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Low sodium infographic: Would this work with your students?

Dear Colleagues:

Ethnomed has a straightforward visual aid comparing low sodium and high sodium food:  See Sodium Visual Aid 

Would it work with your students?  Does it use examples of items that your students would buy?  What are some things that you do to adjust activities on nutrition to meet your students' background and needs?  Do you have some suggestions for this infographic?

Cynthia Zafft

Health Literacy Moderator

News You Can Use: Extreme Heat Infographic

Dear Colleagues:

How are you and your students managing in the heat?  The Center for Disease Control (CDC) provides detailed information on how to prepare for and respond to heat emergencies.  The website includes an interesting extreme heat infographic you might want to use with your students in these next few days and weeks.  

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Educating the Workforce of the Future - An Infographic

I recently came across this infographic. Amongst other things, it captures the highest growth jobs and their earning potential. Do share if you have seen other similar examples of visual representation of data and ideas about how these can be used in classrooms or in an advising setting...   

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Infographic: The Gamification of Education

Hi all,

A few months ago we had a guest discussion on digital badges in adult education.  Digital badges are often included in a broader concept called gamification.  I just came across this interesting infographic on gamification and wanted to share it to see if you all have any thoughts on how you think this fits with adult education.  

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