Last week I posted about having students create or analyze infographics as a great project in class.
They have to be able to research data, analyze it, organize it and use tech skills to create the infographic. That can be done using the web and a variety of tools to create it.
But, if you are going to have them analyze existing infographics, you need a place to find them. Cool Infographics is that place. It's site that posts infographics on all types of topics, including health, education, technology, and more. The author comments on some of them also, pointing out good and bad points.
This is a great place to go to find infographics to use with your class as a resource, or to have your students analyze the infographic as an assignment.