Crazy for QR Codes
You've surely seen those black and white squares in advertisements, on buildings, and stuck to bananas. They are QR codes, and they are being put to great use in classrooms. See exactly how QR codes can save time and help make classrooms a little more interactive. Tony Vincent will share some of his favorite free online tools for creating codes and some very creative ways they are used for teaching and learning.
Tony Vincent's QR code podcast and transcript with links.
Scan QR Codes with the i-nigma app for iOS and Android.
Scan QR codes on Windows, Macintosh, or a Chromebook using webqr.com.
What's missing from these quotes? QR codes hide the answer!
Think you might want to change what a QR code does? Then you better make your code at delivr.com.
Brother QL-570 USB label printer is great for making QR code stickers.
Do Try This at Home QR- Code-enabled worksheets.
Upload a document and get a QR code for it at tagmydoc.com.
Shorten web links and create QR codes with Bitly. If you are logged in, you can add the link to your account and see statistics on when and where the code was clicked.
QR code book reviews and book trailers are great. Instead of making a text QR code, link the code to a website where you can write a longer review and perhaps include images. Try a site like weebly.com pen.io your own website, or a wiki.
Easily record audio and get a URL using recordmp3.org. It uses flash, so you would need to record on a Mac or Windows computer.
Funny Movie Maker is an iOS app for replacing the mouth on any photo. It can save to the Camera Roll, which means you can upload to Dropbox.
Install Dropbox on your Mac or PC. Right-click any file you place in your Dropbox folder to copy the public link. Paste that into a QR code generator to make a code to the file! Works with Word, PDF, JPG, audio, and video!
QR codes make for great interactive and multimedia task cards for learning centers.
QR code enabled worksheets from Do Try This at Home
Make colorful codes at QRStuff.com. Also make codes that start email messages or tweets.
Make pretty QR codes at unitaglive.com.
Reflect with QR codes (includes the QR code dice you can print, fold, and glue).