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Citation Style Guide
The link below includes information on citing using the IEEE style. For additional information on other citation styles, I've included a link to the ZSR research guide on citations styles below.
Choosing a Tool/Software
First, consider how your team will work on the overall project.
Is only one person working on the infographic and the rest of the team providing feedback?
Are all of you working on the infographic together?
Canva for Students
Canva will allow for all of you to work on the infographic together and has various training to reduce your learning curve and templates to reduce the production time.
Creately is another tool that will allow collaboration as a team where everyone is working on the same infographic. You can do so with the free account.
Picktochart also has templates to reduce your production time. Collaborating as a team requires a paid subscription.
Visme includes infographic templates and provides training for using the tool. You cannot work on the infographic together. However, Visme provides the ability to share and annotate the infographic.
Adobe Create Cloud offers different tools to create an infographic. You can download Creative Cloud for free as a student from the IS website. Adobe InDesign or Illustrator are two options.
Download Adobe Creative Cloud from
https://is.wfu.edu/services/adobe-creative-cloud/. After you download Adobe Create Cloud, you can download InDesign or Illustrator from within Creative Cloud.
The websites below list other tools that can be used to create an infographic: