Over the next couple of m onths, you will see QR Codes appearing next to the names of librarians, faculty, and at the ends of stacks to provide additional information of who we are and how best to use resources.
QR Codes (short for Quick Response Code) direct you to websites, videos, or other content using your mobile phone and its camera.
QR Codes were originally created for inventory, but their appearance and ability to encode more data than a traditional barcode has lead to them being used in creative ways.
A separate application is necessary to read them on most mobile phones.
To install a QR Code reader (and get in on the fun!), go to your phone's app store just as you would for any other application (The App Store, Android Market, Blackberry App World, etc.) or visit one of the following URLs on your phone:
- Browse to http://www.i-nigma.mobi/
- Visit http://m.mobiletag.com
- Visit http://getneoreader.com/
- Please use your app store
- Visit http://www.2dscan.com/
- Visit http://www.upcode.fi/
- Visit http://getbeetagg.com/
- Visit http://reader.kaywa.com/