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Lucas Cittadino

QR Code Generator - Make your own QR Code. Free. Visualead.com - 16 views

  • 1. Type your message 2. Click "Generate QR Code" to qurify the message. 3. Download the QR Code image. 4. QR Code Done!
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    1. Type your message 2. Click "Generate QR Code" to qurify the message. 3. Download the QR Code image. 4. QR Code Done!
John Evans

Apps in Education: 10 QR Readers for the iPad - 0 views

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    "Here are 10 QR readers for your iPad - all bar one for Free. QR Code scanners can be lots of fun in the classroom. We have used them to generate discussion around types of data, presented classroom information as well as presenting clues to treasure hunts. The treasure hunt idea is always a popular way to finish a unit of work. We normally use QR codes to give hints to the next clue or to the location of the clues. The students have to use the information from the unit of work to solve the clues along the way. Lots of fun, lots of laughs and lots of learning. "
John Evans

QR Code Art Gallery - Superheros! | Pixels and Paint Brushes - 13 views

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    "This is the second year that our 4th graders have created superhero posters with QR code audio stories attached. This project is a perfect blend of art, technology, and writing. Our 4th graders remembered listening to these stories last year, so they were highly motivated to create interesting characters, attractive posters, and clever stories."
John Evans

Using QR Codes in AI Classrooms | Education Closet - 6 views

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    "Have you ever seen those black and white squares that seem to be everywhere and wondered what all the rage is about? These are QR codes and they have such awesome possibilities for an AI Classroom."
Vicki Davis

How to Create a QR to an iBook - Snapguide - 22 views

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    Here's a snapguide for how to create a QR code to an ibook. This would let you put a link in a slide or on a page that would immediately take one to an ibook. (You can do this for kindle books too but would just use the URL as you can't buy inside the Kindle app on the ipad because Amazon and Apple couldn't come to terms on Apple's cut. You can just go to the Amazon webpage for the kindle and when it opens in safari, a person can buy and download from there.)
Allanah King

QR voice - 11 views

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    Text to type then to instant QR code
Michael M Grant

SnapMyInfo - 18 views

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    QR codes with SMS/MMS. No app necessary.
Julie Lindsay

NECC 2009: SIGML Forum (We Found Kilroy!) - 0 views

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    A review by Mark van t 'Hooft of the NECC09 SIGML (mobile Learning) field trip in Washington DC. "Your task is to come up with a compelling argument that demonstrates the importance of the World War II Memorial today. Use your mobile phones to access supplementary digital content, using the QR codes in this booklet. In addition, you may use your mobile phone to collect evidence in and around the memorial. We will leave it up to you as to how you want to do that.
Allanah King

Free, Printable Bingo Cards by Bingo Baker - 8 views

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    Very cool bingo cards- you enter the words- it generates random bingo cards with those words on it- to geek out make QR code for the URL and you get a different bingo card each time it is accessed eg http://bingobaker.com/pdf/10317
Angie Moehlmann

iPads at Burley: Interactive Anchor Charts - 14 views

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    Great idea using QR codes and  ShowMe app.
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