Here's a snapguide for how to create a QR code to an ibook. This would let you put a link in a slide or on a page that would immediately take one to an ibook. (You can do this for kindle books too but would just use the URL as you can't buy inside the Kindle app on the ipad because Amazon and Apple couldn't come to terms on Apple's cut. You can just go to the Amazon webpage for the kindle and when it opens in safari, a person can buy and download from there.)
Awesome ways to use QR codes to help children learn to read.
A very useful livebinder by some teachers on QR codes in the elementary school with information and guides. I've found this is pretty updated even though the first page has a description from 2010. Very useful if you want to use them in your classroom or library at the elementary level.
Free periodic table downloads with QR codes to use in your classroom.
Some people don't like QR codes. I still think they are helpful. What do you think?
Nice presentation about 40 interesting ways to use QR codes in the classroom.
A great lesson plan from Richard Byrne about how he used QR codes to meet common core math standards. These would be great to create and share.
This is a great article on how this librarian in New Zealand is using QR codes in their library.
QR Code treasure hunt generator. Classtools.net has long been my favorite place for graphic organizers, easy video game review games, and Fakebook, but now there is a QR Treature hunt generator. It does all the work for you. So cool. Take a look and do a kind of treasure hunt kids will love.
I use QR codes to assess on my iTouch and iPad but if a blog has flash - I just snap a pic with the QR code application for adobe air using the webcam on my pc. I don't have to type in long urls. Anything with a printout of any online material includes a qr code.
Click in to find related links.