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Create an Audio QR Code

Create an Audio QR Code
Follow the Steps Below These are the directions for creating a QR code that will allow the user to play audio upon scanning the code. This function would serve you well if you wanted to deliver instructions for learning centers (science investigations, for example), presentations, and in so many other ways. Enjoy! Step One - Create the Audio (MP3) I would complete this step with either Record MP3 or Vocaroo. Step Two - Make the QR Code Now that you used one of the sites mentioned above to create an audio recording, you may take the link to that recording, and create a QR code that students may scan to hear the audio file. A Second Option - Tellagami Learning How to Use Tellagami Tellagami is a fun iPad app that allows you thirty seconds to say what you need to say. Tellagami, Step Two So after you've made your "Gami," the best thing to do would be to upload it somewhere. Once you've uploaded to YouTube, you will then be able to get a link that will allow you to create a QR code with it.

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