What They Are
Brief, usually 30 second to 3 minutes, videos with voice and or music. Crisp, simple, inexpensive, and hopefully, for our purposes, as free of propaganda and bias as is possible.
Also Known As:
Examples of this dynamic Form (These are not necessarily unabiased content):
To Make Info Doodles
Hire it done:
Do it yourself:
One card, one idea, suitable for folks to photograph and post on facebook. Postcards are a size and thickness that are durable and "hand friendly."
Informally, I'd describe Prezi as a new improved PowerPoint
Here are a few examples of the medium, just to give you a feel for how it looks:
Examples of Simulators that communicate information well
Easier Letters to the Editor
Another idea borrowed from education, "Scaffolding." In the field of education, the term scaffolding refers to a process in which teachers model or demonstrate how to solve a problem, and then step back, offering support as needed. Psychologist and instructional designer Jerome Bruner first used the term 'scaffolding' in this context back in the 1960s. Source
Check this out. This site helps find places to publish your letter to the editor
Letters to the editor are a great idea. I don't have much time. Many people are shy about their grammar etc. I wonder if you might consider setting up a system to assist people in writing letters to the editor. Via a web site you might:
This example is a bit long for voters, but it uses a political speech!
Fallacies for the Campaign Season
The PIAAC Outreach Toolkit