Develop a simple infographic to represent this important question: The biology of race: How does race become biology? Use the reading by Dr. Clarence Gravlee, assigned for this week, as background information for your infographic. You can also use other sources of information, as well as images, graphs, diagrams, or other visual elements. Make sure to include a small textbox with the consulted sources of information and/or images in your infographic. You can be creative and come-up with a different and engaging title as well. The sky is the limit! This assignment is worth 60 points.
THIS IS THE LINKG TO THE READING
Extra credit opportunity: students authoring the top 10 infographics will get 10 extra credit points in their final grade, and their work will be featured in the Course Canvas page.
What is an infographic? Infographic is a visual representation of a story, data, or information. A good infographic is worth a thousand words!
Watch this video that gives you tips and instructions on how to develop an infographic:
Citations and references: For citations of articles, books, authored blogs or any other sources, make sure to cite using MLA or APA citation formats. Check out this link for further guidance on MLA or APA citations. Either one is acceptable: MLA Format & APA Format Guidelines | AcademicTips.org
Online Assignment 2 is an Infographic sheet that you will prepare based on our Module 2 content on “The Biology of Race”, based on the required reading by Dr. Lance Gravlee, and additional materials made available for you on our Canvas page. The infographic’s purpose is to express a user-friendly, creative, visually appealing, and informative message about a give topic. In this case, your mission is to explain differences between Biology and Race to the audience, assuming they are not familiar with this topic. You first need to get the facts right through Dr. Gravlee’s reading and other supporting readings and videos from Module 2, which you can also enrich with other materials that you find on the internet. However, you should give preference to use materials from good/ credible sources, and avoid opinion articles, blogs, etc. that can portray wrongful, misleading, or biased information. It is important to use more images and less text, and also to correctly cite all sources used to prepare your infographic.
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