A QR code can include a range of things including audio, text, PDF, and internet connections. Teachers can use QR codes for education for different purposes. They can use QR codes in the classroom, for sharing project materials with students, digital slideshows, in libraries, and more. Using QR codes in the classroom can benefit both the teachers and students. Assume a math instructor wants to use online software to help students learn. It has a URL and every pupil must manually enter the URL. Getting the entire class up to speed can waste important teaching time. How can we use QR codes to address this problem?
- You only need to print out a QR Code that contains the URL to the online Math program.
- Students just need hold this QR code up to the computer's camera, and they will be taken to the program. Similarly, teachers can save time by using QR codes in the classroom, to link to other commonly used programs in the classroom.
Website URL QR codes for EducationCreating a QR code that links to your web page or online content is easy. Here are the steps:
- First, go to https://www.qrstuff.com/?type=website and have the “Website URL” data type pre-selected from the Data Type section.
- Next, in the Content Section, paste the URL of the web page or online content that you want to link.
- Lastly, wait for the QR code to finish processing. Once done, you can then download your website URL QR code.
YouTube Video QR codes for EducationQR codes are not only useful inside the classroom. They can be utilized anywhere in the school or campus. For example, using QR codes can help in giving video responses for books in the library. Video responses are useful in libraries. It gives people an idea if a book is worth reading. Creating a QR code for a video response is easy. You just need to record a video of students or library members that already read the book. After that, upload the video on a file or video-sharing website.
Uploading Video to YouTubeTo upload a video to YouTube, go to the top of the page and click the Upload button. You'll be sent to a new page where you can begin uploading videos from your computer or mobile device. You have the option of making the video public, private, or unlisted, as well as scheduling the actual publishing. You may also make changes to the video's title, description, sharing options, and tags as needed. After you've finished uploading, simply click "Publish" to publish your video on YouTube. There are options to add foreign language translations to your movies, as well as other sophisticated options to further tailor the sharing process.
Creating YouTube Video QR codesYou'll need either the YouTube video's entire URL or its video ID for this stage.
- First, go to https://www.qrstuff.com/?type=youtube and have the “YouTube” data type pre-selected from the Data Type section.
- Next, scroll down to the content section and type or copy and paste the video ID or video URL into one of the input fields.
- When you're finished, simply click "Download QR Code" to download it to your device.