QR Codes and Language Learning

4 08 2006

Fantastic!  A presentation on QR Codes and language learning, delivered by Bill Pellowe at the JALTCALL 2006 Conference.  See accompanying Word document for associated explanation.  This is exactly the kind of thing I’ve always thought would be a breakthrough for mobile teaching and learning.. and here it is in action. 🙂

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14 08 2006
Mobile Learning » Immersive Situated Learning

[…] Semacodes are barcodes that can be read using a normal camera phone (equipped with the right decoding software-many available for free). I’ve been an enthusiastic proponent of the use of 2D-barcodes in education for quite a while (see my blog: here, here, here, here, and here).  2D-barcodes can be used to form a ubiquitous interface between the “real world” and data repositories on a user’s mobile device or the Internet. […]

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