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Infographics combine data and images to tell a story. This guide will help you find and use infographics for class projects and in everyday life. Be sure to scroll down on each tab to see all of the examples. Click on each image to see a larger version.


The "A CRAB" method works well for evaluating infographics. A good infographic will include the references or sources used. You will want to take a close look at the author/creator and website--they may have used factual data in the infographic, but it could be biased to promote a particular point of view.

Example of Sources Used in an Infographic

Example of Sources Used in an Infographic

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