QR Code Loo Reviews & Pocket Videos
Loo Reviews & Pocket Videos!
Test this idea first by scanning the above left code!
The Lowdown on How To in 4 Easy Steps!
2. Sneaky Trick Grab the right SchoolTube video URL to create your QR code. If you just grab the one that's in the URL bar or in the Share direct link your QR code will go to the channel page & the video will be small. BUT...if you do the following sneaky trick you will get the full screen video!
Again, IGNORE the short url! I paste the whole code in an email compose screen, then cut out just embed url.
3. Code Me
Now, with that URL in your computer memory, go to QR Code Monkey and create your QR code! The cool thing with QR Code Monkey is that you can add a square graphic to the middle of your code. So, I made the graphics for this project using another fav monkey, PicMonkey! LOVE them!
Next, use this graphic in a MS Word document that says, Don't Scan This! (I'm oppositional defiant, that works with me every time!) laminae & post around your school! I also included directions on how to download my favourite i-nigma QR code reader and for the Loo Reivews I included a funny Horrible Histories Rotten Roman potty centric video on my poster just for immature scatalogical laughs & fun trivia! Another tip, for the Loo Reviews, I put the words: Guys & Gals on the top of the posters so I wouldn't have to scan it to make sure that I got the right book trailer in the right john!
Then, as shown on left, I made popout captions with ComicLife that I can print out on NEON paper, cut out & paste at the corner advertising that this book & others are available at the library, visit today (with a pass! ;-P) Check out my posters on Slideshare! Also feel free to check out the Loo Review Flickr gallery also has all the graphics & at larger sizes! As always, Take, Use, Share!
I'd LOVE to hear in the comments on Twitter what you're doing with QR codes, book trailers, book promotions, and more!
Links, Credits, Resources, & SNARK!
Thanks to my new favourite new resources Scoop.it! and the great scoops from Jamie Forshey aka @Edutech20 I found out about the QR Code generator called QR Code Monkey!
Great idea from one of my fav Tweeps!