QR Codes for Everyone. Rachel Shankles Lakeside High School Hot Springs, AR 71901 email@example.com. QR Codes =. Quick Response Code. AAIM Conference Schedule QR Code. Definition.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
QR Codes for Everyone Rachel Shankles Lakeside High School Hot Springs, AR 71901 firstname.lastname@example.org
QR Codes = Quick Response Code AAIM Conference Schedule QR Code
Definition • A QR Code is a two-dimensional bar codeor matrix created by a Japanese corporation in 1994. The "QR" is stands for "Quick Response", as the creator intended the code to allow its contents whether a url, document, video, or other items to be decoded at high speed. One QR code allows 4000 characters
QR Codes Explained by Common Craft on YouTube • http://www.commoncraft.com/video/qr-codes (common craft link)
1st download a QR code reader app onto your picture phone; phone must have a camera and Internet access. • QRset (in itunes) • Reader.kaywa.com (most highly recommended and trusted) • AT&T Code Scanner- the one I use on Android • Neoreader – Android and iphone
YOU ARE SEEING THEM EVERYWHERE RIGHT NOW FROM BILLBOARDS TO ALL TYPES OF ADS IN NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES AND ON BUSINESS FLYERS AND BUSINESS CARDS. SOON THEY WILL BE TEXTBOOKS. WHY? A giant QR Code on a billboard linking to a website, to be read with a mobile phone in Tokyo, Japan
The following posts have more ideas about using QR codes in schools: • Interactive Bulletin Boards • QR Codes in the Classroom • QRPedia - QR Codes for Wikipedia Entries • Assign QR Codes to Your Documents • Create a Mobile Language Lesson With QR Voice • Tom Barrett's Interesting Ways to Use QR Codes
Education • How can we use QR Codes in education? • Homework Assignments – include on class notes • In library, tag shelves next to new books and scan for book trailers or author infol; how to’s and where things are located; what is in the 800’s • Club Announcements • Tag lessons with links for more information • Wall outside classrooms with teacher’s blog • Label science equipment to show videos on proper use • Scavenger hunts
QR Code Generators • http://qrcode.kaywa.com/ • http://zxing.appspot.com/generator/ • http://delivr.com/qr-code-generator
http://www.classtools.net/QR/ QR Code Treasure Hunt Generator
5 Key Tips to QR Code Treasure Hunts 1. Make sure students are arranged into teams prior to the activity so that students without mobile devices are not disadvantaged. 2. Make it clear that the Treasure Hunt will feed directly into their assignment and thereby help them get a good mark. 3. Provide a mix of questions - some that test existing knowledge, some that require further research. 4. Keep a record of where you place each code to remove after the exercise has finished. 5. When you mark the completed sheets, award one point for each correctly copied question, and one mark for each correct answer, and declare the winning team on this basis.
Google Collaborative App of 46 Ways to Use QR codes in Classrooms • https://docs.google.com/present/edit?id=0AclS3lrlFkCIZGhuMnZjdjVfNzY1aHNkdzV4Y3I&hl=en_GB&authkey=COX05IsF • Put this in http:bitly.com and get a shortened link • Next on the bitly page – lower half where you see the title and long and shortened link—you will see an info+ button an dif you click it a qr code is already generated by bitly for your link—TIME SAVER