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QR coded Periodic Table of Elements published in Journal of Chemical Education. QR coded Periodic Table of Elements published in Journal of Chemical Education Last year, if you remember, I wrote about a great tool and example of how QR codes are being used in science education.
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Tag My Doc - Assign QR Codes to Your Documents. One of the things that I really like about QR codes is that they make it very easy to put useful information on your phone or tablet.
Rather than trying to type a long address into your mobile browser's url bar (which can take me forever on a virtual keyboard) you can simply scan a code and open a website or file. There are a lot of tools out there for creating QR codes for webpages (including public Google Docs) but if you want to assign a QR code to a document that isn't online, that can be a little trickier unless you use Tag My Doc. Tag My Doc is a new service that allows you to assign and print a QR code on your documents. The process is very simple. Just upload your document and let Tag My Doc generate a QR code for it. Watch the video below to learn more about Tag My Doc. Applications for Education As I mentioned above, I think that one of the big benefits of QR codes is the ease with which you can put important content on your phone or tablet.
Using QR Codes to showcase student process work ~ ICT For Educators. The iPad has proven to be an amazing tool for capturing student learning and for providing students with the opportunity to be creative and innovative learners.
Sharing content off the iPad, however can be quite a chore. For schools that use Google Apps, Google Drive can prove to be a great solution to sharing content created on the iPads and even as a possible solution for creating Digital Portfolios. Drive provides a great place for storage and sharing and the app continues to improve in its ability for students to create content and to collaborate with one another. In addition to Drive, some schools have turned to Blogger as a way to share content from iPads for student portfolios. The app, though limited on mobile devices, enables students and teachers to upload content.