Multimodal and Alternative Assignments Resources: Tools: Infographics

 

An infographic is a visual representation of information or data. They can be beautiful or confusing. 

For examples of infographics or infographics to use (and cite!) in your argument, try these sites:

visual.ly

Information is Beautiful

Infogram

Infogram requires a free account, but it's easy to use and will save the images.  It even does the math for you!

You make make infographics and charts, and there are several designs to choose from. 


infogr.am/

Canva

Canva is easy to use and creates many designs -- infographics, slideshows, posters, and even Facebook covers! 

It, too, requires a free account.  It's really easy to use and has many options for designs.

canva.com

Easelly

Easelly requires a free account to save infographics, but you can create one without a free account and use a snipping tool.

You can insert objects, but with the basic (free) account, you have to duplicate the object rather than having them automatically duplicated to match your calculations.

www.easel.ly/

Infographic of Infographics

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