QR Codes in the Library: Are They Worth the Effort? Analysis of a QR Code Pilot Project

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QR Codes in the Library: Are They Worth the Effort? Analysis of a QR Code Pilot Project

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Title: QR Codes in the Library: Are They Worth the Effort? Analysis of a QR Code Pilot Project
Author: Wilson, Andrew M.
Citation: Wilson, Andrew M. Forthcoming. QR codes in the library: Are they worth the effort? Analysis of a QR code pilot project. Journal of Access Services 9.
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Abstract: The literature is filled with potential uses for Quick Response (QR) codes in the library. Setting, but few library QR code projects have publicized usage statistics. A pilot project carried out in the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library of the Harvard College Library sought to determine whether library patrons actually understand and use QR codes. Results and analysis of the pilot project are provided, attempting to answer the question as to whether QR codes are worth the effort for libraries.
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Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:8705899

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