Creating Electronic Graphic Organizers
Graphic organizers--an important tool in both school and business for visual learning and information processing--are no longer confined to posters, flip pads, or the pages of reports. Graphic organizers have gone digital. Now diagrams, charts, and other "mind maps" can be generated, posted, viewed, interpreted, and presented on computer. This means that they can be used on one's web site, inserted into a multimedia presentation, and revised or updated with new information on a daily basis. This book is an essential guide for students in how to design, create, and use digital graphic organizers, from the most basic (timelines, pie charts, step-by-step charts) to the more complex and sophisticated (Venn diagrams, flow charts, KWHL charts). This book gives readers an edge in mastering and using these invaluable tools effectively.
* Reviews *Series Review: Digital and Information Literacy
"The books are well laid out with a clean design template, sidebars and relevant illustrations. The information on advanced searching, how search engines work, and types of websites will be new to many students...a great resource when introducing research projects, or to have available in the tech lab. RECOMMENDED."
--Library Media Connection