Thursday, October 6, 2011

QR Codes Part 3: Mobile Scanning Apps and Demo

So in this, Part 3 of my series on using QR codes to deliver engaging messages, stimuli and visuals to students during sessions, you'll get to see what it looks like when you scan a code with a mobile device.  Check out the video here:


So, that video pretty much sums it up.  The app I used there (for iOS, iPod Touch w/camera, iPad, iPhone) was Scan, and another I have used successfully is RedLaser (both are free).  Android peeps, I hear Barcode Scanner works well, but not having an Android device, I can't vouch for anything.

Next week I'll be sharing some more ideas about using QR codes in therapy, including sharing an image through QR, lessons using QR related to the Social Thinking® curriculum, and other tidbits.

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