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  1. 1. QR CODESQR CODES Sejal Visawadia
  2. 2. QR Codes – What Are TheyQR Codes – What Are They Quick Response Code 2-D Bar code Scanning the QR Code takes you to a website with more information. ◦ Video ◦ Website ◦ Blog ◦ Direct link to a page on the web
  3. 3. How does it work ?How does it work ? Data can be translated into a QR code by any QR generator, many of which are available for free. Users simply enter the data or URL add. to be translated & the generator produces the code which then can be displayed electronically or in a printed format. Decoding the information can be done with any mobile camera phone that has a QR reader application.
  4. 4. How do I design my own QR code ?How do I design my own QR code ? The website below are free sites that you can use : www.qrstuff.com www.tag.microsoft.com QR codes are not time limited in anyways & they don’t expire. You can generate as many as you need. There are no limits on the no. of times they can be scanned.
  5. 5. How will Google sell them ?How will Google sell them ? If you add them to your website, the search engine will see that your pages has been changed & that you are updating the pages. The search engine will see a new image & index it accordingly.
  7. 7. Ideas to use QR codesIdeas to use QR codes
  8. 8. Works on ?Works on ? Android Blackberry I phone Symbian Windows mobile
  9. 9. What Technology do YouWhat Technology do You Need?Need? Need a QR Code generator – link provided Need a way to read the QR Codes ◦ Smart phone ◦ Tablet (Ipad or other device with a camera and internet access) ◦ QR Code reader
  10. 10. QR Codes for Inside theQR Codes for Inside the classroomclassroom QR codes stuck on tables leading likes to a video of a science experiment. QR code at a Poetry Center taking kids to poetry reading, author interview, picture of a setting, historic place.After school, teachers can put together everything that was done in class that day, create a QR code, put it on a sticky label, and slap it on a calendar for the students to scan
  11. 11. QR Codes – Bring Public into theQR Codes – Bring Public into the ClassroomClassroom When students publish online – send home a QR code to parents so they can take a look. Also post the code on the corporation site for the public to access Students write and perform a Public Service Announcement (food drive) – post it online then make a flyer with a QR code to the video which can then posted in the school or community to help collect food
  12. 12. Tracking QR codesTracking QR codes http://qreateandtrack.com (free & paid ) http://www.qreatebuzz.com http://www.insqribe.com/barcodes (free & paid) http://tappinn.com http://pingtags.com (track QR codes on business cards to LinkedIn profiles)
  13. 13. ResourcesResources Creative QR codes http://mashable.com/2011/07/23/creative- qr-codes/ QR codes with voice messages http://mashable.com/2011/11/10/j-c- penney-qr-codes/ Grow your business with QR codes http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com
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