A great way to save money from your school budget is to minimize the need for printed handouts. One way you can achieve this is through the introduction of QR Codes into your classroom. If you need to create a QR Code on the fly look no further than Mobile Barcoder a Firefox add-on (also available for Chrome). This add-on allows you to create QR codes from any webpage displayed on your browser. The generated code can then be saved as an image or displayed on your classroom projection screen. Students or colleagues can then scan it or take a picture of it for later use.
This is an easy way to introduce the use of mobile technology into your classrooms and could potentially save the school some money by not having to print the handouts. An example of this activity would require you to create a Google Docs group for your class. This group would then serve as a repository for the documents you want to share. Watch the video below for more information about what a QR Code is and their usage in public. The videos below are for a demo of the add-on and a quick explanation of what a QR code is. For more information on this topic visit this Bundlenut
Mobile Barcoder Demo
What is a QR Code?
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