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Rajesh Krishnan
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Infographics

Presentation Published 10/6/13 Last updated on 2/28/20

A very interesting and comprehensive presentation on infographics. This was shared with me by one of my students. This is meant for non commercial and learning purposes only. I have retained the name of the original presenter as well in the presentation.

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Duration
1+ Month
Content Standards
21st Century Skills Framework
ISTE Standards
Students: Creative Communicator, Students: Empowered Learner, Students: Digital Citizen, Students: Innovative Designer, Students: Computational Trainer, Students: Knowledge Constructor
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Intermediate
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Dr. Tarek Bahaa El Deen

Posted on 9/25/18 6:50:50 AM Permalink

​This is a very good infographics.

Thank you for sharing.

Nikolai Lokteff

Posted on 8/14/15 3:57:17 PM Permalink

Thanks for sharing!

Candie Witherspoon

Posted on 8/23/14 4:11:17 AM Permalink

Thanks for sharing. I want to incorporate infographics into my classes this year.

marco lucadano

Posted on 2/14/14 3:12:39 AM Permalink

Hi Rajesh, have you had your students tackle this project? I'm hot to roll on this using Illustrator with my students, but I want to collaborate with a math, physics, science instructor who loves crunching numbers and data. The download is very helpful, thank you.

Steven Lustig

Posted on 10/8/13 9:17:49 PM Permalink

Very clear and comprehensive. Interesting how types of graphical communications come back around. Back in the 80's I ran a Genigraphics operation in Irvine CA. We produced all kinds of complex, data driven graphics for medical and aerospace companies.