Alan recently started thinking about QR codes and we have consequently joined a QR JISC LTIG project which is just starting at Bath University. Led by Andy Ramsden, the project will encourage a wide range of uses of QR codes, produce case studies and evaluate their uses. These uses can be with students in lectures, practicals, tutorials or other learning situations, or administrative, functional or for other activities such as marketing.
We will have our first meeting on 26 January 2009 11am – 1pm and so far have staff involved from the Library, ITS, Student Learning Centre, School of Biological Sciences and Beyond Distance Research Alliance. We are already starting to think of some uses and hope to develop even more ideas at the meeting in January.
All suggestions welcome!
Update 15 December – thanks to Roger at 2d code who pointed out that I had made a data matrix code, not a QR code. I’ve now replaced the image above with a QR code and learnt the difference between the two!