Is a picture worth a thousand words? In the past few years, educators have worked towards increased flexibility when it comes to accepting work from their students. In addition to well written assignments, videos, blogs, wikis and oral presentations have become increasingly more acceptable as submissions of knowledge mastery. A new trend is to use Infographics as visual representations of information.

What does a student or educator do when they want to address their topic as an infographic? What online tools and applications are best to create these types of visuals. How much information is too much information with an Infographic?

Let’s look at effective uses of Infographics to improve instruction and the delivery of knowledge.

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