This Is How to Create A Simple Educational Poster Using Google Drawings

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January 22, 2016
Posters are great to use in your class to aid your teaching. There are a plethora of web tools and mobile apps that can help you easily design beautiful visuals and infographics, this page features some of our favourite titles in this regard. However, there is also another good tool that is often overlooked by many teachers and educators which is Google Drawings.  Posters you create through Drawings are automatically saved into your Drive and can be easily integrated into presentations and docs you create in your Drive. You can also print them in PDF format and use them in class. Below is  an updated version of a step by step guide we published in the past to help you  learn the basics of how to use Drawings to create educational posters.

1- Open your Drive, click on 'New', hover over 'More' and select Google Drawings

2- Give your poster a title and enlarge the drawing canvas

3- Customize the background of your poster

3- Insert a picture into a poster, shapes, lines, and arrows

4-  Add text and comments to your poster

5- Create titles using word art

6- Share your poster and/or print it in different formats