Who doesn’t love a good infographic? They’ve become my favorite way to ingest statistics (not that I necessarily always believe the numbers). And there seems to be more and more captivating infographics out there all the time in the Education sector.

Here in New England, something surpassingly excellent is often deemed “wicked awesome!” So with apologies to the grammarians out there, here are ten fresh education infographics that in my humble opinion rate “wicked awesome” status. Enjoy!

#1: How is technology impacting education? (From sodahead.com)


#2: Best iOS Apps for Mobile Learning (from OnlineUniversities.com)

#3: Best college and university websites (from bestedsites.com)

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#4: What does it take to create effective e-learning? (From leanforward.com)


#5: The 7 best places for online education (from OnlineUniversities.com)


#6: Graduating with Technology (from LearnStuff.com)

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#7: The rising cost of higher education


#8: Percentage of students who said virtual education had a positive impact (from Project Tomorrow in edweek.org)


#9: Mobile Learning Report Card (from TMobile)


#10: Six Emerging Technologies in Education (from Saint Xavier University)


#11: The 10 most popular college majors for men and women (from bachelorsdegreeonline.com)

Great sources of education infographics out there in the blogosphere:

  • http://edudemic.com/2012/08/best-infographics/
  • http://issuu.com/medkh9/docs/21awesomeeducationalinfographics
  • http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2011/12/infographic-the-best-education-websites-by-the-numbers/
  • http://edtechtimes.com/2012/10/29/the-7-best-places-for-online-education-infographic/
  • http://pinterest.com/twahlert/educational-infographics/
  • http://www.coolinfographics.com/blog/tag/education

Featured image courtesy of jrsnchzhrs.

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