These scenarios have been developed using research from leading social scientists to provide an informed and inspirational insight into the different futures potentially facing education and learning. Use them to formulate robust, resilient plans, to challenge common assumptions and to validate your thinking.
Over the past few years I must have heard the phrase ‘everyone is a publisher nowadays’ a thousand times or more. It’s largely accurate, due to the rise of social media, but I think we are mainly ‘curators’, as opposed to ‘publishers’.
Once a fun and useful way of presenting data in an easy-to-digest format, infographics have been overused to the point that their reputation is close to ruin.
The five basic steps are:
Find some data. Infographics require useful, accurate data, so you need to search online to find it.Sort the data. Check through the data to make sure that it’s high quality and relevant to your topic.Arrange the data. Use the data to create a narrative.Present the data. You need to create a readable infographic that guides people through the data.Share the data. Get the infographic out there so people start linking back to your client’s site.