Walgrove, Amanda. "Infographic: The Science Behind the 1,000 Most Popular Infographics." Contently.com. N.p., 26 Oct. 2015. Web. 18 Sept. 2016.
Images, Logos, Infographics
Visual work products are able to convey a wealth of information in limited space. Students are asked to incorporate images, as well as develop logos or infographics during their coursework. Flickr provides a brief explanation of creative commons definitions of permissible use.
Infographics are data rich images which convey information in an easy to understand format. There are a number of options to produce high quality infographics.
Template based sites:
Design on your own programs:
Microsoft Publisher or GoogleDraw
Easel.ly has produced a guidebook for infographics.
Logos are used to rapidly identify organizations, products, or teams. Students are asked to create logos to raise awareness surrounding contemporary science issues. The following free tools are available for logo design:
•Audio may be recorded using the free Clyp it site: https://clyp.it
•Record you audio file, listen to confirm
•“share your clyp”
•Once the file has been loaded, the internet address will change, copy the extended clypit web address
•Launch a QR code generator, paste the clypit address, and create a QR code
•Snip the QR code image, copy and paste as desired