Venngage, Easel.ly & Infogram

Infographics! There are so many quick and easy uses for infographics, so we thought we would share a few sites to get you started.

VENNGAGE

Venngage timeline example.
Venngage – Infographics are better with a giant monkey.

We start this episode with Venngage. Venngage is a great infographic site that has lots of creative options. Your students will love all of the template and icon choices that they’ll be able to explore!

INFOGRAM

Student example of an Infogram infographic.
Infogram – A student example of an infographic on climate change.
Infogram chart editing.
Infogram – See how easy it is to edit charts!?

Then we talk about Infogram, a wonderful site for students who need more data-driven infographics. Infogram is an infographic tool that has a great selection of easy-to-use graphs for displaying data.

EASEL.LY

Easelly-based family tree graphic
Easelly – Your students’ family tree projects are going to look a whole lot better!

Last but not least is Easel.ly. This site has colorful, easy-to-use templates and it also has many sharing options.

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And there you have it! All of these sites can help your students share their knowledge quickly and creatively. Thanks, as always, for listening! We’ll talk to you again, next week!

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