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Vicki Davis

Lies, damn lies, and visualizations - Strata - 5 views

    As you study data visualizations, make sure you look at past examples of how it made a difference (the Chicago crime visualization, for example). Students should be able to read and create visualizations to make arguments, share data, tell stories, and more. It is an important part of journalism and also something that is useful to include in school newspapers and annuals.
Steve Ransom

Tracking America: Poverty and Policy - 1 views

    Nice set of manipulatable visualizations to explore basic data and trends and relationships dealing with poverty, gender, and level of educational attainment.
Fred Delventhal

You Are Your Words - AHD - 5 views

    The American Heritage® Dictionary invites you to create a self-portrait using your words. The words that tell the world who you are. That make you, you. It's easy to do, whether you decide to link to places like Facebook for words you've already written or write something new specifically for your portrait. Either way, you'll create a unique image that can be shared and saved and will remind everyone that You Are Your Words.
Vicki Davis | create and share visual ideas online - 3 views

    creating infographics online
    Another infographic maker that I've tested is I could not use this at all in Chrome but in Firefox it was a nice graphic maker. This is more for narrative story type graphics than, in my opinion. There are several basic themes to choose from and you edit and add your own graphics. Another tool you could use with students although if you want graphics that have a lot of data you should go with I found to be very simple to use with a quick sign up process, although it was totally unresponsive in Chrome, so make sure they are using IE or Firefox if you pick this tool. I recommend this tool for writing teachers, bloggers, and as a nice way to graphically organize stories, etc. Cost: free
Erin Fitzpatrick

Daily Infographic | A New Infographic Every Day | Data Visualization, Information Desig... - 9 views

    Every day we feature the best information design and data visualization from the internet. If you share our love for data-filled illustrations, you've come to the right place. We spend countless hours searching the web for the most interesting, visually stimulating, mind blowing infographics. We curate our findings and choose one infographic to publish every week-day. Get free infographics delivered to your inbox, once a day!
 Lisa Durff

Free Technology for Teachers: Seven Tools for Creating Data Visualizations - 1 views

    Definitely something to come back to. We have been crunching a lot of numbers and data lately around the office. This will give us some options for how to display them
Roland O'Daniel

Many Eyes - 17 views

    Many Eyes is a data visualization platform designed by IBM and provided for free. Since it's IBM it should remain fairly stable and free for a long while. 
Suzie Nestico | Infographics & Visualizations. Create, Share, Explore - 17 views

    Cool infographic database to search. Can use some as conversation starters in the class. Also has a tool to create your own. Can use with students to create inforgraphics.
Suzie Nestico

The Conversation Prism by Brian Solis and JESS3 - 6 views

    Interesting infographics and behaviorgraphics about social networks and social media in general.
Dean Mantz

Twitter StreamGraphs - 3 views

    Very cool visualization tool for compiling Twitter topics.
Dean Mantz

WeatherSpark | Interactive Weather Charts - 14 views

    A totally awesome interactive weather site.  Really like the ability to look at current times and dates.
Clif Mims

Creaza Education - 16 views

    Create, edit, and share digital stories. Works with most digital devices.
Ted Sakshaug

Diagramly - Draw Diagrams Online - 1 views

    drag and drop diagrams. Easy to use
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