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Introduction to Infographics

This libguide provides an introduction to infographics. It provides general information on finding data, basic design principles, and tools for building infographics.

Science Librarian

Librarian Tip

Did you know that Santa Clara University Library has a group of subject specialist who could help you out with your infographic needs? Look for your subject specialist here!

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What are infographics?

An infographic is "a visual representation of information in the form of a chart, graph, or other image accompanied by minimal text, intended to give and easily understood overview, often of a complex subject." Creating an infographic can be fun, but it can be overwhelming. Use this guide to help you get started on creating an infographic.

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Created by: Kelly Knight (Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library), Alicia Pinkney (Burns Law Library) & Tom Harrod (Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library) 

Project Consultant: Nancy L Falk, PhD, MBA, RN (School of Nursing)