1. Click to watch the video below to learn about info graphics (just watch the first 5 minutes)All About Infographics
2. Click to video below to see how the fairytale Little Red Riding Hood was turned into an infographic.
Little Red Riding Hood
3. Look at the infographic below about Facebook.
Facebooking your Parents
4.Look at the infographic below about Batman.
70 Years of Batman Evolution

5. The INFOGRAPHIC below was created in Word about a student's life.


6. View the infographic below:

7. Complete the worksheet on phones using the infographics below:

1. Evolution of the Mobile Phone
2. What's Happened with Cell Phones
3.Cell Phone Features
4.Cell Phone Etiquette
5.The 7th Mass Media
6. How are Teens Using their Cell Phones
7. Texting Trends
8. The Number of Mobile Phones in the World
9. Smartphones-The Latest Generation
10. The iphone Era
11. The Path to itune Downloads
12.The After Life of a Cell Phone
13. Digital Buzz

8. Other Infographics
The Truth About Food Additives

The Caffeine Poster

Ways Kids Use Money

Map of Olympic Medals

Passing The Torch: An Evolution of Form

Fractions of a Second: An Olympic Musical

600 Homeruns

World Cup Ball

Top World Cup Players on Facebook
Digital Buzz

1. It's a visual explanation that helps you more easily understand, find or do something.

2. It's visual, and when necessary, integrates words and pictures in a fluid, dynamic way.

3. It stands alone and is completely self-explanatory.

4. It reveals information that was formerly hidden or submerged.

5. It makes possible faster, more consistent understanding.

6. It's universally understandable.

From Dave Gray's Blog Communication

Remember: Charts and graphs can communicate data; infographics turn data into information

Infographics are a new way to tell stories in order to get the point across........

*Final Assignment: Creating your own Infographic*

For your next project will be creating an infographic on Glogster!

1. Choose your topic and collect information about your topic.

2. Think how to make all of these facts and evidence tell a story. How can you show people how big a problem is? Can you find something to compare it to? Past numbers? Number of times the book would wrap around the world? How can you make this data create a picture in someone’s mind?

3. Illustrate your data. Find or draw pictures to make your point. You can use screen shots, photos, take your own pictures, whatever.

4. Present your infographic on Glogster.

Ten Tips for Designing Infographics
Types of Infographics