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Class Tech Tips: Shomi Links: Scannable Technology for Teachers

Because Shomi uses a font based link it can go into a line of text or any other small space on a page with a simple cut and paste.
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I’m a huge fan of scannable technology because it makes it easy for students to access material you’ve handpicked for them to view. Shomi is a tool that lets users create a font based link reminiscent of a QR code. Teachers can make Shomi links and students can scan with the Shomi app. Because Shomi uses a font based link it can go into a line of text or any other small space on a page with a simple cut and paste.

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Shomi lets users edit links they’ve made and track links to see if they are being used. Scannable technology has a huge potential for increasing access to resources for students in any learning environment. Teachers can connect students to websites, videos, or any content hosted on the web.

Learn more by visiting Shomi’s website or checkout this video of Shomi in action!

cross posted at classtechtips.com

Monica Burns is a fifth grade teacher in a 1:1 iPad classroom. Visit her website at classtechtips.com for creative education technology tips and technology lesson plans aligned to the Common Core Standards.

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