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Find more education infographics on e-Learning Infographics
The eLearning Infographics site is "user-generated" and "dedicated to the best education infographics" according to Christopher Pappas. Creators of education infographics are invited to submit their work for consideration. (Note that submitted infographics may reflect bias toward an organization's products.) The categories that are supported are:
- gamification infographics,
- MOOC infographics,
- mobile learning infographics,
- social learning infographics,
- special education infographics,
- adult education infographics,
- distance education infographics,
- educational technology,
- preschool infographics,
- K12 infographics,
- higher education infographics,
- continuing education infographics,
- elearning infographics,
- instructional design infographics,
- teacher infographics, and
- student infographics.
Where else might we find infographics to use?
Pinterest provides many examples of infographics (http://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=infographic).
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has a very good collection of educational infographics (http://www.educatorstechnology.com/search/label/inforgraphic).
If you are using infographics with your students, you will appreciate Kathy Schrock's video, Infographics as a Creative Assessment. It is an outstanding lesson in the use of infographics with students.
What are your sources for infographics that you can use for teaching and learning?