I was recently an invited speaker at a Higher Education Academy sponsored workshop run by a team at Bournemouth University (a big thank you to David Hopkins – http://twitter.com/hopkinsdavid). I was there to share our experiences of QR Code based location aware learning activities, and talk through some of the developments at UCS.
The event blurb is available from: http://bs1.bmth.ac.uk/QRCodes/
There were a couple of points to transfer back to our practice at UCS.
Firstly, the Business School at Bournemouth University developed a Toolkit for creating, embedding, and monitoring the use of QR Codes. I’ll happily share this with people at UCS, and give this a slight UCS lens, ie., the way we can further support you. For a copy of the toolkit, please email.
Secondly, why not give UniTag (http://unitaglive.com) a try to generate QR Codes which are more visually striking QR Codes (different colours, designs, inclusion of images etc.,)
The session slides from me are linked below:
If you have any questions or thoughts about how you might use QR Codes within your teaching, learning and assessment then please email the Elevate Team.