On my trip home to Arizona from Paris yesterday, I read the Special College Report article in the current issue of Time Magazine (October 7, 2013). It is titled Class of 2025 How They’ll Learn and What They’ll Pay. I am always interested in they ways different groups (i.e., Government, educators, parents, etc.) perceive what […]

Alberto Cairo has announced that he will be teaching his third ‘Introduction to Infographics and Visualization’ Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), offered through the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, will begin October 6. It’ll be shorter than the two previous courses —four weeks, instead of six. Registration is free and space is limited to […]

Here is the fourth MOOC Infographic class final project from one of my classmates that I wanted to share with you. It was created by Soazig Clifton. Soazig wanted me to point out that it is a ‘work in progress’ rather than a polished piece. Here is Soazig’s explanation of her project. Here is my attempt […]

Here is the third MOOC Infographic class final project from one of my classmates that I wanted to share with you. It was created by Gerd Winter. Here is Gerd’s explanation of his project. I’ve tried to make some sense of data from the World Economic Forum, which I found seem to indicated that it […]

Here is the second MOOC Infographic class final project from one of my classmates that I wanted to share with you. It was a team project created by Jim Uden and Chad Luttrell. Here is my final project.  We spent a lot of time with this and it still needs to be cleaned up a little […]

This week, I am going to be showcasing some of my MOOC Infographics course classmate’s Final Project. We were allowed to focus on any topic we wanted as long as we created an infographic. Today I am focusing on Diana Troncoso’s infographic, Beyond Stealing Bread (Violence in Mexico). I will let Diana explain her project […]

I have now completed my MOOC course, Introduction to Infographics and Data Visualization, taught by Alberto Cairo. I wanted to write a review so future students of this class know what to expect. I tried to break down my review by topic. Signing up I first found out about the course by visiting Mr. Cairo’s Website, http://thefunctionalart.com, […]

I am currently finishing my MOOC course, Introduction to Infographics and Data Visualization, taught by the Father of Infographics, Alberto Cairo. One of my classmates posted the link to this infographic YouTube video on the Wealth Inequality in America. Since it was posted in November (November 20th, 2012), I am unsure if they did it […]