Infographics are gaining a strong foothold in the field of education.We are witnessing a sweeping surge in infographics talking about educational issues but some of the companies that create them are not really interested in education but rather in SEO ( Search Engine Optimization ). Anyway I will not engage you in this topic here for it is not what this post is about and . For me as long as the infographic is based on solid background data and tackles the subjects we are interested in then why not thumbing it up, we do not care whether the person who created it wants just to draw traffic to his or her website but as long as the infographic itself contains valid and correct data then why not share it.The aim is learning and not judging people's intentions after all. I said this because I have been engaged in such a debate about infographics in one of the webinars I held recently and I just want to make it clear once for all.
That being said, I would like to insist on the validity and usability of the infographics I include in my blog. Before I share one here it has to go through a filtering process including a small investigation about the creator of the infographic and many many other things. Anyway and without any further ado, the following are some of the popular infographics that have been making rounds online and that I have also included in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning.
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This presentation is done in Google Docs
This one here is done using Issuu