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“Easel.ly” Is Clearly The Easiest Tool For Creating Infographics

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Thanks to Nik Peachey, today I learned about Easel.ly today, which is hands-down the easiest tool I’ve seen on the Web to create infographics. You just “drag-and-drop” a variety of themes, type in your data, and you’ve got a great infographic.

I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Creating Infographics.

Here’s a video from the site explaining how it works:

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. Hey Larry! Great information about “infographics.” I am an educational consultant (20 years) with Thinking Maps, Inc. out of North Carolina. I am new to blogging and decided to pick you as one of my new education bloggers to follow. We are constantly looking at how Thinking Maps impacts student performance on reading, writing and math assessments, so the easel.ly app will help us this summer.

    Morris

  2. Pingback: Students create infographics on easil.ly with ease « Web 2.0 edu

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