The Arboretum and QR Coding

You are invited to use this blog to post ideas, questions, suggestions, links that can help us think about uses QR coding around the UO campus.

In an initial meeting in October 2010 about Next Generation Learning Challenges, it was agreed that UO should aim to produce a campus-scaled proposal that points to various technologically-enriched learning networks in place at UO, then shows how they can be more inclusively linked to create a campus-wide environment that fosters deeper learning, persistent learning, interdisciplinary learning–beginning at the GenEd level and extending through the undergraduate years.

Another group of faculty, librarians, and research administrators convened in February 2011 to discuss various ways to apply QR codes to UO artworks, exhibits, buildings, trees, and so on in order to reveal rich and often hidden information to the UO community, and provoke greater interactivity in the learning environment indoors and outdoors.

Email Robert Long (rohilong[at]uoregon[dot]edu) for more information about meetings about QR initiatives, as well as about becoming a contributor to The Arboretum.





About roberthilllong

I publish photography, poetry, prose poetry, and flash fiction as Robert Hill Long. I work at the University of Oregon, and can be contacted here: rohilong [at] uoregon [dot] edu.
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