Step 1: Log into your Google Drive account. Step 2: Create a new spreadsheet. Step 3: Label Column A “Message.” Step 4: Label Column B “QR Code.” Step 5: Enter some text or URLs in column A. Step 6: In Cell B2, enter this formula (or copy and paste it.) =image("https://chart.googleapis.com/chart?chs=150x150&cht=qr&chl=" & A2) Step 7: Press Enter and a QR code … Continue reading 10 Steps To Auto Generate QR Codes in Google Spreadsheets!
I've posted a couple of articles in the past about QR codes in the classroom, and I've found that they can be an engaging, hands-on way to disseminate information to students. Today, I want to share a new QR tool that will allow you to use these codes in the classroom in a new way. … Continue reading QR Voice: A Picture Is Worth A 100 Characters
QR codes have been growing in popularity in the news, in social media, and in education. Recently, I came across this great generator from ClassTools that allows you to develop scavenger hunts using QR codes paired with individual questions. Here's how it works. First, create the quiz: Make sure you have your students download a QR … Continue reading QR Code Scavenger Hunt Generator
What are QR codes? QR stands for Quick Response, and is essentially a visual hyperlink. When you come upon a QR code, simply take a picture of it or scan it on your smartphone (apps that read QR codes are free and easy to download). Then, the QR code will automatically redirect you to a … Continue reading QR Codes in the Classroom and 8 Classroom Uses