Last Friday we playfully mentioned infographics and said that they were a powerful way to display information. You may have noticed infographics being used more frequently on some of your favorite websites and blogs. They are easy to create and can incorporate graphics and colors to make them appealing and interesting. Critical Thinking Via Infographics states:
Here are some tools that you can use to create infographics quickly and easily listed on 10 Free tools for creating infographics. Nicole used Piktochart to create the infographic below as an example for iTeach last year. There are some things you might want to keep in mind when creating an infographic. Take a look at Jeff Bullas’ The 7 Key Elements to Creating Successful Infographics, the resources provided by Bianca Woods, and Top Tips From Experts on What Makes a Great Infographic.
And here is a link to a FREE course on creating infographics. How to Make and Promote Wildly Successfuly Infographics.
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Why Infographics are Good for eLearning