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Easel.ly Make your own Infographics

posted Aug 16, 2015, 5:58 AM by Shawn Beard   [ updated Aug 16, 2015, 6:00 AM ]
One of the great features of using a Google Account is that it is like having a Single Sign On for a wealth of services.  Not only can you use your account to access, Google Drive, YouTube, Blogger, and the Chrome Web Store, but there are also many Third Party Apps and Sites that will allow you to create an account using your Google Account.

One of those is Easel.ly.  This site is all about creating visuals in the form of Infographics.  If you're not familiar with Infographics, check these out here - http://www.dailyinfographic.com/.  With Easel.ly, free users have the ability to create visuals using free artwork and templates provided by the site.  If you'd like to up your game, you can also get access to a larger library of tools, buttons, and graphics for a yearly fee of $36.

Tips for using Infographics in the Classroom:
  • Best Practices
  • Classroom Rules
  • Procedures
  • Genre poster for literature
  • Memes
  • Author profiles
  • Ads for Books
  • Historical figure profiles
  • Math formulas
  • Timelines in History
  • Scientific procedures
  • Lab Safety Chart
  • Lab Tool and Supply Chart
  • ...and the list goes on!

Login to the site and give it a try.  
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