Note to K-12 Students:
If you are a student using G Suite for Education, you may be unable to access the Google version of these infographics. That's because your school district has NOT allowed you to access resources outside of your school district domain. Get a teacher to access the resources here, then share them with you using your school district domain. OR, use a personal Gmail account.
Infographics (a clipped compound of "information" and "graphics") are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present information quickly and clearly.
They can improve cognition by utilizing graphics to enhance the human visual system’s ability to see patterns and trends (Source: Wikipedia)
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Infogram and more
Need to create an infographic to show off how much coaching you've been engaged in? There are many tools available, but give Infogram a try. There is a free and paid version of this tool. Also consider Canva and MockoFun as additional tools in this category.
Helpful Chrome Add-Ons and/or Extensions
Insert Icons into Slides: Creating an infographic in Google Slides? Use this Google Slides add-on to find icons/images for insertion into your infographic. Special Thanks to Kathy Miller (Twitter: @millerk813) for the suggestion!
Icons by Noun: Access over one million icons. Special Thanks to Kathy Miller (Twitter: @millerk813) for this suggestion, too!
Palette: Not sure how colors should look together? Give this one a try. It allows you to "create your own color palette by manipulating the variation and hue colors." Or, try Coolors.co
Fireshot Screenshot Tool: Need a Chrome extension that takes pictures of a web page? Use Fireshot!
Looking for Google Drawing, Google Slides formatted infographics? Use the links in the instructions below to get all.
1. Login to your Google account
2. Click infographic below (or use this link to browse Google Drive folders) that you want to get started with. This will allow you to go to FILE->MAKE A COPY in your Google Drive
3. Customize the infographic template in Google Slides/Drawing
1. Get a free Google account
2. Open the infographic you want
3. FILE->MAKE A COPY
Powerpoint (PPTX) files are no longer available.
Contributions from Others
Check out Michele Klein's Graphic Organizers Collection
This exciting collection features seven different organizers. Follow her on Twitter @She3llyLynn84 and let her know what you think.
Check out David McGeary's infographics
"As promised, here [are] the first of a few of the Google Drawings pieces I intend to share. If anyone wants to use [these], just click on the image and make a copy. I got rid of most of the text, but left the little icons in the dots.
You can just isolate and replace the images in the dots. I recommend doing an image search by color and usage rights. I also used https://coolors.co/ to get a working color palette for this project. It is one of my favorite tools for design work. "