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A presentation delivered at conVerge08 in Melbourne, Australia on Friday 5 December 2008

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QR Codes and the Future of Next Generation mLearning QR Codes and the Future of Next Generation mLearning Presentation Transcript

  • QR Codes and the Future of Next Generation mLearning Graham Clark
  • 2D Barcodes Upcode Aztec Code High Capacity Colour Barcode DataMatrix
  • What is a QR code? 2 dimensional barcode Many different colour combinations
  • Reading a QR code A mobile phone with + a camera + an internet connection + code reader software = QR Code Heaven!
  • QR codes in The Age Lexus [10.09.2008] Scan the code with your Telstra code  reader for more details on L’EXHIBITION Yellow Pages [08.11.2008] Scan this image with your mobile for  ‘furniture stores’ nearby
  • QR Codes Overseas Retail Supermarket product packaging Airline industry Boarding passes eg. Northwest Airlines Publishing Magazines and newspapers eg. WIRED Outdoor Advertising Bus shelters
  • QR Codes in Education Case Western Reserve University, US   [2008] Orientation University of Bath, UK [2008] Learning management system King Saud University, Saudi Arabia [2008] People with a visual disability Mie University, Japan [2006] Formative class assessment
  • Benefits + No cost + Ease of use + Mobility/portability + 24/7 access + Instant gratification
  • Issues + Mobile internet too slow + Mobile internet too expensive + Software + Identical twins + Lighting + Complicated process
  • The iPhone Factor in the US Almost 85% of US iPhone owners browse  the Web on their phones, versus 58% of  the US smartphone market Some 31% of US iPhone owners watch  mobile TV or video compared to 4.6% of  the overall US market
  • The iPhone Factor in Australia In Australia, Apple has sold over 200,000 iPhones When iPhone browsing, users consume  2.07 MB compared to 0.30 MB for other  mobile users iPhone users browse individual sites for an  average of 2.8 minutes, compared to  average mobile users at 1.6 minutes
  • An Australian Case Study Powerhouse Museum, Sydney Sydney Design 08 Festival Programme This is a QR, a new form of barcode, which contains secret information. Use a QR code reading application on your mobile phone to decipher the code and receive special SD08 offers.
  • Sydney Design 08 Festival Programme This is a QR, a new form of barcode, which contains secret information. Use a QR code reading application on your mobile phone to decipher the code and receive special SD08 offers.
  • The Outcome Sydney Design 08 Festival Programme + 40,000 copies printed and distributed across Sydney + 144 views of the QR destination page + 55 views from Sydney and the rest interstate or  overseas + 33 successful form completions + 26 successful ticket prints
  • The Future of mLearning + Real‐time image recognition + Radio Frequency Identification + Device (RFID) + 2D barcodes (including QR codes) + Question and Test Interoperability (QTI) +  ???
  • Questions/Contact Details Graham Clark Email: gclark@aspingroup.com.au Mobile: 0404 222 914