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March 30, 2008

Experiential Learning 2.0 ... A series of short entries about the nexus of collaboration technology and education

Case Western Reserve University's TiME program offers students a masters in management and engineering. Integrating project-based learning for engineering graduates from around the world with broad exposure to topics like product design, marketing, intellectual property, and information systems, the program is an outstanding example of innovative curriculum for the 21st century.

This year, a group of students from the TiME program teamed with Mobile Discovery to pilot the launch of 2D bar code technology into the college and U.S. market. For those who have visited Japan, more than 95% of people in Japan know what QR (Quick Response) 2D bar codes are and 93% of those have used them. Those heading out this week to the annual CTIA conference, can catch keynotes and panels featuring the collaboration between Case Western Reserve University, Mobile Discovery and other partners like USA Today, QVC, Sprint (and other mobile carriers). Here is a short video on the launch and the collaboration.

Lev Gonick
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio
March 30, 2008

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