Using QR Codes in the Classroom with the…. A QR Code (Quick Response Code) is a type of barcode that can be used to store and share information. The information can be accessed through an app used to scan the barcode available for most smart phones.
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in the Classroom
A QR Code (Quick Response Code) is a type of barcode that can be used to store and share information.
The information can be accessed through an app used to scan the barcode available for most smart phones.
To Download Red Laser to your iPod Touch:
Access the iTunes App Store on your iPod
Click on the Search Tab
Search for “Red Laser”
Select the Red Laser Barcode Scanner App
Select the blue Free button, it should
become a green Install button
Click that green button, and enter
your iTunes password (if needed).
Open the Red Laser App
Select the red icon, at the top right of the screen, that looks like this: [||||]
Aim your phone at a QR Code
You can attach many different types of information to a QR code. The most useful for educators are just plain text or websites/videos.
(When using this site, choose to Generate a static code. If you want to generate a dynamic code, one in which the url can be changed without printing the code again, create an account or sign in with google or Facebook.)
Changes 100 characters of text into speech.
“40 Interesting Ways and Tips to Use QR Codes in the Classroom” compiled by Tom Barrett
“7 Things You Should Know about QR Codes” by Educause Learning Initiative