QR codes help school to publish mobile friendly yearbook

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The Northeast Magnet high school in Wichita is using quick response codes and augmented reality, this year. Justin Bell, an educator and yearbook advisor from the Northeast Magnet high school in Wichita, Nebraska, has helped this year’s yearbook committee to be able to publish an edition that features QR codes and augmented reality features to ensure that it won’t simply become a dust collector. According to Bell, the current generation isn’t satisfied with simply looking at printed photos. He explained that “nowadays this generation doesn’t just speak in pictures,” and…

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Texas high school leverages QR codes to keep up with students

QR Code Used in Yearbooks

QR codes are making their way to this year’s addition of Lufkin High School’s yearbook. The Texas-based high school will be using the codes in an attempt to enrich the yearbook experience, packing even more content into the book’s 500 pages. Tim Krause, yearbook advisor, chose the codes because it will allow the school to exhibit additional pictures and videos without adding to the cost of production. The yearbook, called Fang, is one of the largest in the nation and one of the very first to use QR codes. According…

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