Infographics: who needs full text?

This just in: The use of infographics increases abstract reading but does not change full-text views of scientific articles*

From F-shaped patterns to fake news to flipped classrooms, technology is changing the way we learn, the way we think, and the way we communicate. What are you doing to leverage this powerful tool?

*No scientific article was read in the making of this infographic

Reference:

Thoma B, Murray H, Huang S et al. The impact of social media promotion with infographics and podcasts on research dissemination and readership. CJEM. 2018;20(2):300-306.


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