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First ever QR Code Scavenger Hunt at Addlestone Library!

This entry was posted on Thursday, September 9th, 2010

Students in Professor Caroline Hunt’s English 110 course, part of in the learning community Critical Thinking: Catalyst for Success in Science and Math participated in a scavenger hunt activity using QR Codes at the Addlestone Library on Thursday, September 9th as part of a Library special instruction session.

The learning community enables incoming freshman considering majors in biological sciences and mathematics to engage in classes offering peer facilitation, supplemental instruction, active learning, problem-solving and social activities.

The first ever QR Code Scavenger Hunt at Addlestone Library was a collaborative effort that included Professor Caroline Hunt and her fall 2010 English 110 students, Burton Callicott (question writer/code hider), Jared Seay (coordinator), and Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem (code generator).  Special thanks to Debra Fetner (Center for Student Learning) and the entire Circulation and Shelving Team for participating in the activity.

For more information on using QR Codes in Education visit:

Visit the Learning Community website at

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