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Need to check how accurate an Infographic is?
- How do you know which ones to trust?
- Follow these three easy steps to save yourself from getting dupe.
From INFOGRAPHIC of the Day.
Share Your Thoughts
How To Use This Guide
- Browse the categories - Social Issues, Crime/Guns, Pop Culture, etc.
- Each category has sub-pages.
- Check out the infographics that catch your eye -
(only a "slice" of the infographics appear here).
- Click on the infographics to make them larger.
- The Infographics are linked to their source.
- Use links on the Infographics' page for related
- Choose a topic.
- Select some Keywords or phrases from the Infographic
for your first search.
- Narrow your topic to a manageable size.
- Use these search Tools.
- Evaluate your infographic for bias.
- Who sponsors the Infographic?
- Check out the suggested resources in the box below the first page of each tab for search examples.
- Catalogs, article databases, etc.
- Select the ones that are best for your topic.
Academic Search Complete Gateway
Alice, Ohio University's Catalog
Why use infographics?
Infographics Answer the Question "Where do I start?"
- a possible topic & place to begin your research
- a brief overview of the topic
- some ideas, statistics or figures
- an easy way to focus/narrow your topic
- possible keywords & phrases
- infographics can also spark ideas for a related - or different - topic