The data visualization revolution that has changed the way people consume information online, through the mass media, and in print also has relevance for the dissemination of library data. Conveying information graphically can be a great way to advocate for increased funding, shifts in collection development priorities, or other changes to library policies, procedures and collections. A well-planned and aesthetically pleasing infographic does not require extensive graphic design experience, and the results will often find a wider audience than a traditional written report.This session will cover some common tools and strategies for incorporating data visualization into library work and will also touch on some of the benefits, and possible pitfalls, of using infographics to convey information to administration, colleagues, and library patrons. The presenter will outline her experiences transforming reams of data from a collection development project at Westfield State University into orderly, accessible graphics. Attendees will walk away with a list of user-friendly applications and resources to help them begin to explore data visualization on their own.