Design, Creation and Implementation of QR's Code Virtual Observatory


During the academic year 2011/12 and 2012/13 a group of teachers1, is conducting a teaching innovation project is to design, produce, implement and evaluate the usefulness of QR codes in education, using the network Facebook2. The observatory houses a large amount of QR codes, according to the following taxonomy proposed by the students participating in the study: food and beverages, art, banking, shoes, movies, shopping, personal care, education, electronics, events, information, real estate, jewelry, toys, books, newspapers, comics, logistics and transportation, furniture and decor, fashion, music, artwork, stationery, catering, health, snuff, vehicles, cars, and travel. Finally, we developed a virtual space (workspace) of good practice in the use of these new resources 2.0.


Códigos QR; innovación docente; trabajo colaborativo


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