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Using mobile devices & QR
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  • The idea of linking spaces to information is not new, but QR codes combine simple creation with easy access to QR code readers. As a result, QR codes might kick-start widespread thinking and innovation around information connected to locations and objects. In museums, for example, QR codes might appear on plaques beside art displays, directing patrons to information about the artwork and the artist. QR codes posted on a building might offer visitors the history of the building itself or the corner on which it stands, and they might give the architect’s name or discuss the events happening in the city when the building was built. At botanical gardens, codes could direct users to information about the medicinal uses or food value of botanical specimens on display or offer data about the climate or soil requirements necessary for certain plants to thrive. Because QR codes are so inexpensive, they might even be printed as stickers and temporarily added to campus signs for a class activity.In museums, QR codesmight appear on plaques beside art displays,can direct patrons to information about the artwork and the artist. On a building, QR codesmight offer visitors the history of the building itself or the corner on which it stands, and they might give the architect’s name or discuss the events happening in the city when the building was built. At botanical gardens, QR codes could direct users to information about the medicinal uses or food value of botanical specimens on display or offer data about the climate or soil requirements necessary for certain plants to thrive.
  • StrengthsLink the physical world with the virtual by providing on-the-spot access to online resources for objects and locationsSupport experiential learning through mobile learningExpand pedagogical value in exercises that draw students into creating and contributing contentQR codes is browser-based, students can use the codes to read websites in their native languages or turn a local destination into a foreign-language lessonWeaknessesNot intuitiveNot everyone is aware of QR codes. As a result, not everyone who sees one will know to pull out a mobile phone and take a picture of the matrix. Not all mobile phones has a QR reader available, & the software must be downloaded and tested. QR code might direct Challenges remain to find appropriate and effective pedagogical uses of QR codes
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    • 1. Toy or Tool?
      Using mobile devices & QR
      codes in Education
    • 2. Presenters
      Bernard Tan,
      Multimedia Developer (Mobile)
      Azhar Rahim,
      Multimedia Developer (3D VLE)
      Shamini Thilarajah,
      Instructional Designer
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      Good Morning students!
      The 1st item on today’s briefing agenda will be the Itinerary for our learning journey to TanjungPiai…
      Firstly, everyone of you are expected to bring along a 3G enabled camera phone.
      Secondly, download the app I-nigma to your mobile phones.
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      I’ve got a question, Mr. Kenny!
      Is the 3G enabled camera phone compulsory?
      Absolutely Bernard!
      We have planned a mobile-learning activity - scavenger hunt at TanjungPiai National Park.
      The camera phone will be a tool to use in this activity with your group mates.
      Got it! Will arrange to get one before the trip.
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      Good Morning students!
      To start our first activity, please ensure the following are in order:
      You are in your respective groups
      Possess your own camera phone
      Inserted the given 3G SIM Card to your camera phones
      I-nigma app is installed
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      Now refer to your hand-out. Launch your I-nigma app & capture a “shot” of the black-white tiled code. This code is referred to as QR Code.
      Around the park, when you come across a QR code, launch your I-nigma app to decode it and look-out for a clue/activity.
      This activity lasts 15 mins so every group is to report to this very location at 11.15am.
      Remember, Safety First!
      If there are no questions, your time starts now!
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      That was a very enriching learning experience, Mr. Kenny!
      That’s great to hear Bernard! What did you enjoy most?
      I loved how we didn’t have to listen to boring talks on the plants or animals! We learnt through discovering the facts on our own & through contributions from the other groups in real-time!
    • 9. So what actually took place?
      Teachers identified “points-of-interest” & put up QR codes
      QR codes are linked to online resources, class wiki, group blogs, quizzes & polls
      At every “point-of-interest”, students record their observation & upload photos/audio recordings to the wiki/blogs or answer questions via quiz or poll
      Upon completing their activity, they will retrieve their code for the next destination
      The team that completes the activity first gets rewarded
      Teams with quality contributions also gets rewarded
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    • 10. Ready?
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    • 11. But wait!!!
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    • 12. Have you gotten the following?
      3G/Wi-Fi enabled Mobile phone (with camera)
      Install I-nigma App from
      OR OR
      http://www.i-nigma.mobi/
      List of Supported Devices http://www.i-nigma.com/SupportedDevices.html
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    • 13. What is it?
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    • 14. 2D graphic that represents data…
      Web Address or URL
      Text
      Email Address
      Contact Details

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    • 15. QR Codes…
      are decoded using Decoding software such as I-nigma on camera phones.
      are small in file size, the code pattern can be integrated into an esthetically attractive image in newspapers, magazines, or clothing.
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    • 16. How does it work?
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    • 17. 1. Generate QR Codes
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      http://qrcode.kaywa.com/
    • 18. 2. Save the QR Code Image
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    • 19. 3. Placement of QR Code
      Printed Material
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    • 20. 3. Placement of QR Code
      Books
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    • 21. 3. Placement of QR Code
      Websites
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    • 22. 3. Placement of QR Code
      Billboards
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    • 23. If you are
      uber Creative…
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    • 24. 3. Placement of QR Code
      CUPCAKES!!! 
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    • 25. 4. Get a QR Code Reader
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      http://www.i-nigma.com/Downloadi-nigmaReader.html
    • 26. Who’s doing it?
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    • 27. QR Codes in Teacher Education
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    • 28. And more…
      “How To” job/learning aids
      Link to a video demo on equipment handling or troubleshooting
      e-Learning package
      Link to videos, animations, white paper, or other related resources for supplementary reading
      Presenter’s contact info
      Link to contact information on the PowerPoint presentation
      Course evaluation
       Link to course evaluation instruments
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    • 29. And more… (cont’d)
      Room reservation
      From room door, link to online room reservation system for easy access
      Scavenger hunt for learners in the physical world
      Each clue is on a QR code that leads to the next QR code – having them learn the physical space rather than the virtual space.
      Assessment Instruments
      Link to online quizzes, questionnaire, test, LMS, etc
      Immediate Feedback
      Link to online poll, Twitter, Facebook, etc
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    • 30. Let’s take a poll…
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    • 31. Why use it?
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    • 32. Why is it significant?
      The idea of linking spaces to information - accessing information connected to locations and objects on-the-go
      Because QR codes are so inexpensive, they might even be printed as stickers and temporarily added to campus signs for a class activity.
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      Museums Buildings Botanical Gardens
    • 33. Strengths | Weaknesses
      Link the physical world with the virtual by providing on-the-spot access to online resources for objects and locations
      Expand pedagogical value in exercises that draw students into creating and contributing content
      Browser-based so codes can be used to read in languages besides just English
      Not intuitive
      Not all mobile phones has a QR reader available
      Challenges remain to find appropriate and effective pedagogical uses of QR codes
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    • 34. Q & A
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    • 35. Thank You
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