|Posted on September 1, 2013 at 8:40 AM|
In this visual age, “infographics,” which combine graphics and text to convey key points of complex information, can be a great way to share assessment results and other evidence. If you’re not familiar with the term, visit http://dailyinfographics.com or http://visual.ly and click on the Education link for hundreds of examples (some good, some not so good).
Infographics work only if you have key points to convey, though. For much assessment evidence, your key points will be answers to, “Are we achieving our goals? Are our students achieving our learning outcomes? How do we know?”
Graphics, IT, and marketing students can be a great resource for creating Infographics. They’ll look at your results with a fresh eye and bring a fresh perspective.
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