Both of these sessions will be devoted to our Centennial QR Code project in which we hope as many students and residents will participate in and share the rich history of their Mountain Lakes home! Remember, we hope that on Homecoming Weekend (UN Weekend & also the 5K Walk), residents and students will participate and share what they have learned using emerging technologies such as QR Codes and augmented reality sites like HistoryPin. It would be awesome to have little QR Codes posted on lawns and public places so residents with mobile devices can learn even more about Mountain Lakes!
For the October 5th meeting, we will have students there to help residents scan any artifacts they wish to use in a digital iMovie. We will also have our computer labs available for tutorials and use. In addition, we will have access to Ancestry.com to research the census records of your home! Finally, pick up a free lawn posting for your QR code (provided by funds from a generous Mountain Lakes Education Foundation grant).
If you cannot join us, then please check out these tutorials so you can create your own QR Codes, iMovie clip and/or HistoryPin posting:
1. Exporting your iMovie to a YouTube clip on our ML100 YouTube Channel
2. Creating a HistoryPin posting using our ML100 account
3. Making a QR Code for your YouTube clip and/or HistoryPin posting