QR codes and Mobile-Learning


The combination of the increasing popularity of e-books and the willingness of people to read material on phones may make the smart phone more popular for delivery of instructional material (J. Chem. Edu. 2011, 88, 683). The University of Adelaide's Faculty of Sciences is one of the pioneers in e-learning by replacing traditional textbooks and other teaching materials with iPads. Therefore, barcode-labeled smart objects can be very useful not only in libraries but also in other teaching spaces (classroom, lab, gym).

QRpedia is a mobile Web based system which uses QR codes to deliver Wikipedia articles to users, in their preferred language.




QRandGO technically supported the construction of the QR-coded Audio Periodic Table of the Elements (QR-APTE) published in the Journal of Chemical Education (download the QR-APTE).





Twitter in the classroom




Enhancing print books






Lingibli is a free app that uses QR codes for new languages learning.








source: The Daring Lybrarian



source: The Langwitches Blog

source: Bangkok Patana School




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