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Infographics especially easel.ly

27 Jul

I like http://www.easel.ly/ and have used it myself – I tried a few infographic tools and found this good for me as a beginner and wanting a quick result.

I set up an account. However, this site lists the main ones and says an account is not required for easelly http://librarylinknj.org/techex/online-infographic-builders.

This slideshare has an overview and instructions for easelly at the end http://www.slideshare.net/Schoolnetsa11/infographics-in-the-classroom

More resources:
http://inyourpocketnow.com/2014/02/04/easel-ly-make-student-presentations-visually-appealing-with-infographics/
http://educationcloset.com/steam/creating-infographics-in-the-classroom/
http://www.highpoint.edu/techblog/creating-infographics-easel-ly/
http://techtipsforteachers.weebly.com/tech-tips/creating-infographics-as-a-classroom-activity
http://edu214unlv.pbworks.com/w/page/77585270/easelly-Sp14
http://grimsley.gcsnc.com/pages/Grimsley_High/Library/Staff/Web_2_0_Tools/Easel_ly
http://7490fanninproject2infographics.wikispaces.com/1.2+Comparison+Chart+(Piktochart+vs.+Easel.ly)+%26+Summary

Also my diigo infographic links can be found at https://www.diigo.com/search?adSScope=my&what=infographics&snapshot=no

 
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