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QR Codes are everywhere, on products, at museums, and even on people! But how can you use them at your institution? QR Codes are great ways to get more information to your users, they can be used to …

QR Codes are everywhere, on products, at museums, and even on people! But how can you use them at your institution? QR Codes are great ways to get more information to your users, they can be used to link to websites, videos and even contact information. Imagine adding QR Codes to your business cards for faster contact sharing. Link QR codes to books in your library to get more information, or a list of similar books. Even imagine creating a QR code scavenger hunt around your building for new students - the possibilities are endless! In this session we will discuss the ways to create a QR Code as well as how they can be used in and outside of the classroom.

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  • A matrix code, also termed a 2D barcode or simply a 2D code, is a two-dimensional way to represent information. It is similar to a linear (1-dimensional) barcode, but can represent more data per unit area.
  • http://www.denso-wave.com/qrcode/index-e.html
  • UPC Barcode – only 12 digitsQR code 7,089 numerical characters4,296 alphanumeric characters
  • https://appsec-labs.com/blog/tag/qrcode
  • https://appsec-labs.com/blog/tag/qrcode
  • QR codes that move are hard to scan
  • QR codes need to be big enough to scan
  • Like I said – QR codes that move are bad
  • Hard to scan a QR code that is not flat

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  • 1. Using QR Codes in the Classroom and Beyond Bethany V. Smith Asst. Director Learning Technologies College of Education NC State University
  • 2. What is a QR Code?
  • 3. Quick Response Code Flickr: A.A.A.
  • 4. Matrix or 2D Code Flickr: Stevopia
  • 5. Denso for Toyota Toyota
  • 6. Where do we see them? Flickr: Auntieo
  • 7. How does it work
  • 8. Smartphone +
  • 9. Reader App
  • 10. NeoReader
  • 11. QR App
  • 12. Quick Mark
  • 13. QR Reader
  • 14. What does scanning a QR code do?
  • 15. URL
  • 16. Download Link Flickr: tengtan
  • 17. E-mail
  • 18. Linkdirectly to an App
  • 19. Import a Vcard
  • 20. Dial Your Phone
  • 21. Geo Location
  • 22. How do you make a QR Code? Flickr: Ennor
  • 23. http://qrcode.kaywa.com/
  • 24. http://www.qrhacker.com/
  • 25. http://keremerkan.net/qr-code-and- 2d-code-generator/
  • 26. http://goo.gl/
  • 27. The Google shortener will also track how often a QR code is scanned!
  • 28. A shortened URL will give you a cleaner looking QR Code - the more letters (characters) in yourlink the more "pixels" is needed in the code
  • 29. Version 1, 21x21, Version 10, 57x57,10-25 alphanumeric chars 174-395 alphanumeric chars
  • 30. Where can you use a QR Code?
  • 31. Business Card
  • 32. Tattoos
  • 33. Brochures
  • 34. Posters (and Poster Sessions)
  • 35. Outside of offices
  • 36. Books in the library
  • 37. Handouts
  • 38. Ice Breakers
  • 39. Scavenger Hunt
  • 40. Link toFeedback Forms
  • 41. ExplorePhysicalModelsTwitter:@mrrobbo
  • 42. Other types of Matrix Code Flickr: Stevopia
  • 43. High Capacity Color Barcode
  • 44. Dangers of QR Codes Flickr: Rhys Asplundh
  • 45. You don’t REALLYknow what you are Flickr: david roessli scanning.
  • 46. Weblink to Malicious Site Flickr: Rhys Asplundh
  • 47. Javascript QR codeJavascript QR Code Flickr: Horment
  • 48. What NOT to do Courtesy of: http://wtfqrcodes.com/
  • 49. All images in this presentation are licensed viahttp://www.diigo.com/user/bethanyvs mith/pp_photo
  • 50. Bethany Smith bethany_smith@ncsu.eduhttp://transparentlearning.blogspot.com http://bethanyvsmith.pbwiki.com/ http://twitter.com/bethanyvsmith