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NSG 390 & 391 - Chronic Illness: How to Present It?


As you use images to help display a message or concept in a report or presentations, infographics are stand-alone visual representations of large amounts of data. 

To find some, go to

To make your own infographics based on a .CSV file, go to

Use of these can help explain complex systems or decision-making processes in a visual way.

How to Legally & Ethically Use Media

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When creating presentations and posters, you should use images that expressly allow you to reuse the work; typically, these are described as images with a Creative Commons license.  As students, remember to use the Citations button or Check Cite to help you cite the images properly in your work.

Image Resources

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