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Pros: Flexible templates and an easy-to-use interface let users make truly customized infographics.
Cons: Created for both business and education, but the education section needs more help features and suggestions.
Bottom Line: Surprisingly simple way for students to think critically and communicate ideas in an appealing, visual format, but could be a bit more edu-friendly with extra educator/student supports.
Teachers can use this as a tool to display information: Try passing an infographic out to parents at a back-to-school night and impress them all! Schools can also use this site to create flyers or promotional images for clubs, sports teams, and events. In the classroom, have students use Venngage to display or present information they've learned. Help students focus on principles of good design: They should use concise language, graphics, icons, and charts to tell their story.
Venngage is highly engaging and fun, and its easy-to-use design features let students create sleek, detailed infographics. It’s a great way to get students to organize their thinking visually and impactfully, collate learning, and systematically communicate ideas. That being said, just having kids create a lot of infographics could get as stale as any other activity, so teachers should design assignments thoughtfully. This tool is geared toward the education world and toward business customers, so take some time to get a sense of which features suit the classroom and which are better left in the boardroom. The developers promise that more guidance for educator use is coming; keep an eye on the website for details in the months ahead.