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Our students are working on an author study unit in school and I recently taught them how to make QR codes using Delivr. The students are adding the QR codes to their 3D timelines and having the QR codes link to different websites and videos about their author’s life.
The students love it and are shocked at how easy it is to make QR codes. They asked me if there was a way to make QR codes from a recording of their voice. I had showed them QRvoice which is great but only limits them to 100 characters. The teacher I was working with Ms. Alloway was talking with her friend a World Languages Teacher and she told her about Vocaroo. It is game changing! Not only can you record yourself or upload any audio clip but there is no time limit! After you save the code you then have tons of options on how to save it, from putting it on facebook to making a link to the recording. The coolest is that you can save it as a QR code and it automatically makes you a code which you can then save and print out! There are so many cool ways that you can use this in your classroom:
-originally published on teachercast.net
Elissa Malespina is the High School Librarian at Verona High School and a Presenter, Author and much more. The views are my own. Find my full resume above.