Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Two For Tuesday 11/2/2010

1. QR Code Readers
Download one of these readers to your smartphone and scan the image below. (I use I-nigma on my iPhone).

2. Scan this QR code to find out more about QR codes.
You can turn any web address into a QR code with bit.ly.


Anonymous said...

Hi Liz! I love this - my wife was just showing this to me yesterday, and I can't wait to see this technology can be integrated in classrooms.

This is a lot like augmented reality - I found a website giving free augmented reality manipulatives for education use (http://www.k12mobilelearning.com/?page_id=826).

Hopefully, some open-source community like Google Sketchup will tap into the community of QR Codes.

Thanks for your post!

Greg Kulowiec said...


My ipod touch 4 just came in and it can read QR Codes. With a few ipods and a wireless signal QR Codes can finally become a powerful educational tool.