by MU Instructional Designers
October 1, 2021
10-12 min read
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.
- Annotated Bibliography – A collection of research on the topic of instructional infographics.
- Create an Infographic (from Tech Support Knowledge Base) – Nuts and bolts for pre-production, production, and post-production stages of creating an infographic.