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Infographic Project

in·fo·graph·ic /ˌinfōˈɡrafik/ noun *
  1. : a chart, diagram, or illustration (as in a book or magazine or on a website) that uses graphic elements to present information in a visually striking way
    "a good infographic is worth a thousand words"

The FDIC Infographic Project is curating information and resources for faculty in the form of visual images to represent information or data. This project is ongoing and we are open to suggestions on topics and content as we build this repository. Please contact us by email with ideas and suggestions.


Ways to Embrace AI Chatbots in the Classroom (updated March 2023)

ChatGPT, Google Bard, and Bing AI have a space in our pedagogy. This infographic presents several ways that these chatbots can be used in our courses and with our students pto enhance their learning. 

How Instructors Can Use ChatGPT (updated March 2023)

ChatGPT has become a powerful tool for teaching and learning. This inforgraphic gives some ideas for instructors on how to use it to develop ideas for courses, help with time management, and more.

Bloom's Taxonomy & Assessment Types (updated February 2023)

Whether you are assessing learning for comprehension, knowledge, application, analysis, synthesis, or evaluation - a well written, measurable set of learning outcomes are necessary. Here is a tool to help you be right on target when writing learning goals for your courses.

Intentional Assessment Design (updated February 2023)

Authentic assessments are a valuable tool in encouraging academic integrity that require learners to demonstrate their capacity and competencies through thoughtful, complex, unique, and creative activities.

Innovative Office Hours (updated December 2022)

Looking for ideas for a change of scenery for your students? Where might you envision holding your time to meet with students? This infographic can provide some ideas! If you find others, please share them with by emailing us!

Early Alert System (updated December 2022)

Do you have students who might need extra academic support? Have you contacted and met with a student, but their performance is still a concern? They might benefit from a referral to the Early Alert System (EAS). Please consult this infographic to determine if an EAS referral is appropriate.


*Merriam-Webster Dictionary Online

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Contact Information

Dr. Michael Gillespie, Director, FDIC


Julie Lockett, Director of Learning Innovation


Kim Ervin
Instructional Designer


Faculty Development and Innovation Center

1105 Booth

Jeff Cranstoun
Instructional Support and Training Specialist


David Smith
Instructional Support and Training Specialist


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