As a former high school English teacher, I have been subject to many regurgitated presentations; presentations that are so text and information-heavy that students get lost in their words. That's where infographics come in - they should be short and sweet. They should challenge students to get to the point. That's not only a hard thing for students, but a challenging one for professionals.
The tools below are excellent platforms for the creation of infographics. However, without instruction of the point of infographics, they too can miss their meaning and become text and information-heavy.
So, do it - challenge your peers, your students, and yourself to get to the point and share infographics.
Canva: Common Typography Mistakes
For more fun tools & integration/innovation tips, check out Fennovation.org!