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Tech Talk Tuesdays: Infographics in the Classroom

May 27, 2012

When: Tuesday 29th May, 8-9pm, Melbourne, Australia time (gmt+10)

About this session: Infographics are the ‘flavour of the month’ with two sessions in one week for the Australia Series. In this session, Mark Richardson will lead us through a discussion on infographics. Some of the following will be discussed:

  1. the role of infographics in and its place in learning,
  2. the ability to visualize concepts and
  3. some tools for creating infographics.

About Mark:  Mark Richardson has taught in primary schools for many years. He also has extensive experience planning and delivering professional learning to teachers in ICT / eLearning.

His current interests are

  • Learning Spaces and Places
  • Digital Pedagogies,
  • Online Teaching and Learning
  •  Collaboration
  • Digital Citizenship

Here is the link to listen to the recording.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. annemirtschin permalink*
    May 29, 2012 7:12 pm

    Community Connect which is an Australia Series webinar also featured Infographics with Simon Pankhurst last Thursday. Here is the link to the recording of that session
    https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2012-05-24.0318.M.E58F6EDFFA5FA3EDE727DCFB80FBD8.vcr&sid=2008350
    .
    An infographic creation tool mentioned by the edtech crew is http://infogr.am/

  2. June 3, 2012 9:20 pm

    Hi Anne
    There is more in my blogpost on the topic http://ictedservices.typepad.com/icted_services/2012/05/infographics-in-the-classroom.html
    Kind regards
    Mark

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