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How to Use QR Codes to Enhance Training & Engage Modern Learners

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Learn how QR codes can help take your training content from physical to digital and provide the on-demand learning opportunities that new age learners seek today.

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How to Use QR Codes to Enhance Training & Engage Modern Learners

  1. 1. How to Use QR Codes to Enhance Training & Engage Modern Learners By: Christine Karel, M.A.
  2. 2. 1. Understand How The QR Code Works & Is Used 2. Learn How to Use QR Codes to Provide On- demand Training 3. Discover QR Code Best Practices
  3. 3. What Is A QR Code? QR codes, or “Quick- Response” codes, are easily readable barcodes that when scanned with a QR reader can translate the code into a URL, a telephone number, a bit of text, or other data. Scan to watch a video explaining the QR code in more detail http://bit.ly/1fnJPIf
  4. 4. • View a webpage of your choice • Watch YouTube videos of your choice • View your Facebook page • Follow you on Twitter • Automatically Tweet the text you choose • View your LinkedIn profile • Instantly create a contact in their address book • View locations on Google Maps • Read text of your choice • Call your phone number • Call you via Skype • Automatically email you • View and download apps you choose You can create a QR that when scanned can direct users to:
  5. 5. • Enhance reading material with relevant resources • Highlight videos, tutorials, webinars, podcasts, and blog articles that further explain the training topic • Share audio copy of a lecture • Link to quizzes, polls & evaluations • Get answers to questions in class • Provide reference/reading lists • Link to important employee resource information in new hire paperwork (benefits, employee networks, etc.) On-demand Learning Ideas
  6. 6. • Link to automatic Twitter updates & Facebook check-ins • Organize and list sources • Automatically add training dates or upcoming events to the calendar • Generate buzz & awareness for upcoming events across the organization On-demand Learning Ideas Give it a try & follow my mobile learning board on Pinterest!
  7. 7. Getting Started Simple 4-step process: 1. Tell users how to download the QR code reader app on their mobile, tablet or PC devices. 2. Create QR codes through a free web service. 3. Include the QR code images in your training materials. 4. Explain how to use the new codes.
  8. 8. Best Practices • Understand what you’re trying to accomplish • Make the call to action really clear, and tell the user what they’ll get • Make it easy for the user to figure out how to use the QR code • Lead the user to a destination that’s mobile-friendly • Keep the URL short • Maintain a quiet zone around the tag • Size and distance of the QR code matter • Test that your QR codes scan properly
  9. 9. QR Code ResourcesHow to Scan QR Codes http://bit.ly/1NeK8DT How To Use QR Codes http://bit.ly/1Pw40AJ Tag My Doc https://youtu.be/lj3O3xi2gpw How to Create QR Codes http://bit.ly/1MuOm8L
  10. 10. Thank You Connect with me on LinkedIn Download an electronic copy of this presentation

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