people expressed that they would prefer
better production values on the really good overblow instructional clip... I
don't think anyone was saying that production has to be slick or
expensive, only that with a small amount of forethought & effort a video lesson will
have the ability to be more effective, and therefore 'speak' to a broader
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