[teknoids] RE: Fun with qrcodes!

Nelson, Stephen stephen.nelson at marquette.edu
Thu Dec 16 15:28:05 EST 2010

I'm trying to get my head around this. Part of my comprehension problem may be that we do not return exams to students. They may inspect | review their final with their professor, but they don't get to copy it or take it with them.

The exam system prints submitted exams and includes the qrcode.  Are the printed | qrcoded exams then distributed to faculty for grading? Then are the graded exams scanned and the scanner recognizes the code and routed the appropriate exam to the correct student electronically?

I can understand wanting to automate a print to electronic distribution scheme. Is there a saving in time or resources by scanning these?

Steve Nelson
stephen.nelson at marquette.edu
Marquette University Law School
Media & Technology Group
414.213.9620 m

From: teknoids-bounces at ruckus.law.cornell.edu [mailto:teknoids-bounces at ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Tom Ryan
Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 9:15 AM
To: Teknoids
Subject: [teknoids] Fun with qrcodes!

Does anyone use a system to return graded papers/exams to students? (with handwritten comments/etc)

We're getting ready to flip the switch on an enhancement I'm just about finished coding. Essentially, we put a qrcode (in the bottom left and upper right corner) of every page that we print out from our exam admin system. I've then built an inbound system so that we can scan in all of the pages on our copiers and have the graded exams distributed to our students..

I'd love to abandon the paper print outs, but I don't think that's possible yet, so we're adapting.

I'm curious if anyone else is doing something similar and what methods you're using..

Happy Holidays all.

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