Quick Response (QR for short) Codes were originally created and used in the automotive industry in Japan. QR codes are now seen on many products you purchase, magazines, and newspapers. With more mobile devices in students’ hands it makes sense to leverage the ability of QR codes in Higher Ed. Join in this session for ideas for using QR codes ranging from updating older texts to supplemental materials. If you have a mobile device that is capable of scanning please bring to the session, as we will be creating QR codes. If your course textbook is dated bring along too.
At the end of the session faculty will:
•Understand QR codes
•Discover practical applications for QR codes
•Create a QR code
•Agree to report feedback to CeTEAL any tools or methods used in your class
Date: Tuesday, May 7th, 2013 Time: 11:00am-12:15pm Location: KLIB 219 Group ID: Innovative and Emerging Technologies