QR Code generators
You have many options for creating QR codes. Some are free and some are fee-based. Here are a few of the free QR code generators that I have used.
QR Code Tutorials
Ideas for using QR Codes
- For marketing purposes, shorten the same URL with both Google and bitly and release them in different venues. Use usage statistics to see which is reaching more people.
- Links to videos:
- Integrate research into substantive classes with QR codes that link to related research tutorials.
- CALI QR Codes
- Library/Campus tours
- How to set up wireless printing
- Link to "How to use this resource" in the stacks
- Contact information
- Put on your door so if a student drops by, they can scan your QR Code, which will automatically open an email addressed to you
- Syllabus/1st Day readings posted on your door
- Event Advertising
- Bookmarks with information like how to renew your books
- Scavenger Hunt clues
- QR Codes: Uses in Libraries - http://www.libsuccess.org/index.php?title=QR_Codes
- 101 Uses for Quick Response (QR) Codes: Creating Audience Engagement with the Next Killer US App - http://blog.greattv.com/2010/06/101-uses-for-quick-response-qr-codes-creating-audience-engagement-with-the-next-killer-us-app/
Chris Lehan, Hit the Mark, American Printer, May 1, 2011 - http://americanprinter.com/mag/printing_hit_mark_0511/
Gwyneth Anne Bronwynne Jones, Hot QR Codes in the Classroom & Library, The Daring Librarian, Dec. 11, 2010, http://www.thedaringlibrarian.com/2010/12/hot-qr-codes-in-classroom-library.html