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Colleagues/ Speaking Of QR Codes > A Fantastic Resource I Learned About Earlier This Spring > Of Potentiall Interest Not Only For Libraries > But Museums / Other Learning Environments > /Gerry A Great / Great Resource > Sites / Cites / Links > Thanks Teresa Ashley / Librarian / Austin Community College District [snip] Summary Of Ideas For Using QR Codes In Libraries: 1. Provide point-of-use instruction at point-of-need locations 2. Have step-by-step instructions on machines like photocopiers and printers 3. Post QR codes by study rooms. Students would be able to check the availability of a study room, and then book it from their cell phone while standing in front of the room 4. QR codes in the stacks could bring up a list of LibGuides on topics related to books in the call number range area 5. QR codes in the stacks could show where the ebooks would be on the shelves 6. QR codes around campus could link to digital libraries or items from special collections related to the different buildings 7. Add QR codes with your contact information to your library website 8. Direct users to a service that’s specifically aimed at mobile devices users, such as a chat or IM reference service, or the mobile version of the library’s catalog or databases 9. QR code to the online Ask a Librarian site could be posted at the physical reference desk and at all public access computer workstations 10. Library tours – barcodes can be placed in different areas of the library so visitors can access information relevant to that particular space. Audio tours can also be provided this way. 11. Library Maps – Instead of just a map that has, Reference, Reserve, Computer Lab on it, put QR codes for every area that has a web page, so that the patron can go directly to that web page for more information. 12. Library reviews – if someone has done a review on a book or item, a QR code can be put on that item, linking to the review. 13. Link to Phone number on a web page so people don’t have to dial the number on their phone. 14. Link to a web page associated with an event by placing a QR code for the web page on the event's poster. 15. QR Codes can be posted at public service desks to advertise services: Laptop checkout, fines, and book renewal information could be posted at the point of service, the Circulation Desk, for instance 16. Help Desk info could be posted on QR codes 17. Tag exhibits (“Mobile Tag Closeup.” ACU Library Photostream. 18. Librarians can tag pre-formatted tailored searches for events and exhibits 19. Add QR codes to poster, flyers, and other library instructional or promotional materials [snip] Link To Full Site Available At [ http://tinyurl.com/2w3eu2h ] See Also My Blog Post > QR Codes In Publications From May 2009 [ http://tinyurl.com/qgf623 ] eNjOy /Gerry Gerry McKiernan Associate Professor Science and Technology Librarian Iowa State University Library Ames IA 50011 Follow Me On Twitter > http://twitter.com/GMcKBlogs --- Edtech Archives, posting guidelines and other information are at: http://www.h-net.msu.edu/~edweb Please include your name, email address, and school or professional affiliation in each posting. To unsubscribe send the following command to: LISTSERV@H-NET.MSU.EDU SIGNOFF EDTECH