1 Hacettepe University Faculty of Education Computer Education and Instructional Technology A New Approach to Equip Students with Visual Literacy Skills: Use of Infographics in Education Pınar Nuhoğlu Kibar Prof. Dr. Buket Akkoyunlu European Conference on Information Literacy ECIL2014 Dubrovnik/Croatia October 2014
2 Aim of the Study how to use infographics as a learning tool was discussed in order to equip students with visual literacy skills. What is & Why Infographics
3 Infographic or Information graphic is the visual display of any data or information aiming to present the information in a quick and clear way.
4 Infographic is visualization of data or ideas that tries to convey complex information to an audience in a manner that can be quickly consumed and easily understood.
5 Infographics, which may be complicated due to displaying the visual analysis of the global economy or be as simple as a traffic sign, are currently used for information and communication purposes .
6 Visual literacy is defined as A group of acquired competencies for interpreting and composing visible messages .
7 A visually literate person is able to: discriminate, and make sense of visible objects as part of a visual acuity, create static and dynamic visible objects effectively in a defined space, comprehend and appreciate the visual testaments of others, and conjure objects in the mind s eye .
8 Importance of the study The increase of visual messages surrounding individuals bring about visual information processing needs and cause the movement for developing visual literacy and spatial skills .
9 Visual literacy allows a deeper interaction with messages of all kinds and introduces the process of analytical thinking about representation and meaning. Educators realized this idea that visual age requires visual literacy skills as well as verbal skills that both of them must be developed .
10 Importance of the study In order to use especially visually intensive information and communication technology applications effectively, teachers and students should be able to communicate visually . To prepare students to be successful learners, confident and creative individuals, active and informed citizens, they must be able to comprehend, interpret and extrapolate from information presented in a wide variety of formats.
11 to improve image literacy skills As technology advances, teachers and teacher candidates should gain in teaching visual literacy skills. Two ways to improve image literacy skills are recommended: 1) to help learners read or decode visuals through practicing analysis techniques 2) to help learners write or encode visuals as a tool for communication .
12 Importance of the study Therefore teaching visual literacy helps students interpret visual media and becoming a much broader and extensive body of learning and comprehension in education. Visual presentations became more complicated with the utilization of technology and it is important to discuss how to interpret and design infographics in relation with visual literacy in education .
13 Instructional Technology & One of the most important issues of the information age that should be subjected by instructional technology is structuring high-quality knowledge, producing and designing information. Could infographics be used in the learning process for learners to construct and design information as well as structuring knowledge? Could infographics be a way of ensuring qualified information when they are used in learning environments?
14 Method This study is a case study & aims to analyze utilization of infographics within the learning process as research and learning tools with a focus on their usage in structuring knowledge, designing and constructing information through the instructional design example.
15 Study Group The research was conducted with 64 (32 female and 32 male) 2 nd grade students, enrolled in Computer Education and Instructional Technology Department during the spring semester of academic year. In the previous semesters, students had attended the Material Design and Utilization in Education and Principles and Methods of Teaching courses, which are relevant to the instructional design course content.
16 Implementation Process of the Study Instructional Design Course Description Identifying problems through analyzing the existing education and teaching environment with respect to the instructional design principles Finding solutions to the identified problems Designing new models using the instructional design theories Designing instructional materials for online learning environments The theoretical part The basics and history of instructional design and technology identification and analysis of the needs, characteristics of learners in learning environments, teaching strategies and conceptual teaching, concept maps, worksheets, instructional design models & infographics as learning tools. The practice part Learners attained practical skills about instructional design. Students were expected to select one of the instructional design models and design an infographic to be used as an instructional design tool as term project.
18 Implementation on Infographic
19 Implementation on Infographic Two cycles aimed to acknowledge students about the position of the instructional designer in the team. indicated the purpose of their positions as instructional designers and provided the framework of their responsibilities.
20 Implementation on Infographic The cyclical display centering the field expert or the resource continued within an external and internal intercyclical pattern with the inclusion of the instructional designer, visual designer and the linguist respectively.
21 Implementation on Infographic The first cycle ends with questions which remained within the field expertize of the instructional designer, started with the questions.. In answering the question on the type of the instructional design, students were provided with the keywords symbolized with question marks.
22 Implementation on Infographic Cycle started with the reading and analysis of the content provided by the field expert.
23 Implementation on Infographic After the content is created, it was suggested to divide the script into meaningful sections and determine the key words or key concepts in the script.
24 Implementation on Infographic Questioning the systematics of the script and organizing the systematics between the meaningful sections, determining the relationships, completing the missing points in the content as determined in the research or removing the unnecessary sections indicated the progress in creating the script. After the modifications in the meaning dimension such as finding a title or emphasizing the essential points in a script etc., the visual organizations came as the next phase.
25 Implementation on Infographic Script and Wording Students were expected to analyze the script in line with the given sample content and follow the steps explained above using the given figure. Scripts into Meaningful Sections & Figures Students were expected to divide the scripts into meaningful sections and place them on a blank screen with a white background using the intended software (PowerPoint, Flash etc.). while supporting with the visuals. Creating Concept Maps With the aim of assisting students in their infographic design and script analysis, conceptual teaching and concept maps were emphasized and students were expected to create concept maps using the given script. Searching for Infographics During this week, when the figure and script exercise was performed, students were requested to search education on Pinterest and evaluate the infographics they found so that they could see as many examples as possible.
26 Data Collection Tool The rubric that was developed by the researchers was used in the study and the infographics designed by the students were evaluated through this rubric. The rubric was composed of the title, elements, visualization, font, colors, page format and organization of information dimensions. According to the measures, the infographics were scored for each dimension as 0, 1, 2 and 3.
27 Title Elements Visualization Font The title is in line with the content and informative. Elements include repetitions for the transfer of the content and for the learner to understand easier. Visualization pattern reflects the content and ensures that the content is comprehended easily and rapidly. The font completes the content and readable. Colors Selection of colors increased visibility; different tones of the same color have been used wisely. Page Layout The page layout involves the components that reflect the content and it is organized from the general to the specific or from the specific to the general. Organization of Information One of the methods for organization of information is used in such a way to reflect the content.
28 Findings Page Layout Visualization Font Colors Infographic Design Scores Title Elements Organization of Information Percentage of Measures Dimension Points Title Elements Organization of information Page Layout Visualization Font Colors
29 Findings Infographic Design Scores Percentage of Measures Elements Visualization Dimension Points Title Elements Organization of information Page Layout Visualization Font Colors
30 Findings In terms of dimensions and measures, the scores indicated that the highest percentages belonged to: Page layout (1) The page layout is not organized in such a way to address the content-related components. Visualization (1) More varied visualization patterns should be used for the visualization of the content. Fonts (1) The font complicates the reading of the script. Colors (1) Selection of colors is not visually satisfying and it decreased the level of visibility. Title (2) The title could be more comprehensive in order to present the essential points in the content. Elements (2) Elements are used in varied patterns reflecting the content. Organization of information (3) One of the methods for organization of information is used.
31 Infographic design examples
32 Conclusion, Discussion and Recommendations 1. More exercises on visual design According to students design scores, the accumulation is observed to have occurred in the low degrees and this indicates that sub applications should be made with respect to the dimensions. Colors Page Layout Visualization Fonts Visual Design!
33 Conclusion, Discussion and Recommendations 2. Analyzing more infographic examples by using rubric In addition to the search and analysis made on Pinterest, students could be expected to analyze more infographic examples to be able to perform better in visualization phase. These infographic samples could be evaluated in groups using rubrics.
34 Conclusion, Discussion and Recommendations 2. Working with small groups & getting peer feedback. In order to assess the quality of an infographic, which is in the form of a summary, it is important to determine how much it acknowledges, impresses and attracts the attention of the reader . In order students to produce better design solutions, they could be recommended to work periodically on their drafts in small groups starting from the moment they work individually on their themes. In this respect, the feedback that peers of the students may provide about their design solutions could assist them in producing better solutions.
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