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QR Codes, Mobile Devices and UDL

Presentation by Lesley McGilligan & Julie Osherow at Closing the Gap, 2012
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on 10 January 2016

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Transcript of QR Codes, Mobile Devices and UDL

In your community...
How to generate
a QR Code
Tools to scan
http://www.pixton.com/comic/btvce3xq
UDL
http://www.cast.org
wikipedia article on QR codes
QR Code =
Quick Response Code
matrix barcode
2D
QR Codes, Mobile Devices and UDL:
Transform Your Instructional Practices!
Julie Osherow, M. Ed.
Computer Access Facilitator
Special School District of St. Louis County
Lesley McGilligan, M.S. CCC-SLP
Augmentative Communication Facilitator
Special School District of St. Louis County
www.scanlife.com
You need:
a mobile device (cell
phone, ipad, blackberry, etc.)
with a built-in camera
OR
A desktop
computer with a
camera
http://bit.ly/VCT2xF
1. Link to a visual support with auditory instructions
How it might be used:
2. Link to auditory
instructions
3. Link to a visual scene with auditory instructions
http://www.audioboo.com
http://www.jumpscan.com
How it might be used:
1. Link to teacher's contact information
2. Link to student's contact information for emergencies
What do you
need to get
started?
http://qrcode.kaywa.com
http://www.syncrocloud.com/qrcodesinspecialeducation
Link to text
Link To Audio
Link to Text Message
Link to a video (URL)
For other options, go to
AND
A barcode reader app, such as Red Laser
QR code on a worksheet-linked to a YouTube video
http://bit.ly
youtube.com/watch?v=GFa1K4ASjac&feature=pyv&ad=3901113013&kw=american%20revolution&safety_mode=true&persist_safety_mode=1&safe=active
http://bit.ly/Td9OQz
http://bit.ly/Td9OQz.qr
http://www.bosqweb.net/en/QR-code-generator
Conversation starters
http://azonmobile.com/qrcode-generator
QR Code automatically creates a text
message to a specified phone number
http://www.dansl.net/blog/2010/desktop-qr-code-reader/
Link to a video (URL)
on a desktop/laptop
Link to text:
Contact Information
How it might be used:
1. Link to website:
- removes typing barrier
- removes mouse skills barrier
- increases independence!
How it might be used:
1. Students work in groups
to scan codes linked to a
topic of conversation.
2. Students work in pairs
to scan codes linked to
a question to practice
conversational skills
Link To Audio:
Instructions
http://www.qrvoice.net
Digitized voice on
Google Translate
Link To Audio:
School Labels
http://www.qrvoice.net
How it might be used:
1. Link to audio of room names/numbers
2. Link to audio of
staff names
3. Link to audio-labeling items around the school
http://www.classtools.net/QR/
Link to text:
Scavenger Hunt
Activities with QR Codes
Link to a video (URL)
How it might be used:
1. Link to a video to:
- prompt prior a task
- demonstrate how to use
equipment
- preview a social situation
QR taken too far?
Link to a phone call
http://goqr.me/
http://www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog/
SAMR
Dr. Ruben Puentedura
Link to a social story:
Google Drive (URL)
How it might be used:
1. Link to an assignment
2. Link to a social story
3. Link to a PowerPoint
traditional barcode
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