"Infographics are a visual representation of data. When students create infographics, they are using information, visual, and technology literacies. This page includes links to help you developformative or summative assessments that have students creating infographics to showcase their mastery of knowledge..."
"...There is also another easy way to create a classroom infographic using Google Docs. This time we are going to use pre-made templates. I searched for some in Google Docs gallery and found these nice templates which can perfectly serve the purpose..."
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"People are more attracted to data and information that are visually organized. This is also the case with our students. If you are able to display correctly then chances are students will grab it quickly. In this regard, infographics are ideal for communicating data through visual cues. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has already featured some awesome tools that teachers can use to create their own infographics but if you are looking for tips on how to create engaging infographics for your class, the graphic below is all that you need..."
People love to learn by examining visual representations of data. That's been proven time and time again by the popularity of both infographics and Pinterest. So what if you could make your own infographics?
It wasn’t long ago that Twitter added inline image previews to its official apps, including the web view. Now, Twitter is including more image focus in the latest redesign, as you can see above. On the left-hand side of Twitter’s new web view, your profile and header images are now visible. We’ve done tests on our own Twitter [...]
"Graphics play a role in our Internet learning experience. Images have become part and parcel of the information acquisition process in our lives. Normally, graphics like pictures and drawings are used as aids and not the main tool for learning. They are just appendices that help people understand the information that is being fed to them.
That was the general idea before the influx of the Internet. The pre-Internet idea is dominated by the belief that graphics are just ‘aids.’ But it has surprised learning purists that graphics can be very good tools as main information sources. Thanks to the Internet..."
"Here is a comprehensive list of some very good tools for making infographics. The list features more than 40 applications so you have a wide variety of options to choose from.While some of these tools are pretty basic and you can use them without any complications, others do require some advanced tech knowledge and design know-how..."
"So you're planning to make infographics part of teaching toolbox! Educational infographics section both here and on our Pinterest board has hundreds of meticulously selected graphics to use with your students in the classroom. I am pretty sure you will find some good ones for your class..."
"Infographics are becoming great educational materials to use in both teaching and learning. By definition an infographic is a visual representation of data. This representation is multi-modal in the sense that it can have different forms of text : flowcharts, diagrams images, and many more. What makes Infographics so popular is their visual attractiveness..."