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Digital Journalism Education Teach-A-Thon | Easy Infographic Tools for Journalism Students | Journalism Interactive Conference 2013 | journalisminteractive.com/2013/

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PRESENTER: Justin Karp, University of Maryland/WJLA …

PRESENTER: Justin Karp, University of Maryland/WJLA

DESCRIPTION: Easy Infographic Tools for Journalism Students. Part of Journalism Interactive 2013 conference Teach-A-Thon. Educators were given 5 minutes to talk about curriculum ideas, tools, class assignments and more to help digital journalism educators. Journalisminteractive.com

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  • 1. Show, don’t tell!Or: All the easy infographic tools you could everwant (and likely already need).Justin KarpABC7 News – Washington, D.C.University of Maryland-College Park
  • 2. Or: Pictures are way easier than numbers!INFOGRAPHICS
  • 3. Tableau Public www.tableausoftware.com Free, desktop-based chart and data viz builder Import CSV and XLS files to build huge charts Projects stored in the cloud and embeddable into your website Free training webinars
  • 4. Infogr.am www.infogr.am Free, cloud based infographic maker Import or construct data within the app to generate interactive charts Dozens of customizable charts, graphs and pictogram templates available In and out in five minutes
  • 5. iCharts www.icharts.com Much like Tableau Public, but all web- based Input data on the site or import it from your data set Import graphics to built totally custom, visually dynamic charts and graphics
  • 6. It’s like TomTom. Except it helps you instead offrustrating you.MAPS
  • 7. Google Maps maps.google.com Typically the easiest and quickest mapping platform Embeddable maps in less than five minutes Tremendous platform for open, crowdsourced map projects
  • 8. Esri www.arcgis.com/home Visually rich, dynamic and embeddable maps Desktop and cloud based systems Create custom apps to compare two maps, integrate social media, etc.
  • 9. BatchGeo www.batchgeo.com Import a list of addresses from an XLS file to a Google Map Good to aggregate multiple points of interest in a short time