Infographics are images used to showcase information such as data and charts in a visually elegant way. They help us save time from having to read thick blocks of text, while still consuming valuable information. Browse our directory of infographics on various topics to learn new information and supplement your research.
10 Dissertation Best Practices View infographic
Dissertations are one of the most difficult and demanding documents that a student has to write in the course of a master level degree. This infographic highlights tips for everything from choosing the right topic to overcoming writer's block.
Myths About Student Financial Aid View Infographic
There is a lot of confusion online about student financial aid when it comes to federal funding. This infographic evaluated the credibility of a video posted on YouTube by Federal Student Aid regarding financial aid myths. We fact checked the data.
The Writing Crisis - Key Data Points Read original blog post
Younger people are struggling with writing skills more than ever before. This infographic highlights the issues of writing aversion, lower SAT scores and employer complaints.
What Makes a Credible Website? View infographic
When evaluating online sources, finding out whether to use a given website can be a tough call. This infographic helps you make that decision by describing what to look for.
Google Docs vs. Microsoft Word - Features Comparison View infographic
Wondering whether to commit to MS Word or Google Docs when doing your writing or researching? This infographic compares the features side by side and provides insight into which is a better option.
The Decline of Reading - Teen Data Read original blog post
Reading is in decline and the data proves it. Younger people are reading less than ever, and it even varies by race. This infographic shows writing proficiency and reading data over the years.
Student Loan Forgiveness - Myths vs. Facts View Infographic
There is too much misinformation about student loan forgiveness. This infographic evaluates different types of loan forgiveness programs and determines how much cost they actually cover.
U.S. Security Spending Since 9/11 Read original blog post
Learn about how much the U.S. has spent on security related spending since the World Trade Center attacks on 9/11.
Is the Zika virus a threat to the United States? View infographic
Explore data sets from the Center for Disease Control and World Health Organization to see how Zika is not a serious threat to the U.S. mainland (debunking five common myths).
Mass Shootings and Gun Laws - 2015 Compilation View infographic
See a list of all mass shootings in 2015. Each incident includes names, dates, summaries, pictures, state gun laws, victims and even more information.
Statistics on Cyber Bullying View infographic
Teenagers are trading in the playground for facebook when it comes to online bullying. See the core statistics related to cyber bullying to discover how big of a problem it really is.