We have included a number of infographics and posters ideal for presentations and/or standalone handouts, posters, and social media posts. These were culled from a wide range of offerings, many of which provide the same information, and aim to offer context for the changing media landscape and how one can critically assess their media. The IFLA graphic in particular has proved popular and useful for patrons in our tests – informative and clearcut. Meanwhile some are used in the presentation slide deck with important context notes, for example the graphic “How We Got the News for Most of the Last Century,” which we caution about taking at face value due to the representation of “the facts” as unquestionable. Some graphics we have also adapted for further use, such as “How to Fact Check Like a Pro,” which we intended as coasters in the “Daily Demitasse” and “Newsing and Boozing” formats to be used for outreach to local coffee shops or bars, but could be modified if a poster is preferred. Much of this content can be shared via Canva by contacting PLP.
Infographics and Posters
Types of Tools and Suggested Uses