Promising Practices Webinar: Infographics
“We have some great data. How can we share it with others?”
Information graphics, or infographics, are visual representations of information, data, or knowledge intended to present complex information quickly and clearly. While you may typically promote or explain your program by using reports, report cards, flyers, or websites, infographics are compelling and attractive ways to tell a story about your agency, program, teachers, learners, and other facets of your work. Because of their increasing popularity and appeal, infographics may also drive more traffic to your website, invite more people to learn about your program, and increase awareness of your program and what you offer.
Infographics were the focus of the 2013 NRS targeted training, which helped states think about why and how infographics can be useful and make use of their NRS and other data. In this webinar, state and local program staff from Kansas, Kentucky, and Utah will share how they have used infographics to effectively communicate information. Join us to learn how these infographics were created, how they have been used, and what the effect has been so far. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions and hear tips on some first steps to take before you design and develop infographics of your own.
When: September 23, at 2:00 p.m. EDT
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