QR codes, audio tour, group study room reservation, mobile libraries, point of need
The use of quick response (QR) codes in libraries is just beginning to evolve, with a varied and vast future. At the Harold B. Lee Library of Brigham Young University, two projects that use QR codes have been implemented. This article presents details of these implementations and briefly describes QR code uses at other libraries. In addition, some pros and cons, cautions, and potential implementation issues are discussed.
Original Publication Citation
The Reference Librarian, 53:392–402
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Whitchurch, Michael J., "A Quick Response: QR Code Use at the Harold B. Lee Library" (2012). All Faculty Publications. 1541.
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Harold B. Lee Library
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