Google Docs can automatically generate QR Codes http://tnw.co/1731g6o Google Docs can automatically generate QR Codes
Twelve Ideas for Teaching with QR Codes http://www.edutopia.org/blog/QR-codes-teaching-andrew-miller Twelve Ideas for Teaching with QR Codes
As mobile learning becomes more and more prevalent, we must find effective ways to leverage mobile tools in the classroom. As always, the tool must fit the need. Mobile learning can create both the tool and the need.
With safe and specific structures, mobile learning tools can harness the excitement of technology with the purpose of effective instruction.
Using QR codes for instruction is one example of this.
Images in Your QR Codes! http://classtechtips.com/2013/08/28/images-in-your-qr-codes/ Images in Your QR Codes! Visualead is fantastic site that let’s users combine QR codes with images. You can upload any picture that you want and place your QR code right on top of it.
Not only is it a great way to energize traditional black and white QR codes, adding images can help students distinguish between QR codes in different subject areas or lessons. This is perfect for younger students or English Language Learners.
Visualead : Visual QR Code Generator http://www.visualead.com/ Visualead's Visual QR Code Generator makes QR Codes more effective by instantly and seamlessly blending them with any design, attracting users and increasing engagement.
With Visualead, anyone can integrate a QR Code into any image, blending the familiar QR Codes that people recognize, with the visual design that people love.
Visual QR Codes have been shown to increase engagement significantly, creating a communicative, creative and effective visual calls-to-action from print to mobile.
QRphoria : create colourful QR Codes http://qrphoria.com/ QRphoria : create colourful QR Codes ... also url shortener.
QRphoria is fast, free, and easy to use for everyone. Subscribers get added perks including a personal dashboard, tracking, reporting, editing, more export options, and previews of new features and styles.
A QR Code is the fastest way into a phone’s contact list. You can embed your name, phone numbers, email, website, address and more in a QR Code, rather than asking anyone to type all of that in.
QR barcode on a poster? Check it's not a sticker http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/12/10/qr_code_sticker_scam/ That square QR barcode on the poster? Check it's not a sticker
Cybercrooks are putting up stickers featuring URLs embedded in Quick Response codes (QR codes) as a trick designed to drive traffic to dodgy sites.
QR Footprints in Time http://www.techchef4u.com/?p=3488 QR Footprints in Time
New Braunfels Footprints in Time is a Historic Driving and Walking tour that can be accessed from the website (on a desktop or mobile device). The tour showcases 67 different locations including homes, businesses, murals, and shops and shares and provides beautifully crafted and engaging videos for each!
Each location on the tour also corresponds with a GPS location and a QR code to access the video when you have located your destination.
Teachers Guide on the Use of QR Codes in Classrooms http://bit.ly/LLdS9A Teachers Guide on the Use of QR Codes in ClassroomsTeachers Guide on the Use of QR Codes in Classrooms
You might probably be asking yourself " what these codes have to do with education ? "Well that is what this article is trying to answer.
QRVoice : QR code generator for audio http://qrvoice.net/ QRVoice : QR code generator for audio
TagMyDoc http://tagmydoc.com TagMyDoc allows you to apply a [QR Code] tag on a document which can be scanned and retrieved as a virtual copy.
5 Uses of QR Codes in the Classroom http://www.wiziq.com/blog/5-uses-of-qr-codes-in-the-classroom/ 5 Uses of QR Codes in the Classroom
Looking at the increasing scope of QR codes, and the amount of information they can store, we’ve come up with a few observations on how they can be used in online classes. The efficacy of QR codes in learning can also be seen in Bath University’s Head of E-Learning, Andy Ramsden’s, working paper: The use of QR codes in Education: A getting started guide for academics.
QR Codes in Education http://www.sicet.org/journals/jetde/jetde10/7-So.pdf QR Codes in Education
Ching-yin Law, Simon So : Hong Kong Institute of Education "This paper serves to be one of the first comprehensive papers in journal publication
to fully delineate (a) the user characteristics of QR codes, (b) the processes of making and reading QR codes, (c) the survey of commercial applications using QR codes, (d) the literature review of
educational applications using QR codes, and (e) offer suggestions and implementations of QR codes in school education."
Session on QR Codes Global Edu Conf #globaled11 http://t.co/ChcIiO2z What’s Black and White and Promotes Collaboration? Discover how QR codes bring down classroom walls - Patricia Smith, Technology Resource Teacher
Patricia Smith, Technology Resource Teacher
Loudoun County Public Schools http://bit.ly/vIltgh
Read QR Codes In Your Browser [Chrome] http://www.makeuseof.com/dir/qrreader-read-qr-codes/ Read QR Codes In Your Browser [Chrome]
Once installed, QRreader Beta helps users read QR codes without any mobile application. Once installed, the extension adds an option to read QR codes in Chrome’s right click menu. Just browse any website, right click on the QR code and click on the “Read QR Code from image” button. If the QR code has any link attached to it, it will be opened in a new tab automatically. On the other hand, if there is any text linked to it, it will be displayed in a popup window.
No Projector? http://bit.ly/op3B8E No Projector? Use QR Code & SlideShare to Share a Presentation on Smartphones
Magazines, Newspapers Source of Scanned QR Codes http://bit.ly/n1yoqt Magazines, Newspapers Most Popular Source of Scanned QR Codes
The study found that for the month of June 2011, 14 million mobile device users in the U.S. scanned a QR code.
That's about 6 percent of the total mobile audience, according to comScore.
Those 14 million users were most likely to do their scanning in a magazine or newspaper, says the report-49.4 percent of the audience scan the codes found in them. Product packaging is the second most popular source for code scans at 35.3 percent, followed by Web sites on PCs at 27.4 percent. Posters, flyers or kiosks represented 23.5 percent of scanned codes.
15 Beautiful and Creative QR Codes [PICS] http://mashable.com/2011/07/23/creative-qr-codes/ 15 Beautiful and Creative QR Codes [PICS]
In the same way that bar codes don’t have to be boring, quick response codes can also be creative. Thanks to a 30% tolerance in readability, you can have some real fun with clever designs. Besides looking good, this can also make them more successful.
Famous Five get into QR Codes http://flatworldspaces.net/gdavies/?p=697 Famous Five get into QR Codes
If the Famous Five were characters today, the one object they would all have had was a mobile phone. We therefore decided to plan an activity around using QR Codes to navigate a route.
Resources on QR Codes in teaching and learning http://www.dontwasteyourtime.co.uk/tag/qr-code/ A list of blog posts from David Hopkins on QR Codes, what are they, how do you use them, and how they can be used to improve and enhance the student experience.
ARIS http://arisgames.org/ ARIS is a tool for you to make mobile games, tours and interactive stories. Using the GPS and QR Codes, ARIS players will experience a virtual world of interactive characters, items and media placed in physical space.
Dozens of artists, educators, game designers and story tellers are making ARIS games. If you have an iPhone or iPod touch, then download ARIS to your device and start playing some of our demo games.
Paperlink http://www.paperlinks.com/ Add a Paperlink to a window, a product, an ad, a poster or anything, and watch people interact with you or your brand on a whole new level, using the free Paperlinks iPhone app.
Essentially, Paperlinks creates QR codes for businesses and brands but with a particular focus on the design of the code itself. The actual code can incorporate the logo of a brand or business.
QR Codes in Libraries http://librarygrits.blogspot.com/2011/04/qr-codes-are-go.html QR Codes in Libraries
I have been thinking alot about QR codes for a while now, and how we could apply them in our library to start with, and then widen their use across campus. I wanted it to be something meaningful, that students would want to connect to, rather than just a fun or novelty thing to do that was cool without much substance.
Delivr http://delivr.com/ Delivr ... create a mobile friendly web page with its own QR code
QR Codes Connect Students to Books http://bit.ly/hPlLJv QR Codes Connect Students to Books
The fifth graders at Brook Forest Elementary in Oak Brook, IL, don't have their own smartphones—yet. But they're learning about one of the latest trends in mobile media: Quick Response Codes, QR codes for short.
QR Codes in the Library http://bit.ly/hG39dz QR Codes in the Library: Use 2-D barcodes to offer the coolest services ever
There are ways to begin exploring the integration of the digital and physical worlds.
They include the quick response (QR) code, a more complex barcode that can transmit a larger amount of information.
Whether you’re looking to spread information in a smart, tech-savvy way or increase interactivity around library services, QR codes are a great way to start. They provide a first step toward the fully immersive experience of augmented reality,without having to spend a lot of loot. A couple of hours and a few sheets of labels or sticker paper and you, too, can have a QR-encoded library.