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Supporting slides for a workshop on using QR codes in educational settings

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  • ‘Quick Response’ codesTwo dimensional bar codesInitially used in warehousing (Toyota, Japan 1994)‘Location aware’ technologyThen moved into advertising (bus stops, vehicles, t-shirts)And now into education
  • Anatomy – videoPlants – websiteIT – software demoDesign - blogLibrary – Amazon book on QR codesLab – online formOffice – Twitter streams

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  • 1. 16th July 2013 2013 Writtle College Conference QR codes in L & T
  • 2. Session plan What are QR codes? What uses in education? What will you do?
  • 3. What are QR codes?
  • 4. o ‘Quick Response’ codes o Two dimensional bar codes o Used in: o warehousing o advertising o education Quick overview Background
  • 5. Quick overview o Connects to web-based resources o Text (VLE, blog, website) o Video o Social media o Online form / quiz o ‘Low threshold’ technology o Easy to create o Read by mobile devices
  • 6. Uses in education…
  • 7. Library A&D Lab Office Specialist IT Anatomy Plants © Writtle College
  • 8. What will you do next?
  • 9. • Learning outcome • Topic • Activity Focus • Classroom • Lab • Farm • Studio Location • Poster • Presentation • T-shirt • Bus Media • Information • Instructions • Comment • Quiz Resource Process
  • 10. Design a task
  • 11. • Ideas – Access to information for induction / open days – Augmenting student coursework – Reminders for common instructions – Data gathering via online forms • Concerns – Not all students have smart phones – Students will have to log in to the VLE – Maintenance / removal – Quick access is not learning Workshop outputs
  • 12. ? Wait… There’s one more thing – look online
  • 13. Screencast http://www.screencast.com/t/6yJDoniU
  • 14. Thank you. Any questions?