“Numbers have an important story to tell. They rely on you to give them a clear and convincing voice.” – Stephen Few
When learners design their own infographics they interpret their data, information, research and facts. Students create a meaningful connection with the data and share with others the important bigger picture the data tells. Infographics can persuade others to act or reflect. The following web tools will help students design awesome infographics. Find more ideas and tips in my presentation, Teaching with Infographics.
- Piktochart has several templates for creating infographics. Also, access a library of free clipart, fonts, graphics and backgrounds.
- Infogr.am is an infographic creator with graphs and templates.
- Venngage is an easy to use infographic maker and graphic design software with drag and drop.
- Genial.ly is a web tool for creating infographics and interactive visuals.
- Canva (opens in new tab) is a web tool and iPad app with infographic templates and lesson plans.
- Visme allows you to create infographics with cool transitions, animations, and effects.
- Check out this Google Draw template for creating infographics by John Calvert.
- Smore is a free web tool to create digital flyers with videos, icons, and images. Some teachers have used this web tool to create infographics.
- Easel.ly is another web tool with templates and graphics to create infographics.
cross posted at teacherrebootcamp.com
Shelly Terrell is an education consultant, technology trainer, and author. Read more at teacherrebootcamp.com.