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Uçak, Esra – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2019
The present study aims to investigate the opinions of prospective science teachers about the use of QR codes in the teaching materials that they prepared in the "Instructional Technologies and Material Development" course. The study group consists of 38 (32 female, 6 male) 3rd-year prospective science teachers who attended the…
Descriptors: Instructional Materials, Science Teachers, Science Education, Foreign Countries
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Durak, Gurhan; Ozkeskin, E. Emre; Ataizi, Murat – Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 2016
Technological advances brought applications of innovations to education. Conventional education increasingly flourishes with new technologies accompanied by more learner active environments. In this continuum, there are learners preferring self-learning. Traditional learning materials yield attractive, motivating and technologically enhanced…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Foreign Countries, Coding, Technology Uses in Education
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Abdul Rabu, Siti Nazleen; Hussin, Haniza; Bervell, Brandford – Education and Information Technologies, 2019
The integration of Quick Response (QR) codes in classrooms have been identified as an important tool in promoting active as well as distributed learning, especially in higher education. Even though the versatility of this technology within the educational milieu cannot be over-emphasized, the initial perceptions of students who are at the centre…
Descriptors: Coding, Technology Uses in Education, Higher Education, Technology Integration
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Shumack, Kellie A.; Reilly, Erin; Chamberlain, Nik – Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators, 2013
Quick response codes (or QR codes) are similar to bar codes, except that a QR code has the ability to handle more characters, requires one 10th of the space, has error-correction capacity, and can be read from any direction. These codes are used in manufacturing, shipping, and marketing, as well as in education. QR codes can be created to produce…
Descriptors: Physical Activities, Physical Education, Learning Activities, Games
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Ahearn, Caitlin – Knowledge Quest, 2014
With some thought and direction, QR (quick response) codes are a great tool to use in school libraries to enhance access to information. From March through April 2013, Caitlin Ahearn interned at Sanborn Regional High School (SRHS) under the supervision of Pam Harland. As a result of Harland's un-Deweying of the nonfiction collection at SRHS,…
Descriptors: School Libraries, Access to Information, Classification, Library Services
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Del Rosario-Raymundo, Maria Rowena – Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 2017
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the use of QR codes as mobile learning tools and examine factors that impact on their usefulness, acceptability and feasibility in assisting the nurses' learning. Design/Methodology/Approach: Study participants consisted of 14 regular, full-time, board-certified LR nurses. Over a two-week period,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Nurses, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices
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Ali, Nagla; Santos, Ieda M.; Areepattamannil, Shaljan – Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology - TOJET, 2017
Quick Response (QR) codes have been discussed in the literature as adding value to teaching and learning. Despite their potential in education, more research is needed to inform practice and advance knowledge in this field. This paper investigated the integration of the QR code in classroom activities and the perceptions of the integration by…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Student Teacher Attitudes, Handheld Devices
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Thorne, Tristan – TESOL Journal, 2016
The use of mobile devices in the language classroom can help accomplish innumerable learning objectives, yet many teachers regard smartphones and tablets as obstacles to lesson goals. However, as portable technology continues to infiltrate classroom boundaries, it is becoming increasingly clear that educators should find ways to take advantage of…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Handheld Devices, Telecommunications, Coding
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Adkins, Megan; Wajciechowski, Misti R.; Scantling, Ed – Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators, 2013
Quick response codes, better known as QR codes, are small barcodes scanned to receive information about a specific topic. This article explains QR code technology and the utility of QR codes in the delivery of physical education instruction. Consideration is given to how QR codes can be used to accommodate learners of varying ability levels as…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Teaching Methods, Secondary Education, Educational Technology
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Abeywardena, Ishan Sudeera – Journal of Learning for Development, 2017
With the rise of OER and multimedia such as YouTube videos, many academic institutions are becoming mindful of the richness they bring into the teaching and learning process. Given that multimedia resources cannot be directly integrated into printed material, the only available alternative is to print hyperlinks, which teachers and learners can…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Social Media, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Cetner, Michelle – Mathematics Teacher, 2015
For years, many schools and districts have had strict policies banning the use of students' personal electronic devices in classrooms. However, some schools are beginning to embrace the educational value of handheld Web-enabled devices that students already bring to school each day. As teachers begin to explore the educational opportunities that…
Descriptors: Handheld Devices, Telecommunications, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Mogali, Sreenivasulu Reddy; Vallabhajosyula, Ranganath; Ng, Chee Hon; Lim, Darren; Ang, Eng Tat; Abrahams, Peter – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2019
In the past, medical museums played a significant role in anatomy and pathology training. The attraction of medical museums has declined recently due to the emergence of information technology and innovative medical curricula. An innovative mobile learning platform has been developed using quick response (QR) codes for the museum specimens at the…
Descriptors: Museums, Medicine, Anatomy, Pathology
Crompton, Helen; LaFrance, Jason; van 't Hooft, Mark – Learning & Leading with Technology, 2012
A QR (quick-response) code is a two-dimensional scannable code, similar in function to a traditional bar code that one might find on a product at the supermarket. The main difference between the two is that, while a traditional bar code can hold a maximum of only 20 digits, a QR code can hold up to 7,089 characters, so it can contain much more…
Descriptors: Hypermedia, Handheld Devices, Teaching Methods, Educational Technology
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Grande, Marya; Pontrello, Camille – Journal on School Educational Technology, 2016
The purpose of this study was to investigate if teacher candidates could gain knowledge of the principles of Universal Design for Learning by enhancing traditional picture books with Quick Response (QR) codes and to determine if the process of making these enhancements would impact teacher candidates' comfort levels with using technology on both…
Descriptors: Picture Books, Preservice Teachers, Access to Education, Information Technology
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Traser, Courtney J.; Hoffman, Leslie A.; Seifert, Mark F.; Wilson, Adam B. – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2015
The use of quick response (QR) codes within undergraduate university courses is on the rise, yet literature concerning their use in medical education is scant. This study examined student perceptions on the usefulness of QR codes as learning aids in a medical gross anatomy course, statistically analyzed whether this learning aid impacted student…
Descriptors: Anatomy, Medical Education, Technology Uses in Education, Student Attitudes
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