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Creating and Using Infographics in the Classroom

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Overview

You've probably seen Infographics - those graphics that are visual representations of knowledge or information. But have you given much thought to their possibilities in your classroom or school? Did you know how easy they are to make? Join Steven Anderson as he explores some simple tools you can use to create infographics. In addition to demonstrating how easy they are to create, Steven will also share a variety of ways in which infographics can be used for learning in the classroom.





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Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Media, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: concept maps, digital media, graphical representations, graphics, Infographics, tools for student projects

Reviews (23)

Full Member
 
Good information, thanks Steven.
Full Member
 
Good information! Thanks.
Basic Member
+5
 
Great examples of tools I can use with students.
Basic Member
 
Looking forward to using inforgraphs with students and staff.
Full Member
+10
 
Wonderful presentation. My colleagues will enjoy implementing information from this webinar within our communication and technology updates.. Thanks.
Full Member
+7
 
Thank You!
Full Member
+8
 
Steven, as always great presentation. Great and awesome resources! Thank you. I will try visual.ly and creately. I think they are great tools. Wow, this is something that I think my students will love.
Full Member
 
Thanks for the resources. These will keep me busy for a while!
Basic Member
 
This was second webinar on all things infographic, and it was wonderful! Thanks for sharing lots of resources that are great models for sharing with teachers and students.
Basic Member
 
Good information and great resources
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