For the bibliophiles: A chart released Wednesday by the folks at Pop Chart Lab, displayed above and possibly made so cheating high school students can tattoo it to their wrists, retells each chapter of The Great Gatsby by visualizing the movements...
Well, it's been a while since I posted to this blog. And even longer since I completed a Thing via Nebraska Learns 2.0. I had been itching to try my hand at an infographic, so I thought I'd give it a whirl and complete Thing #58: ...
Why the Common Core Standards and The New York Times are perfect together, and a list of all our favorite literacy strategies for before, during and after reading a Times article with students. Bookmark this one!
Reading strategies to use with the New York Times.
With the rise of tuition costs comes a rise in a student's overall financial stress. Let's face it—more stress is the exact thing your average college student can do without. What a great discovery it is, then, for that same student when they learn that financial resources—literally billions of dollars—are readily available to help them achieve their post-secondary educational goals. This Online Colleges infographic gives some very valuable information on how college students can access these resources below.
Since we added a very popular Infographics Gallery to our content spreading tools, our users have been asking us to provide some tips on how to brainstorm, create and promote infographics. So that's what we were talking ...
EasyBib, an information literacy platform that provides citation, note taking, and research tools have created this helpful infographic on plagiarism. (RT @RangeWoman_Inc: Warning! Plagiarism Is On The Rise!
These are very good times for both presenters and consumers of data. You no longer have to look at boring pie-chats and column-bars, or even flat rows of facts n' figures if you are statistically inclined.
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