Easy QR Codes for Students

For Thing 11 I posted about creating QR codes for the library. Unfortunately I found it challenging that with Kaywa you can only create 5 free codes. In my quest for another generator I found QRStuff and quickly fell in love. No signin is needed. You can shorten and print your code all in one step. There are many other options I didn’t try. My students were quickly able to create their own codes which we then taped in the books. Tomorrow we use the iPads to watch each others videos.


About Kim Nemeth

Hello and welcome to my blog. I am a High School Library Media Specialist in beautiful Saratoga Springs New York. I am an avid reader and am addicted to learning. This blog was originally started as part of the Cool Tools for Schools project in 2012. Since then I have continued to participate in Cool Tools for Schools and add my thoughts here. I found this blog to be an excellent place to refer to when I needed an idea or had a tick mark in my head and needed a reminder. I would love comments and feedback on my posts. Enjoy!
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1 Response to Easy QR Codes for Students

  1. Dee Portzer says:

    Kim, you have so much energy and so many terrific ideas!

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