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Infographic evernote 2

  1. 1. Using Infographics & Evernote Alexis Swinehart & Todd Miller
  2. 2. • Please visit http://padlet.com/wall/radnorinfographic• Please list what you know about infographics OR any questions you have about infographics
  3. 3. • Define Infographics• Explore their power in teaching & learning• Analyze Effective Design• Understand Social Media Tool - Evernote• Create an Evernote Binder for Your Content
  4. 4. Hierarchy ofDigital Distractions
  5. 5. Visual Representationssuch assigns, charts, maps, ordiagrams that aidcomprehension of a giventext-based content.
  6. 6. TED TalkDavid McCandless The Beauty of Data Visualization
  7. 7. “Visualizing information, so that we can see thepatterns and connections that matter and then designing that information so it makes more sense, or it tells a story, or allows us to focus only on the information that’s important.”David McCandless in the opening to his TED talk, The Beauty of Data Visualization
  8. 8. • Eye Catching• Tell a Story• Identify relationships among data• Build/Assess Knowledge• Require Critical Thinking• Keystone Connection• Engaging!
  9. 9. • Confusing formats – Multiple layers of data• Information can be misinterpreted• Data can be manipulated – Beware of Author’s Bias
  10. 10. Resource
  11. 11. Resource
  12. 12. Comparison
  13. 13. Evolution
  14. 14. Status
  15. 15. Evernote Binder: Look at the examples and identify a few infographics you like and don’t like. Use the following questions to guide your discussion:• What is the purpose of the infographic?• What story is being told?• How are colors used differently in each one?• How could colors, sizes, and kinds of object be used to mislead people away from the data?• How do the words support or distract from the message?
  16. 16. • How is it organized? What is the purpose?• What is the story being told? Summarize information• Make inferences? (Hidden purpose/Missing P-O-V)• What doe you still wonder?
  17. 17. • The Do’s and Don’ts of Infographic Design• Coolinfographics.com• Dailyinfographic.com• Info Graphic World• Kathy Schrocks Infographics as Creative Assessment• David McCandless
  18. 18. Tools to Create Infographics• easel.ly• piktochart• infogram• Many Eyes• Visual.ly• GoodLabs
  19. 19. • Designed for note taking and archiving.• A note can be formatted text, a full web page, web page excerpt, a link, a photo, a voice memo, or a hand written ink note.• Notes can have file attachments.• Notes can be sorted into folders, tagged, annotated, edited.• Notes can be part of a notebook.
  20. 20. Highlights Article
  21. 21. Shared FolderNotebooks Notebook Collections
  22. 22. Tags
  23. 23. Evernote /Infographics Tags Notes Shared NotebooksNotebooks
  24. 24. Tags Notes Infographics Legos
  25. 25. Notebooks Shared Notebooks Individual NotebooksNotes
  26. 26. Pick Notebook Tag Notes Clip Article Clip Full Page Clip URLClip Article
  27. 27. Highlight SelectionRight Click – Add toEvernote 4
  28. 28. Title Notebook Edit Tools Web Clipping
  29. 29. • Organize by subject and add different notebooks for different classes• Organize by project with all notes pertaining to a single project in a single notebook• Organize by tagging, adding tags for easier searching• Take a picture of the white board during class time and share notes with all students• Easily share class notes, PowerPoints etc. by sharing a note with students or parents• Store handouts, study guides in Evernote and share for constant access• Create and maintain electronic portfolios for• Student’s can organize and share their own notes with the teacher or each other• Record lectures or interviews easily and review them in other devices• Collect web clips with annotations and share notes with other users
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