Infographics Links

Infographics in Language Arts

Infographic about Digital Storage

Design an Infographic for Haiti:

Graphical World Progress Report

State of the Internet

Cool Infographics

The Caffeine Poster, How Much Caffeine Are You Drinking? [new infographic]

Four Infographic Morsels 3

Data Visualization and Infographics Resources

50 Great Examples of Inforgraphics

Great Visualisers - Information is Beautiful

A good source of infographics

Data Visualization and Infographics

InfoGraphic Designs: Overview, Examples and Best Practices

Infographics Set on Flickr

The Best Interactive Infographics — 2009

27+ Beautiful Examples of Infographics

Infographics refers to visual representations of information, data or knowledge. These graphics are used where complex information needs to be explained quickly and clearly, such as in signs, maps, journalism, technical writing, and education. They are also used extensively as tools by computer scientists, mathematicians, and statisticians to ease the process of developing and communicating conceptual information.
Infographics allows you to see the and understand the concept in a more interesting and useful manner, Here I’ve listed 27+ beautiful infographic design, that will help and inspire you to design a complex data in to a simple attractive design.

New Media Literacies

Year 9 Introduction to Media Studies

Free Media Literacy Curriculum Kits & Lessons

Project Look Sharp is a Media Literacy initiative of Ithaca College to provide materials, training and support for the effective integration of media literacy with critical thinking into classroom curricula at all education levels.
Develop critical thinking skills while teaching core content with these multimedia media literacy curriculum kits. To order hardcopy print versions and DVD's, access the Ithaca College Bookstore by **clicking here**, and select "General Books" from the left menu. Otherwise, download for free below.

Media Education Database

Lesson plans from Brigham Young University

Media Literacy

from PBS Teachers

Media Literacy Links

Perhaps the best way to teach media literacy is by having students create their own media. In the same way that we teach reading comprehension through writing we can teach media analysis through media creation.

Understanding Media

At Understand Media, we believe that media literacy is a vital skill for citizens of the 21st century. We proudly provide free resources to help parents and teachers help kids learn the importance of this valuable skill. We offer free articles, lesson plans, podcasts, a blog, videos, and much more to help you on your way.

Media Literacy

A Ning with discussions about media literacy and media education and how to teach it. Managed by

Understand Media Blog

Media Education Lab

Media Literacy

A blog post from Thinking 2.0


From NBC - Image as Text. Videos, documenst and images avaiable on animation, carttons & comics, photographs and writing topics available.