To snag your own, click here, and then head back to the blog to learn more about editing the Power Point so that your students can access their favorite sites in a snap.
Editing your own password rings
You probably have more than 6 students, so you’ll need to create extra copies of the page by right clicking on the slide and selecting “Duplicate Slide.”
After you enter the information your students will need to log in, you can replace my sample QR code with one of your own by right clicking on each one and selecting “Change Picture.” Of course, you can always delete these codes, but I love using them because students can scan them and go directly to the site without having to type in the web address.
Once you’re there, copy and paste the web address of the site you want your students to go to in the box. Be sure to select “Static” because you will only receive a few dynamic codes for free before you’re required to pay for the service. Next, click “Generate” and you’ll receive a QR code that can be saved to your computer. Simply right click on the code and select “Save image as…” After you save the image to your computer, you'll be ready to add your own QR code to your students' cards.