We didn’t call these infographics when I first started using them. The assignment was simple: make some summary representation of what you learned and we covered in the course. At first it was “make a cheat sheet” but then we blew open the genre space and had posters, board games, brochures, diagrams, and on and on.
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I'm currently an Academic Program Director at MinervaProject.com. I've been a professor at University of Toronto, University of Southern California, and Mills College teaching things like human centered design, computational thinking, modeling for policy sciences, and social theory. I'm driven by the desire to figure out how to teach twice as many twice as well twice as easily.
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