QR Codes

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* Emily Carr University of Art + Design library is using QR codes in [http://www.tararobertson.ca/blog/2010/qr-codes-in-my-library displays] and [http://www.ecuad.ca/about/news/54271 signage].
 
* Emily Carr University of Art + Design library is using QR codes in [http://www.tararobertson.ca/blog/2010/qr-codes-in-my-library displays] and [http://www.ecuad.ca/about/news/54271 signage].
 
* Contra Costa Libraries are using QR codes to [http://trideltatransit.com/promo_free_books.aspx market audiobooks to people using public transit].
 
* Contra Costa Libraries are using QR codes to [http://trideltatransit.com/promo_free_books.aspx market audiobooks to people using public transit].
 
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* George Fox University Libraries are using QR codes on DVDs and audiobooks to point users to video trailers, on doors for room reservations and more - see our flickr set of examples [http://www.flickr.com/photos/25095603@N07/sets/72157625028207818/]
  
 
== More Info on QR Codes ==
 
== More Info on QR Codes ==

Revision as of 13:28, 26 September 2010

Also known as 2D codes.

Uses in Libraries

More Info on QR Codes

Rigby, Lex. "QR Codes in Libraries and Higher Education." Just Another Dent in the Damage, 26 March 2009. Web.

Walsh, Andrew. QR tags and mobile 'phones in the library. Web.

Walsh, Andrew. "Extreme makeover: Transforming the face of your Library Service." QR tags and 'mobile phones in the library, 19 October 2009. Web.

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