Using QR codes to direct smartphone users to assessments

QR or “Quick Response” codes offer an easy way to direct users of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices to your assessments — and thereby to boost participation in surveys, course evaluations, knowledge checks, quizzes and other assessments.Android phone

There are various ways to create QR codes for Questionmark assessments, but here are the basics: 

  • Create your assessment and generate a URL for it
  • Provide your assessment URL to a service such as bit.ly, orangeqr or goo.gl to generate a short URL for the assessment
  • Copy the short URL in to your browser address bar and append .qr to the end of it
  • Navigate to that page, where you will see a QR code for you to save for future use

See these PowerPoints on SlideShare for more details about using QR codes to launch Questionmark assessments.

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