The infographic was broken down into four areas to be assessed:
(a) Content Focus:The core content/idea is easy to understand and clearly influenced by learning in CEP813
(b) Value to Audience:The audience is clear & content is of value to the intended audience.
(c) Organization: The organizational structure of the information supports understanding.
(d) Design Aesthetics:The design aesthetic is appealing and supportive of the core ideas.
These areas directed me on how to present the information in the infographic. We had to present an issue that was important to electronic assessment. Using Google Drive allows teachers to store everything in a cloud, making collecting assignments and delivering feedback easy for both them and the students. The information had to be meaningful to the readers and contain content that was relevant to what they wanted to learn. Lastly, it had to be organized in an appealing way that the information that was being presented had a good flow and was easy to read.
I've always seen sports teams use infographics to display recaps of recent games but did not know how they were created. They are great for visual learners who might have trouble picking up key points in a black and white textbook. Using this module to explore on my own and to create a graphic, I now feel comfortable using Piktochart in my repertoire for digital tools. I know that I will be using these charts in the future.