This is a poorly presented, and inferior version, of a google docs presentation that was originally created by Tom Barrett
Thank you for sharing your thoughts. First, I need to clarify: I did not create this google docs presentation. I did feel it was valuable and reposted for my readers. However, based on this feedback, I did a search for Mr. Barrett's information and I did find this site that looks amazing: http://edte.ch/blog/?s=qr+codes. I encourage everyone to take a look at it for a thorough set of resources for QR Codes.Thank you for sharing this information.
Thanks for sharing. It's always interesting to see the many ways QR codes can be used. I've written a few posts on ways to use QR codes in the classroom that others might find interesting as well. Attach Video Segments to Handouts Through QR Codes (http://www.mediacastblog.com/attach-video-to-handouts/) and Book Trailers and QR Codes (http://www.mediacastblog.com/book-trailers/)