As you may recall, a while ago I posted a call to graphic artists to work with me on creating an infographic that accurately represents the results of a research paper. Thanks to Ed Cabellon and his team at the the Rondileau Campus Center at Bridgewater State University, we have this infographic based on my paper The relationship between frequency of Facebook use, participation in Facebook activities, and student engagement published in Computers & Education. Special thanks to the designer, Becca Light.
[Edit 10/5/11]: A number of people have been asking if they can use this graphic. The answer is– of course you can! This infographic is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License which means that you can post it to your own site, share, or adapt the graphic as long as you’re not using it for commercial purposes and as long as you reference the source. You may also be interested in a higher resolution jpeg [6.2M] or a PDF version suitable for printing [~1M]
[Edit 10/12/11]: Thanks to Sandra Cortesi and Kristi Grande who noticed that the graphic representing the mean number of times students checked Facebook was missing one student at the computer. All links now point to the revised infographic.