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Let’s Meet … Anis Faqiehah

26 February 2024 Posted in: Articles Tagged: , By: John Seamons

In this edition we are happy to be meeting Anis Faqiehah a current student at QMUL who is working as a TEL Assistant.  She has been doing a wonderful job helping us update some of our collection of video guidance materials.

  • Let’s start with a little about you and your background – Where have you lived? Where did you grow up?

    I was born and raised in Johor, Malaysia. I moved to London in 2020 to pursue undergraduate studies at QMUL.

  • What course are you currently studying?

    I am pursuing a Master’s degree in Data Analytics.

  • What attracted you to study at QMUL?

    Three key elements attracted me, these were the renowned Computer Science program, since I did my undergraduate in Computer Science also in Queen Mary. The vibrant, multicultural campus life. Also the strong industry connections and internship opportunities.

  • What are your long term career aspirations?

    I aspire to become a frontend developer, data analyst, or UI/UX designer in a leading tech company. I have a keen interest in specializing in UI/UX due to its focus on human-computer interaction. I aim to contribute to technological innovations and simplify technology for others.

  • Now let’s discuss the role you have been kindly working on. What inspired you to apply for the position of TEL Assistant?

    I was inspired by a passion for video editing and technology since a young age. Motivated to improve student learning experiences using technology.It was an opportunity to experience a supportive team environment and gain real-world work insights.

  • Please tell us a little bit about what you have been doing?

    Creating video guides for online learning platforms and collaborating on interactive course content.

  • What have you learned from the experience?

    I have gained improved technical skills, especially in e-learning softwares. Also enhanced communication and teamwork abilities.

  • Why do you think video guidance is so useful?

    It provides a visual and engaging way to learn complex topics and offers flexibility for users to learn at their own pace, accessible anytime.

  • What in your opinion as a QMUL student do students want in a guidance video?
    1. Clear, concise, and well-structured content.
    2. Easily accessible.
    3. Inclusion of subtitles for accessibility.
  • What are your top tips for making video guidance?
    1. Keep it short and focused on key concepts.
    2. Use visuals and animations to explain complex ideas.
    3. Ensure good audio quality and clear narration.

Thank you for participating in this and for all your hard work. It has been a pleasure working with you and we are very pleased with the videos you have created so far.

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