ASTD Alaska Meeting: Social Learning: Are QR Codes Cool?


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About the Speakers & Topic

QR codes are a valuable interactive technology tool that organizations can now use to communicate with clients, colleagues, & employees. By sharing information rapidly, the codes can be used by workplace learning professionals to support training initiatives. When used appropriately in training, QR codes increase conversion optimization & participant engagement, as well as enable participants to find information, learn in teams, & access organizational resources just-in-time. This session will discuss how to create & scan QR codes & use them to share information with clients, colleagues, & training participants.

During this presentation, you will create & use QR codes; identify opportunities to enhance learning through their use; integrate use of QR tagging into existing training; & understand how to use QR codes as a mechanism to improve learning & performance in your organization. You are encouraged have your mobile device ready to use during this session.

Presenter Kella Price, CEO of Price Consulting, offers her perspective via ASTD Distance Learning. Following the recorded portion of the presentation, local trainers will discuss Alaska QR experiences.  You can follow Kella  on Twitter @kellaprice

Join ASTD at Providence Health Center at 11:25 AM. For more details about ASTD & this month’s program (including maps), visit http://www.astdalaska.org. Networking prior to the speaker's time & share business cards. Non-members, you are requested to contribute ten dollars for this presentation. Or join today http://www.astdalaska.org/ASTD-ALASKA-ONLINE/ASTD-ALASKA-ONLINE/Join.html & receive the discount!

 

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  • Louis C.

    QR codes have so many potential uses that only the surface has been scratched. I have a number of ideas of how to use OR codes for a number of things I do. Really expands options.

    1 · September 12, 2013

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