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This is a poorly presented, and inferior version, of a google docs presentation that was originally created by Tom Barrett
Thank you for sharing your thoughts. First, I need to clarify: I did not create this google docs presentation. I did feel it was valuable and reposted for my readers. However, based on this feedback, I did a search for Mr. Barrett’s information and I did find this site that looks amazing: http://edte.ch/blog/?s=qr+codes. I encourage everyone to take a look at it for a thorough set of resources for QR Codes.
Thank you for sharing this information.
Thanks for sharing. It’s always interesting to see the many ways QR codes can be used. I’ve written a few posts on ways to use QR codes in the classroom that others might find interesting as well. Attach Video Segments to Handouts Through QR Codes (http://www.mediacastblog.com/attach-video-to-handouts/) and Book Trailers and QR Codes (http://www.mediacastblog.com/book-trailers/)
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