The link of this page was not spelled correctly (Narcisissism), therefore when it linked to wikipedia it would then ask if an article for 'Narcisissism' would like to be created. Corrected the link so it works better now : ) (The preceding unsigned comment was added byAszokalski (talk • contribs) 11:03, 28 August 2010.)
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Overall, this is a DI-level chapter, with a strong emphasis on theoretical understandings of narcissism, limited treatment of related research, and effective written expression and use of additional learning features such as wiki-links, images, and a quiz.
Overall, this worked very well as an introduction to the chapter, with excellent production (although the sound was a bit quiet). Especially impressive was the explanation of theories about narcissism. Although the presentation works well as an introduction, I thought more could have been made of final take-away points from the chapter.
Excellent opening use of self-made video and video effects.
Sound was very quiet.
Voice was well placed and easy to listen to. Could be improved by using more tonal variation.
Very good combination of simple images & simple text.
Well paced (not too slow or too fast - many others were too fast/much)