The level of student engagement with QR Codes: findings from a cross institutional survey

Andrew Ramsden

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Abstract

The intention was to answer the following questions; Do students know what a QR Code is? Have they accessed a QR Code on their mobile device? How appealing are QR Codes for entering mobile information? Would students access learning materials on their mobile phones?
The findings will help inform the appropriate design for effective QR Code based learning activities and campus tours. The findings suggest, when compared to the results of a previous survey; students are becoming more aware of QR Codes, more students have experienced scanning a QR Code on their device, they find the use of QR Codes to access information very appealing compared to manual entry of information on their phone, and they are not enthusiastic to spend their own money on accessing learning materials on their mobile phones and would prefer to access them on a computer
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationBath, U. K.
PublisherUniversity of Bath
StatusPublished - 2010

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The level of student engagement with QR Codes : findings from a cross institutional survey. / Ramsden, Andrew.

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Ramsden, Andrew. / The level of student engagement with QR Codes : findings from a cross institutional survey. Bath, U. K. : University of Bath, 2010.
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