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CIS Perspectives | Embedding Transdisciplinary Learning into QR Codes
Posted 02/02/2018 10:15

 

 
Have you read the latest entry in CIS Perspectives?
 

EMBEDDING TRANSDISCIPLINARY LEARNING INTO QR CODES

by Jason Hanslo, International School of Gabon Ruban Vert

During my university days I always had a soft spot for technology. As a student, on a student budget, I would spend a great deal of time finding out the cost of groceries by scanning their barcodes. The fact that those zebra stripes of varying lengths could hold a lot of information at once was mind-boggling at first, but after much research and understanding I started understanding their applications. The idea to use it one day was short-lived by the introduction of QR codes.

Quick response codes were invented in 1994 as a quick response to finding newly manufactured vehicles. It has evolved from being just another barcode by being user-friendly in that it can be scanned using a…

 

 


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