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QR Codes

TRY reading this!

QR stands for – QUICK RESPONSE

QR Codes can hold information such as url’s, text, GEO coordinates, phone numbers, SMS etc. These codes are beginning to be used in a whole range of environments today eg shop front displays, catalogues, libraries on business cards and much more.

For information on how to read these codes I suggest clicking on the following link and this will take you directly to Jeanette Davies Oliver library support page.

Jeanette has provided a range of links to suitable apps that enable you to be able to read these QR codes from both Mac computers and mobile learning devices eg iPhone ipads.

One of my favourite QR generators is     http://delivr.com/qr-code-generator

My favourite QR readers for iPhone or ipod touch is QR Reader or Qrafter (both are free apps)

Click on the image below to go to Jeanette’s Library support blog for further info on QR codes.

 

Here is a link to a wonderful blog entry and links to a QR CODE TREASURE HUNT GENERATOR

Scootle is now integrating with the Australian Curriculum.
You can now browse curriculum content descriptions, find Australian Curriculum aligned resources and create your own collaborative workspaces and learning paths.

Click here to read more about these new features and Australian Curriculum Connect

If your school has not registered for SCOOTLE as yet –  Click here to access information on how to do so.

TWITTER

Easy as 1,2,3…

1. Take a few photos with your iphone, digital camera, laptop etc

2. Import them into iPhoto and create a new album – if you want text slides in thie movie, go into word or keynote and create the text. You can either take a snapshot of this text – using Shift-command-4  OR you can export the page as a jpeg

3. Select a theme for the slideshow – and the music. Then export

 

 

Want to upload videos larger than 4MB ?

You can easily upload videos to your Posterous blog via email. Posterous will accept avi, mp4 and mov formats. If you are emailing through the CEO mail this will only allow files up to 4MB.

If you do wish to be able to upload larger files here is a tip.

1. Create a  gmail account
2. Register with posterous adding this new email address (possibly change username slightly)
3. Login to your existing posterous account and add your new username and email to this account. In settings enter the permissions as a ‘administrator’.
Gmail will allow you to upload videos up to 25MB

Try this and feedback to the blog any successes or problems.

 

 

Xtranormal

If you can type – You can make a movie…

 

 

 

 

 

 

Video Tutorial

Vodpod videos no longer available.


Set-up Information


more about “Welcome “, posted with vodpod


To help celebrate Literacy and Numeracy Week the Catholic Education Office invites schools to participate in the following competition:

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     ‘Focus On Literature’

  Digital Literature Review

   Competition: Years 3 – 10



Students are invited to create a literature review on a text of their choice and are required to present this in a digital format. They may select from a variety of literature ranging from digital or traditional fiction or non-fiction texts, graphic novels, multimodal texts and films.

To support teachers in this process we have provided teacher information package which includes