The Business School and Bournemouth University, in partnership with the Higher Education Academy (HEA) is pleased to announce a workshop on January 31st, 2012, on “Using QR Codes in Higher Education”, along with Dr. Milena Bobeva (@milenabobeva) of Bournemouth University and Andy Ramsden (@andyramsden) of University Campus Suffolk.
The workshop is
“… designed to take you on a journey of discovery, tailored to your own QR-experience. It is suitable for both people who are new to the QR-concept and those who have substantial experience and would like to build a network to extend the use of QR Codes in education through collaboration in joint projects.
Funding from the HE Academy (HEA), as part of their funding call in 2011, has made it possible to offer the opportunity for knowledge transfer and development of new skills and ideas through networking with people interested in QR Codes as a new form of communication channel.
“David and Milena will be joined by other respected QR experts such as Andy Ramsden of University Campus Suffolk to discuss with you the challenges and good practice in using the codes effectively.”
Tickets are limited and are based on a first-come basis and tickets can be obtained (for free) from the Workshop website (http://bs1.bmth.ac.uk/QRCodes). We will also be using Twitter and LinkedIn for networking and communications, links for these (and tickets) are below:
If you have any queries on the workshop then please contact our central email address of firstname.lastname@example.org – I will however reply to any comment/question left on my blog here :)
Download the workshop poster here:
You can follow our progress website (link above) and on the dedicated page I’ve set up below: