QR codes are gaining momentum in todays technology. They are popping up everywhere and across all the business and social landscape. QR stands for quick response. They have been around for more than 15 yeras now and are found mainly on billboards, magazines, on TV, and even textbooks. You might probably be asking yourself " what these codes have to do with education ?
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QR codes (also called matrix codes , so you can see why I might feel an affinity with them!) are gaining in popularity in North America (they’re already big overseas in Japan and elsewhere). With more students buying smartphones, and more professors interested in developing mobile learning solutions, QR codes in the classroom are worth considering.