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This guide contains resources for digital storytelling, infographics, presentations, as well as free online journals on these topics
Blogs to Follow
Open Access Journals
VR Creation Tools
Draw.io is a great tool for creating flowcharts to illustrate program flow or ideas. It's simple to use - click on Help to get an introduction video and tips.
This tool will help students create and share visual ideas digitally. Students can choose a theme to start their infographic.
Explore our changing world using the best statistics on health, income, environment and much more. Gapminder has charts, maps, and resources for teachers.
Use this simple infographic tool to visually present information. You can share/embed your infographic or download your infographics as PNG's or PDF's.
NASA Jet Propulsion Lab: Infographics
Create infographics on the Jet Propulsion Lab site; they provide the resources. You can also explore the designs of other users.
How can you start using infographics with your classroom? Check out the video tutorials. Students can create infographics, reports, and flyers.
Knight Lab Projects
The KnightLab at Northwestern University has created several open-source tools that let students build interactive timelines, storymaps, and add information to images.
Students and teachers can use this tool to create timelines. Users must sign in to access the building feature.
This is a free service that lets you publish interactive data visualizations to the web. Browse through the learning videos to see how you could use these with your students.
This is an infographic creation tool. There is a free plan that allows you to create a limited number of infographics.
A lesson plan that can be used with students from 6-12. Students will create an infographic to share knowledge and data about an issue or science topic they are studying.
A Picture IS Worth a Thousand Words: Using Infographics to Illustrate How-to Writing
A lesson plan for four blocks of time that can be used for 7-12 classes.
Free lesson plans for students to learn to use Canva to create information graphics
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