Infographic DIY: Online Tools for Teaching and Library Advocacy

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A presentation at LibTech 2014 at Macalaster College.
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  • Infographic DIY: Online Tools for Teaching and Library Advocacy

    1. 1. INFOGRAPHIC DIY: Online Tools for Teaching and Library Advocacy Dani Brecher Claremont Colleges Library libguides.libraries. claremont.edu/ infographicDIY
    2. 2. Today’s Workshop Definition & History Uses Demo Hands-On Discussion
    3. 3. infographic n. now chiefly Journalism a visual image such as a chart or diagram used to represent information or data in an easily understandable form. -
    4. 4. A Brief (and Fascinating) History of the Infographic
    5. 5. Infographics & Information Literacy
    6. 6. New ACRL Draft Information Literacy Framework: A set of practices that demonstrate increased credibility within that [information] ecosystem, as both consumer of information and creator of knowledge
    7. 7. New ACRL Draft Information Literacy Framework: A set of practices that demonstrate increased credibility within that [information] ecosystem, as both consumer of information and creator of knowledge
    8. 8. Infographics & Library Advocacy
    9. 9. Where Could They Go? • Annual reports • Websites • Social media • Faculty meetings • Orientation materials
    10. 10. What Could They Represent? • Collections data • Circulation statistics • Instruction outcomes • Outreach successes • Return on Investment • What else?
    11. 11. Let’s Make Infographics (!)
    12. 12. Drop me a line! dani_brecher@cuc.claremont.edu @danireads www.rulenumberoneblog.com
    13. 13. Image Credits • Slide 2: “Aerial View of Campus, Claremont McKenna College.” Claremont Colleges Photo Archive. http://ccdl.libraries.claremont.edu/cdm/ref/collection/ccp/id/8150 • Slide 6: Sanchez, Hugo A. (2012).Gangnam Style ‘The 5 Basic Steps.’ http://visual.ly/gangnam-style-5-basic-steps • Slide 8: Bayer, Johann (1603). Uranometria. https://www.lindahall.org/events_exhib/exhibit/exhibits/stars/bay.htm • Slide 9: Playfair, William (1801). Statistical Breviary. http://benschmidt.org/slides/images/BigData/firstPie.gif • Slide 10: Snow, John (1854). http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/27/Snow-cholera-map-1.jpg • Slide 11: Washington DC Metro Map. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9c/Wash-dc-metro- map.png/672px-Wash-dc-metro-map.png • Slide 12: http://www.flickr.com/photos/caseorganic/4795784878/ • Slide 13: http://fc04.deviantart.net/fs71/i/2012/258/2/e/star_wars_infographic_by_kodisir- d5erzpj.jpg • Slide 15: Fanning, Jared. Top 10 Most Read Books in the World. jaredfanning.com

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