March into Literacy with Infographics

You may have noticed the recent rapid development of a concept known as ‘infographics’, a term used for the visual presentation of data and statistics, and short for ‘information graphics’. It can be a very effective way of communicating information through a combination of numbers, words and eye-catching images. This particularly appealing one on the subject of ‘most-loved children’s books’ was created by the lovely people at the University of Southern California to show their support for ‘March into Literacy ‘Month in the US, a project set up to provide the gift of a book for some of the most deprived children in the country (read more).
Most Loved Children's Books - MAT@USC
Via MAT@USC: Become a Teacher

You can search for infographics on over 2,000 subjects or create your own at the excellent Visual.ly website.

For all you need to know about Infographics, including tips on how to be creative, visit this website.

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