Marie Sabol”s session, “Using QR Codes to Support the Curriculum”
Description: Provide easy access to web content for your students, teachers and parents by using QR codes. QR codes are easy to produce and link. This session will provide many ideas for using QR codes in schools and the tools to produce the QR codes.
Marie hopes attendees will be able to: create a QR code link to a web site.
Annette K. learned “how to use and create QR codes” and plans to “start using it in our media center.”
Connie C. learned “about QR codes” and plans to “learn more.”
Debbie R. learned “how to generate QR codes” and plans to “do this with my library.”
Dexter L. learned “how to use QR codes” and plans to “use as professional development in school.”
Diane K. learned “history, current uses, examples, and QR codes” and plans to “use QR codes in library with middle school.”
Jan D. learned “how to create and use QR codes” and plans to “use them for book reviews – link to my website.”
Laura D. learned “so much about how to use and generate” and plans to “start using a few QR codes for book enhancement and lesson instruction.”
Mary Ann P. learned “what QR codes are and how to generate and use them” and plans to “try making some for our libraries!”
Stephanie B. learned “about QR codes – how to generate” and plans to “generate QR codes for Dayton Holocaust Resources Center exhibit pieces.”
Tracy S. learned “how to use QQR codes in my library” and plans to “survey teachers and students on how they might best be used in our district; share what I learned today.”