Getting Started with Infographic Assignments

Stock photo infographic showing global climate vulnerabilities
Credit: iStock.com/Dimitrios Karamitros

Infographics have become a nearly ubiquitous accompaniment to written reports and presentations. For today’s students, visual communication skills are as important as written and verbal ones. Plus, adding an infographic to a text assignment gets students to think about the central message they are trying to convey to the reader, which can help teach them about communicating with focus—something they often struggle with.


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