A Sampling of Infographics I've Created
Moodle 3.1 Activities & Resources
As Director of Online Instruction at B.H. Carroll Theological Institute, I created this infographic to explain the activities & resources (the building blocks of courses) in the Moodle learning management system (LMS). At the time, Carroll used Moodle 3.1 to deliver online courses.
Much like restaurants using pepper icons to indicate the spice level of their food or restaurant reviews that employ dollar signs ($) to indicate the price range, I used light bulb icons to help faculty indentify the complexity of each activity or resource. I cautioned instructors to contact me for more involved resources, like setting up a 'workshop' (a group-grading activity).
I used PowerPoint again to create this infographic.
Online Embedded Librarianship
In 2014, I was hired at King University in a newly-created position, the Online Instruction Librarian. To help explain the emerging paradigm of library instruction called 'embedded librarianship', I created an infographic that detailed the process. I used PowerPoint and edited the dimensions to create a 1 x 5 ratio of length to height (this was considered the best practice for infographic creation around that time).