QR Codes | Common Craft
You’ve probably bought groceries and seen the cashier scan an item to get its price. It works because each product has a code that’s a shortcut. It prevents the cashier from having to look up each item.
Well, these days new kinds of codes are appearing that are scanable with camera phones.
And like a cashier scanner, they create shortcuts to all kinds of information.
This is QR Codes Explained by Common Craft.
QR Codes in Education Home Page
If you’re not familiar with QR codes, they’re the square looking code like in the logo on this page, or the ones you’ll find with each resource on this site. You scan the code using a QR reader app on a smartphone or tablet, and the code can take you to a web site, like the one on the logo does, or do other things, such as send a text, map an address, have contact information, or contain regular text.
BlogBooker – Blog Book
BlogBooker allows you to produce Pdf blog books from all your blog entries and comments. Teachers and students can archive their work in an easy to transport PDF format once the school year or project has ended. Teachers may find this helpful to archive their blog at the end of the year before they reset their blog for a new year of posts and comments.