When students design an infographic they visualize data and present their research in a dynamic way. They can use icons, charts, shapes, stylized fonts, borders, photos, and more to make data more engaging and understandable. Students can also tell a story with numbers. They are sharing with others their interpretation of statistics, queries, facts, and survey data to tell a bigger story. The web tools below will get you started with free templates students can quickly edit.
Tools for Creating Infographics
- Infogr.am is a simple web tool to design infographics from templates with graphs, charts, fonts, and more. The free plan allows 10 projects.
- Piktochart is a free web tool to design infographics with templates, graphs, charts, fonts, and more. The free plan allows 5 projects.
- Canva is a free web tool, iOS and Android app that allows the creation of several different digital products with templates, fonts, stock photos, icons, frames, and more. In addition to infographics, students can create magazines, flyers, greeting cards, and more.
- Genial.ly is a free web tool for creating infographics, interactive images, timelines, presentations, and more.
- Venngage is a great way to create infographics with some incredible templates students just click and edit. Access to clipart, etc. The free plan allows 5 projects.
- Visme allows you to create a few free infographics with cool transitions and effects. The free plan allows 5 projects.
- Check out this fantastic Google Draw template for creating infographics by John Calvert.
- Easel.ly is another web tool for creating infographics. The free plan allows 5 projects.
To thank you for your sharing, friendship and support over the years I am sharing free tips, learning resources, web tools and apps for 25 days in my Digital December STEM Advent Calendar.
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Shelly Terrell is a Technology and Computer teacher, education consultant, and author of books including Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions in Your Classroom. Read more at teacherrebootcamp.com.