Infographs are huge right now. They are fun, interesting, colorful ways to consolidate and present a lot of information in a very small and easily consumable package. They are also a great way for students to display information in a creative an engaging way. Enter infogr.am.
This website lets you make infographs that are interactive and beautiful. Want to know more about it? I thought you would. Click past the break to see all the screen shots and infogr.am goodness. Also, get a load of my very own infographic. It’s sweeeet! 🙂
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As I was perusing some blogs the other day and I came across Larry Feralazzo’s blog talking about making infographics. Infographs are great vehicles for students to present information in an creative, effective and attractive way. Anyone can make an infograph with good information but to make it look attractive takes experience, lots of time and an eye for design. I’ve seen examples of student infographs and more times than not, they look pretty ugly which takes away from the overall effect. Here comes easel.ly. This website lets you create infographs right from the comfort of your own browser (sorry-no Internet explorer). It’s in the beta version which means there are still some bugs to work out, but click on past the break to see how to make your own with this free service.