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QR Code Generator

QR Code Generator

Send Your Students on a QR Code Treasure Hunt QR Codes are all around us today. Open a magazine, a catalog, or glance at a bulletin board and you're likely to see a QR code. QR Codes make it easy to jump to a website or download a file on your mobile device. QR codes and QR code reader apps are one of the many ways that cell phones can be used in schools for academic purposes. To that end, Russel Tarr the QR Treasure Hunt Generator. The QR Treasure Hunt Generator provides you with all of the things you need to get started creating your own QR codes and using them in your classroom. If you're looking for a QR code reader app, I use and recommend QR Droid for Android devices. Applications for Education Creating QR Treasure Hunts could be a great way to get students moving and learning at the same time.

Creaza?s Creativity Tools Creaza is a suite of multimedia creativity tools that includes: Mindomo – a brainstorming and mindmapping toolCartoonist – an easy-to-use cartoon creation toolMovieEditor – an online video editing toolAudioEditor – an online audio editor for recording and editing audio The technology (or what are my powers?) When you register for a Creaza account you gain access to: My Homepage: a page where you can share your media projects with the worldMy Media Files: your personal library of media files which you can upload to the site and which remain privateTools: your portal to Creaza’s creativity tools Mindomo Mindomo is a versatile mindmapping tool which can be used for instruction as well as brainstorming. Instructional strategies You can use Mindomo to: Your learners can use Mindomo for similar applications. An example of a mindmap I create to outline the beginnings of a short story is shown below as it appears on my Creaza homepage. Want more information? Like this: Like Loading...

Une toute nouvelle astuce pour « forcer » vos lecteurs à parler de vous sur Twitter et Facebook (ça va faire fureur) J’écris cet article à la terrasse d’un café, à Bangkok (Thaïlande), le 23 février. Beaucoup de blogs vous proposent un document, un logiciel ou un outil en échange de votre inscription à une newsletter. Vous le voyez sur la droite de cet article : je le fais aussi. Des marketeurs américains ont détourné cette technique traditionnelle. Au lieu d’échanger une ressource gratuite contre votre inscription, ils l’échangent contre… un Tweet ou un statut Facebook. C’est tout nouveau, et ça risque bien de faire fureur. Comment ça marche ? C’est simple : au lieu d’inscrire votre prénom et votre email dans un formulaire, vous cliquez sur un bouton qui vous oblige à envoyer une mention sur Twitter ou Facebook pour pouvoir accéder à la ressource offerte. Des outils gratuits permettent d’obliger l’envoi du Tweet ou du statut Facebook pour pouvoir accéder à la page protégée. C’est tout Vous voulez essayer ? Il vous suffit de partager cet article sur Twitter ou sur Facebook pour y accéder :

Free mind mapping (and related types) software I see regular inquiries on Twitter and in forums from people looking for free software to support visual thinking. To provide answers, InformationTamers have put together 14 pages to help you find the one for your needs. These show the platform, a screen thumbnail and a link for more information in each case. We built this article using the most complete source for details of information mapping software on the Web: Hat tip to Vic Gee who put together and kept it up to date for years. has a good capability for selecting software by map type and operating system (click on the 'Refine software list' tab at the top right of its web page). "Free" here is as in beer, not in freedom, though some of the software listed is open source, so is free in both senses. Of course a pencil and paper is always almost free. This used to be one long page, but as I updated and added to it, it became unmanageable, so now it's broken down by category.