- Information as a Graphic
by Mehrdad Kashefi (@Mehrdad Kashefi)
I used “piktochart” to create the infographic on facts about PFAS contaminants.
- Information as a Graphic
by Marie-Line Jobin (@mjobin)
I focused on crafting an infographic to encapsulate three benefits of generative artificial intelligence in education. After trying both Canva and Piktochart, I found Piktochart more conducive and user-friendly for creating infographics. The platform provided accessible templates, streamlining the process of transferring content seamlessly. The resulting infographic visually conveyed pertinent information, serving as a quick more… »
- Forging A Pry Bar
by Darrick Hahn (@dhahn)
I happened to have a few action pics, and I thought this would be a perfect example to start learning how to make these – I think this will be way more engaging than just some written instructions. Totally fun, but I will need to practice more!
by Renee Berquist (@rberquist)
INfographic was chosen to outline the steps in calculating an IV Drop rate. Students get confused so this may help.
- Database Search Commands in Infographic Form
by Kymberly Ash (@kash)
I’ve made a few infographics in the past and the process can be quite time consuming to ensure they are easy to read, visuals and text align, and other best practices. I’ve used a few of the tools listed here before, but hadn’t tried Piktochart yet. I found the templates easy to build off of more… »
- Info graphic on SMART GOALS
by Zubia Qureshi (@zqureshi)
Canva is a user-friendly tool that can be used to create resources to support learning.
- Ingfographic: Did You Know?
by Miranda Mckenzie (@mx_mckenzie)
While this isn’t an infographic in the traditional sense (there is no data to present), we created a Did you know? with Canva. We included key concepts, with the hope that a more visual representation of the most common questions/errors students make in their writing would better support them while being a good reminder and more… »
- Reworking my original CRAP slide
by Jen Booth (@jen.booth)
For this activity, I decided to try doing a reworking of my original CRAP slide (it’s actually version 2 of my CRAP slide) that I use with students both in information literacy sessions, and while teaching communication classes. I’ve recently started using CANVA for some images to embed in our LMS, but I have NEVER more… »
- Information as Graphic
by Susan (@Susan Wilks)
This is the infographic I did for the first module. It was my first attempt at using CANVA. It took awhile to produce the image, but worked out well.
- Number System
by Ramandeep Kaur (@Raman)
I have used Canva for Infographics. I have created information on the number system.