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Intro to Infographics with Canva

Intro to Infographics with Canva Online

Note: This workshop is online only.

Are you a UVic student, staff, or faculty member and want to learn more about creating infographics? If so, then this hands-on workshop will give you an introduction. Once you’ve completed this session you will be able to do or be aware of the following:

  • Know why and where infographics can be useful communication tools.
  • Determine which facts in a research paper or article are essential and which can be excluded in order to tell a compelling yet concise story.
  • Summarize and translate quantitative data into tables, charts, or graphical representations.
  • Summarize and translate quantitative information expressed in words into tables, charts, or graphical representations.
  • Where appropriate, integrate and summarize visual information from photographs, videos, or maps into a graphical representation.
  • Determine the best order and flow of information to create a visual narrative integrating the key tables, charts, and graphics.
  • Be able to use infographic software and associated templates to organize and present tables, charts, and graphical representations in a narrative that is aesthetically pleasing and compelling.
  • Be aware of the different mediums available to publish and share infographics: Poster, hand-out, website, and social media.

This workshop is eligible for The Canadian Certificate in Digital Humanities (cc:DH/HN). If you would like this workshop to count towards the certificate, or you would like more information about it, please contact huculak@uvic.ca

Date:
Tuesday, July 23, 2024
Time:
10:30am - 12:00pm
Time Zone:
Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)
Online:
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
Audience:
  Faculty     Graduate students     Undergraduate students     UVic staff  
Categories:
  DSC  

Registration is required. There are 13 seats available.

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Digital Scholarship Commons