Pedagogy and Professional Development

Using QR Codes for Blended Learning in a Micro-Factory

  • Katya Roelse (University of Delaware)


Tutorials and demonstrative design studio activities are often assigned to teaching assistants who need the same instruction that the undergraduate students need. Because students rely on their mobile devices so much for learning, the application of Quick Response codes can automate this repetitive practice and provide a learning environment that is user-centered and offers point-of-need information on a familiar device in a blended learning experience.

Keywords: technology, pedagogy, Blended learning

How to Cite:

Roelse, K., (2020) “Using QR Codes for Blended Learning in a Micro-Factory”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 77(1). doi:



Published on
28 Dec 2020
Peer Reviewed