QR codes

1. Click here and here and here for great blogposts on QR codes. 
2. Click here or here or here or here or here to generate your own QR code. (Found on Cybraryman's great QR page.)You can make them in different colours here and here. Click here to create a QR code with information about yourself (ie. for a business card). 
3. Click here for a brief description on "What is a QR code". 
4. Click here for a great blogpost and video about using QR codes in the classroom.
5. Click here for more info on QR codes.
6. Click here for a great blogpost on QR codes, including video.
7. Click here for 43 interesting ways to use QR codes in the classroom. 
8. Click here for "10 Ways to Use QR Codes in Your Classroom" and here for "5 Uses of QR codes in the classroom".
9. Click here for "QR Codes: The nuts and bolts".
10. Click here for more ideas of using QR codes in the classroom.
11. Click here for a Glogster on QR codes. 
12. Click here for a video about using QR codes in books. 
13. Click here for wonderful LiveBinder called "QR codes in Education." 
14. Click here for a Prezi on QR codes. 
15. Click here for a paper on QR codes in education. 
16. Click here to find out how to generate a QR code using Goo.gl.
17. Click here for a blogpost called "QR Codes – What are they and how can I use them in my classroom?" 
18. Click here for a great video showing how one school is using QR codes. 
19. Click here for a great presentation on using QR codes in the class, with videos. 
20. Click here for a cool video on how to do a scavenger hunt with QR codes. 
21. Click here for a blogpost and video about "How to tell a story with QR codes".
22. Click here for a blogpost called: "7 Great Uses For QR Codes & How To Generate Your Own".
23. Click here for a blogbost called "A dummies' guide to QR codes".
24. http://blog.justscan.it/ A blog dedicated to QR codes.
25. Click here for a QR Treasure Hunt Generator.
26. Click here for a collection of many blogposts on QR codes. 
27. Click here for "Top 10 Free Online QR Code Generators".
28. http://www.beqrious.com/generator 
Create a QR code with an image in the center of it, like this:
 Click on "Graphical" tab, then upload image and input URL, then check off "Save as .png". 
29. Click here for a blogpost called "Make your own QR Code Scavenger Hunt!"
30. Click here for a World Language quiz using QR codes. 
31. Click here for QR code generator for a Treasure Hunt.
32. Click here for a blogpost called "Four Ways QR Codes Could Revolutionize Education".
33. Great tip: Shorten the URL with goo.gl + add .qr to the short URL, and that's it! a QR code to your link!  
34. Here is a great video by Common Craft explaining QR codes. 
35. Click here for a great ScoopIt about QR codes with lots of articles. 
36. http://qrpedia.org/ Create QR codes that link to Wikipedia articles. 
37. Scroll down this wiki page for tons of ideas on what to do with QR codes. 
38. Click here to make a multi-lingual QR code for your website. 
39. Click here for more ideas on how to use QR codes in your class. 
40. Click here for a blogpost called: "QR codes in the MFL classroom".
41. Coolest QR code generator yet: http://www.qrhacker.com/ 
Here's mine: 
 42. Make voice recordings with http://audioboo.fm/ then imbed in a QR code. Would be great for a scavenger hunt! 

43. Click here for @joedale 's presentation on QR codes. 
44. http://qrvoice.net/ Type a sentence and click on the QR code symbol. This will create a QR code when scanned, you will hear the sentence! Doesn't work with words with French accents, however (Android phone). 
45. Click here for a great video about QR codes by @TonyVincent 
46. Click here for instructions on how to do an Easter hunt with QR codes. 
47. Click here for instructions on using QR codes for an activity with "La nourriture. 
48. Click here for a great video on having students record their voices reading a book, then putting QR code in book for others to enjoy.
49. Click here for TONS of ideas for using QR codes in the classroom.
50. Make beautiful QR codes here: http://www.unitaglive.com/qrcode


1 comment:

  1. wow, a great list about QR codes, I think this is a good way to use the cellphones at the classroom.
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