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QR Codes & Pedagogy ● Accessible ● Self-directed / autonomous learners ● Gamification ● Simplicity ● Personalised ● Relevant ● ContextualisedDrawn from Smarter, simple, social: QR codes & beyond by Anne Bartlett-Bragg under a Creative CommonsLicense http://www.slideshare.net/AnneBB/smarter-simple-social-qr-codes-beyond
QR Codes in the Library:Augment reality - make your books interactive.
QR Codes in the LibraryEnhance and update textbooks or other titles
QR Codes in the LibrarySet up a QR Reader station for students tohear reviews by other students before theyselect. View the entire video here:
QR Codes in the Library Direct students and school staff to the library website/blog when promoting library/reading events around the school.
QR Codes in the LibraryBring outsiders inside; and use a QR codecreator that counts scans such as snap.vu tosee if it is being used... Read the post about this here:
QR Codes in the LibraryUse http://www.qrstuff.com/ to create colouredQR Codes to denote different types ofinformation or different sections in the library;e.g. green = fiction, red = non fiction
QR Codes in the LibraryCreate a virtual tour of the library
Remember to consider: □ Provide adequate time for users to □ Value adding for the customer scan □ Minimize the amount of data stored □ Assist users in finding a mobile in the barcode (shorten urls) barcode reader □ Track campaign scan analytics □ Tell users what happens upon scanning □ Place barcodes in scannable locations □ Provide a barcode back-up or alternative □ Test barcodes to ensure scannability □ Link to a smartphone-friendly destinationAdapted from at Mobile Tag Marketing by Angie Schottmuller http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5
QR Codes in the Library Need more ideas or info?46 Interesting Ways... A primer on QR Codes Mobile learning posters