We all love infographics. Why? Well, they help us grasp information in a quick and fun way that appeals to our visual senses.
2. “Are We Wired for Mobile Learning?”
Voxy Blog published an infographic titled “Are We Wired for Mobile Learning?” that looks at how digital natives are better suited to learn with mobile or digital devices rather than basic tools that are used in the classroom today.
Earlier this week, I wrote a blog post titled QR codes deliver buyers in real time. In comments on the post as well as via Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ a few people mentioned that QR codes are not very popular....
Here are ten examples of QR codes for real time marketing.
Quick Response (QR) koodi on kaksiulotteinen viivakoodi, jonka avulla ihmiset voivat helposti selata informaatiota älypuhelimellaan. Tiedon lukemisista varten puhelimessa tulee olla internetyhteyden lisäksi kamera sekä ...
Koodien käyttö on useinkin kiinni ideoista. Sain miettiä hieman mitä juttuja voisi opiskelijoille rakennella kampusalueelle. Annetaan ajatuksen lentää, kaikki eivät ehkä ole toteuttamiskelpoisia, mutta mitä sitten.
I have been fascinated by augmented reality for some time now , you know the kind of apps where you can see where restaurants are or how to get to the nearest bank etc. but although it is getting easier, it is still beyond the reach of many. So current solution for me are QR codes.
The objective of their project is to make a virtual tour of our school available to students and visitors using their mobile devices to scan the QR codes. When the project is over, guests should be able to use their mobile device to scan codes and view videos of all teachers at SWCTA.
There is a growing movement of educators who are enamored with the noisy little black squares of machine gibberish, but don't call it a revolution.
On first glance, they’re nothing more than the lazy man’s way to access information, instead of typing URLs: Just scan. Well, according to comScore, in June, 14 million Americans used QR Codes, mostly linking from magazines or newspapers.
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