In our Google+ Community, share an infographic that relates to something you are personally interested in, and list a few interesting things you learned by investigating the information it relates.
Blog Post #6
DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP INFOGRAPHIC
In your blog, share an infographic that relates to digital citizenship. Digital citizenship encompasses the following categories:
Privacy and Security
Plagiarism and Copyright
Digital Footprint and Reputation
Self-Image and Identity
Online Relationships and Communication
Cyberbullying and Digital Drama
After finding an infographic that breaks down one of the elements of digital citizenship, write a blog post that discusses the information provided by the infographic and why this infographic either is or is not an effective means of presenting the information and data it provides to both adults and students.
Project 6: Case Study Infographic
One of the elements required for your Case Study is an INFOGRAPHIC. You will be creating this infographic on your own! Exciting, right? It is honestly much easier than it seems thanks to a couple online apps. Students in the past have used infographics in a few different ways to enhance their case studies:
Presenting a Timeline
The two applications that make it easiest to create infographics are easel.ly and Piktochart. Below are quality tutorials for both:
When you complete your infographic, create a new PAGE on your site, name it Infographic, and embed your graphic on the page.