I am just learning all the great things I can do with my iPad, and there is so much to learn! There's just so much I don't know, and I'm not sure where to start. I've watched so many YouTube videos on the iPad and its uses. I literally find myself getting lost for hours looking and downloading apps for use in the classroom. I feel a bit overwhelmed...happy but it's just too much information at once! Does anyone else feel like this?

 

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QR stands for quick read.  They are similar in appearance to bar codes.  They are used as a graphical shortcut to URLs.  They are showing up everywhere from magazines to strawberry containers.  There are apps for smartphones, iPads and iPods to read the codes.

 

I agree with your feeling of being overwhelmed.  I am working on an iPod rollout and there is so much information sometimes I feel like I am trying to drink from a fire hose.  Someone did tell me about an app called App Shopper that alerts you to popular apps and lets you know if they go on sale.

Thanks, Laura. I got a chuckle out of your message...drinking from a fire hose. I have also noticed the bar codes on everything, and now I have a better understanding. I will be using the iPad this year in my gifted classes, and it's funny to learn that my students know more about the iPad than I do! However, I am making an effort to learn as much as I can. It really is a great tool to use.
Thanks, Gavin! I just attended a conference and learned how to scan them. Now, there are QR codes everywhere I look. I really didn't notice their purpose until now. Will wonders never cease?

Re QR codes - I have various bookmarks - see the Diigo list or the Evernote shared notebook.

 

(I love both Evernote and Diigo - I have only just started using Evernote shared notebooks as a way of sharing with others - wondering if this is actually better than a Diigo list for the purpose?)

 

Choices choices! Any thoughts anyone?

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