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Description Screencasting is a capture of the video output of a computer. These are typically used to instruct others how to do something with a computer.
Author(s) Stan Skrabut (skrabutTalk)
Email Stan Skrabut
Location Room 120
University of Wyoming, College of Agriculture
Phone 307-766-3722
Last Updated 29 April, 2011



QR Codes are similar to bar codes. QR Codes make it possible to access Web sites and messages through a camera phone. It makes it possible to extend the physical world to the virtual world.

Here is a QR Code to Stan Skrabut's LinkedIn page:


Essential Requirements

In order to use QR codes, you will need a camera phone with a QR code reader installed. This may be a application that you install or a pre-installed application.

To create QR codes, you simply need a QR code generator.


The only required equipment is the camera phone. Not all phones are compatible. Here are some lists that will help you determine if your phone will be able to use the QR code reading software:


Software for QR code reading can be found at

Software for QR code generating can be found at

Learning resources information

Reading List

Key Web links

Guides and Beginner Instructions

Here are a number of great guides to help you better understand QR Codes and its capabilities.


Here are a number of great ideas for using QR Codes in a business environment.


Here are a number of great ideas for using QR codes in a education environment.

Other Ideas


Video Tutorials

Here is a collection of videos that will help you understand and use QR Codes.