A picture says a thousand words, and an infographic says even more! In this age of abundant visual stimuli, most of us learn more quickly and effectively when presented with visual content. Data visualizations, in particular, take quantitative data and communicate it in a way that tells a story.
Using infographics supports Universal Design for Learning (UDL) strategies by providing a variety of content materials. It’s also effective for student engagement because of its real world authenticity.
- Using Infographic Creation as Tool for Science-Communication Assessment and a Means of Connecting students to Their Departmental Research
- Learning with Multiple Representations: Infographics as Cognitive Tools for Authentic Learning in Science Literacy
- Infographics for Educational Purposes: Their Structure, Properties and Reader Approaches
- Fostering and Assessing Infographic Design for Learning: The Development of Infographic Design Criteria