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Infographics: A complementary way and fun to teach scientific methodology for designers.

Cabral, Glenda Gomes; Silva, João Paulo Soares da;

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The theme of scientific methodology or displeases still frightens many people, even those who need it most academics. This is because their nature is systematic and almost entirely philosophical. Therefore, teaching subjects arising from scientific methodology in undergraduate, independent travel, has become a challenge for teachers and students. In the first case, how to keep the attention and interest of the students and the school? In the case of students, how and where to use scientific methodology in their research? Taking this challenge as proposed graduate work in design, it was decided to insert creative infographics that not only complement the information but to convey more clearly objective and students. As a research methodology, we have chosen the method of empirical approach, using design course at the Federal University of Pernambuco, Academic Center of the Wasteland - UFPE, CAA to verify the use of infographics in lectures on the topic scientific methodology through infographics. The results show an increase in students'' perceptions and incentives for scientific research, and understanding the link between "theme vs design methodology." Thus, it was satisfactory and with a noticeable advancement in the interest and quality of the work presented by these scholars.

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Palavras-chave: Infográficos, metodologia científica, design da informação, infographics,

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DOI: 10.5151/designpro-CIDI-40

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Cabral, Glenda Gomes; Silva, João Paulo Soares da; "Infographics: A complementary way and fun to teach scientific methodology for designers.", p. 441-455 . In: In Coutinho, Solange G.; Moura, Monica; Campello, Silvio Barreto; Cadena, Renata A.; Almeida, Swanne (orgs.). Proceedings of the 6th Information Design International Conference, 5th InfoDesign, 6th CONGIC [= Blucher Design Proceedings, num.2, vol.1]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2014.
ISSN 2318-6968, ISBN: 978-85-212-0824-2
DOI 10.5151/designpro-CIDI-40

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