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  • BRAND: Freedom Of Expression In The View Of Community Law
    Professor Ion Țuțuianu from Vasile Alecsandri University, Faculty of Economic Sciences, writes an intriguing article in BRAND journal, about the freedom of expression from a legal point of view. Regardless of the fact that freedom …
  • BRAIN: Efficient Filtering of Noisy Fingerprint ImagesBRAIN: Efficient Filtering of Noisy Fingerprint Images
    Fingerprint identification is an imperative field in the wide space of biometrics with numerous applications, in various zones such as: judicial, cell telephones, access systems, airports. There are many elaborated algorithms for fingerprint identification, but none …
  • BRAND: Dynamics of the number of participants in the private pension
    Tudor Colomeischi and Eugenia Iancu have done a stimulating research on the Dynamics of the number of participants in the second pillar of mandatory private pension of Romania during May 2008 – November 2014. The …
  • LiBRI: Questioning Communication Models and ConstructsLiBRI: Questioning Communication Models and Constructs
    LiBRI is an international journal for specialists in linguistics, literature, cultural studies, and related fields. Paul Rastall is contributing with a research in the latest volume of the LiBRI journal: Questioning Communication Models and Constructs …
  • BRAND: Pricing in Multi-Heston Framework
    BRAND journal provides a very interesting article written by Tiberiu Socaciu from Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Faculty of Economics. This article displays a definitive in determining an estimating system’s multi-Heston. Fundamentally, he utilizes the …
  • LiBRI: The Evolution of Na in Bantu LanguagesLiBRI: The Evolution of Na in Bantu Languages
    H.M. Batibo and Marie-Françoise Rombi have reflected upon the evolution of Na in Bantu Languages and have brought their research to light in the latest volume of LiBRI journal. The link word na in Bantu …
  • LiBRI: Death Obsession in Anton Holban’s Novels
    Death is a topic of interest for most of us and it is safe to affirm that it generates, depending on temperament and cultural level, completly different views. The theme of death is fundamental in …
  • BRAIN: Business Process Management – An Interesting ApproachBRAIN: Business Process Management – An Interesting Approach
    In the latest volume of the BRAIN journal, Roberto Paiano, Adriana Caione, Anna Lisa Guido, Angelo Martella and Andrea Pandurino have come up with an interesting research on the Business Process Development, a traditional approach vs. …
  • BRAND: Effect of Professionalism, Competence, Knowledge of Financial ManagementBRAND: Effect of Professionalism, Competence, Knowledge of Financial Management
    In the latest volume of the BRAND, Darwanis Darwanis, Mulia Saputra and Kartini Kartini prove to what extent the condition of financial reporting area is influenced by the professionalism, competence, knowledge of financial management and …
  • BRAIN: The Differences between Emergentism and Skill Acquisition TheoryBRAIN: The Differences between Emergentism and Skill Acquisition Theory
    When speaking about emergentism we mainly refer to the interaction between organism and environment and that denies the existence of pre-determined, domain specific faculties or capacities. In language acquisition, emergentists state that simple learning mechanisms …
  • BRAND: Research on Corruption – A Major Global ProblemBRAND: Research on Corruption – A Major Global Problem
    In the latest volume of the BRAND journal, Elena Cristina Pană and Ileana Nișulescu from Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, Romania give some additional understanding about corruption, from a worldwide perspective. Corruption in the public sector …
  • The Teacher’s Attitude and the Learning ProcessThe Teacher’s Attitude and the Learning Process
    It is known that in order to be a teacher, you are required a lot of mental training in this field. Whoever attempts to become part of the education system should take pedagogical courses, and …

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BRAIN: The Impact of Infographics in Education

Information graphics (also called infographics) are graphic visual representations of information that aim to present information quickly and clearly. Their main purpose is improving cognition by utilizing graphics to enhance the human visual system’s ability to see patterns and trends. The paper “The Impact of Infographics in Education”, written by Mobina Beheshti and Huseyin Bicen, investigates what are students’ thoughts on using infographics in the education system and whether they deliver satisfactory results in academic communication.

In academic communication infographics can be used to illustrate complex information in a compact form. It is a feature that enables teachers to prepare various learning activities that increase the collaboration, engagement and conceptual understanding of the learners.

Example of an infographic design
Example of an infographic design

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