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Ahmed, Waleed; Zaneldin, Essam – Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 2019
Purpose: This paper aims to use quick response (QR) code along with online videos to teach one of the college foundation courses in an international institution to enhance the grasp of the students and to boost the students' learning outcomes. Design/methodology/approach: The study discussed and elaborated the findings that mainly focused on the…
Descriptors: College Students, Introductory Courses, Technology Uses in Education, Video Technology
Rikala, Jenni – International Association for Development of the Information Society, 2014
The aim of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of Quick Response (QR) codes and mobile devices in the context of Finnish basic education. The feasibility was analyzed through a mobile learning framework, which includes the core characteristics of mobile learning. The study is part of a larger research where the aim is to develop a…
Descriptors: Coding, Feasibility Studies, Case Studies, Electronic Learning
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Gao, Yuan; Liu, Tzu-Chien; Paas, Fred – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2016
This study compared the effects of effortless selection of target plants using quick respond (QR) code technology to effortful manual search and selection of target plants on learning about plants in a mobile device supported learning environment. In addition, it was investigated whether the effectiveness of the 2 selection methods was…
Descriptors: Plants (Botany), Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Short Term Memory
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Palazón, José; Giráldez, Andrea – International Journal of Music Education, 2018
This article presents an experiment with a group of secondary school music students in Spain. We used music score sheets enriched with Quick Response codes as a resource for the practice required to play a musical instrument. The first group (n = 56) was compared with another group (n = 56) that used traditional resources (textbooks and compact…
Descriptors: Music, Music Education, Foreign Countries, Secondary School Students
Vigil, Kathleen Murray – ProQuest LLC, 2017
This study explored the potential benefits and barriers of using quick response (QR) codes as a means by which to provide audio materials to middle-school students learning Spanish as a foreign language. Eleven teachers of Spanish to middle-school students created transmedia materials containing QR codes linking to audio resources. Students…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Middle School Students, Preservice Teachers, Inservice Teacher Education
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Siegle, Del – Gifted Child Today, 2015
QR codes are two-dimensional square patterns that are capable of coding information that ranges from web addresses to links to YouTube video. The codes save time typing and eliminate errors in entering addresses incorrectly. These codes make learning with technology easier for students and motivationally engage them in news ways.
Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Academically Gifted, Talent, Coding
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Dressler, Virginia A.; Kan, Koon-Hwee – Journal of Museum Education, 2018
Theoretical and practical implications of incorporating Quick Response (QR) codes in a traveling international art exhibition are addressed in this paper. Blending the physical and virtual dimensions, the exhibition undergirded a pilot study of the integration of technology into traditional museum settings in both China and the United States. The…
Descriptors: Museums, Case Studies, Teaching Methods, Technology Integration
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van 't Hooft, Mark – Social Education, 2013
One of the challenges that social studies educators face daily is how to make student learning relevant. Digital technologies can play an important role by connecting what happens in the classroom to the world beyond. One way to do this is by turning students into producers of information and having them create content rather than simply consume.…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Educational Technology, Local History, Student Research
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Chung, Tingting; Wilsey, Stephanie; Mykita, Alexandra; Lesgold, Elaine; Bourne, Jennifer – International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, 2019
Purpose: Mobile technologies, such as QR codes, play a particularly important role in scaffolding the child user's active learning in informal environments. The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of QR code scanning on two informal learning outcomes: increased interest and greater knowledge understanding. Design/methodology/approach:…
Descriptors: Information Technology, Telecommunications, Coding, Informal Education
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Hill, Paul; Mills, Rebecca; Peterson, GaeLynn; Smith, Janet – Journal of Extension, 2013
The use of smartphones has drastically increased in recent years, heralding an explosion in the use of QR codes. The black and white square barcodes that link the physical and digital world are everywhere. These simple codes can provide many opportunities to connect people in the physical world with many of Extension online resources. The…
Descriptors: Extension Education, Technology Uses in Education, Coding, Handheld Devices
Rikala, Jenni; Kankaanranta, Marja – International Association for Development of the Information Society, 2014
The aim of this case study was to explore the feasibility of the Quick Response (QR) codes and mobile devices in the context of Finnish basic education. The interest was especially to explore how mobile devices and QR codes can enhance and blend teaching and learning. The data were collected with a teacher interview and pupil surveys. The learning…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Case Studies, Classroom Techniques, Classroom Environment
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Nunes, Rhewter; de Bem Oliveira, Ivone; de Araújo Dias, Priscila; Bidinotto, Alexandre Borges; de Campos Telles, Mariana Pires – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2021
In this paper, we propose and describe a new approach, named BarcodingGO, to teach environmental DNA and bioinformatics concepts to undergraduate or graduate students in molecular biology-related fields. The learning pipeline proposed here aims to solve a simulated environmental monitoring problem, in which a biodiversity survey of a particular…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, College Science, College Students, Molecular Biology
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Yip, Tor; Melling, Louise; Shaw, Kirsty J. – Journal of Chemical Education, 2016
An online instructional database containing information on commonly used pieces of laboratory equipment was created. In order to make the database highly accessible and to promote its use, QR codes were utilized. The instructional materials were available anytime and accessed using QR codes located on the equipment itself and within undergraduate…
Descriptors: Biochemistry, Computer Software Evaluation, Courseware, Online Courses
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Kane, Danielle; Schneidewind, Jeff – Public Services Quarterly, 2011
As part of a focused, methodical, and evaluative approach to emerging technologies, QR codes are one of many new technologies being used by the UC Irvine Libraries. QR codes provide simple connections between print and virtual resources. In summer 2010, a small task force began to investigate how QR codes could be used to provide information and…
Descriptors: Academic Libraries, Electronic Libraries, Library Services, Coding
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Gradel, Kathleen; Edson, Alden J. – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2013
As higher education grapples with addressing the 21st century needs of learners, technology is a pervasive concern. Waters (2012) painted a picture of three historical "screens," namely the television screen, the computer monitor, and today's mobile device screen. As mobile devices become increasingly commonplace in the workplace and on the…
Descriptors: Hypermedia, Technology Integration, Internet, Higher Education
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