Using Infographics in Library Instruction

Using Infographics in Library Instruction
Caitlin A. Bagley

Wednesday, March 5, 2014
2:30pm Eastern | 1:30pm Central
12:30pm Mountain | 11:30am Pacific
90 minutes


In this workshop, Bagley will show you how to incorporate the basics of infographics in your library instruction, capturing students’ attention and making learning active.

You’ll learn

How to use popular freemium tools, such as Piktochart, Infogram, and Easelly, along with various features built into Excel and Word
Ways to teach critical thinking by showing how one data set can undergo contrasting graphical interpretations
How to cite sources in infographics
The types of imagery that will best communicate your message
Examples of creative design through colors, fonts, or hand-drawing
Best practices of library-instruction librarians using infographics in presentations