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Four Ways QR Codes Could Revolutionize Education [Headlines]

Four Ways QR Codes Could Revolutionize Education [Headlines]

Good.is highlights ways in which QR codes can be used to enhance education for students, parents, and teachers.

Amelia Riley Swan
  • 6 september 2011

Quick Response (QR) codes are beginning to pop up on city buses, in museum exhibits, and just about anywhere people need easy access to information. But we’re only beginning to scratch the surface of how they can be used to improve the formal educational experience. As the number of Americans, particularly students, with smartphones continues to grow, here are four ways QR codes could revolutionize learning in the next decade. Good.is

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