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"QR Codes ("Quick Reference" Codes) are essentially 2-dimensional barcodes. They can contain hundreds of times more data than conventional 1-dimensional barcodes. Initially created for use in the shipping industry, they are gaining popularity for marketing to people with smart-phones." Source: Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki

"What do you geek?" sidewalk chalk conversation hosted by Delaware County District Library

QR_Code_How_To_Tutorial Creative Commons: Attribution, Share Alike --- Take, Use, Share!

"The Global Librarian" free epub format

What a great way to remind students in the library that e-Books exist and provide them instant access to them (pic from WHS library).

QR Artist | Most Innovative QR Branding Platform | QR code readers, generators and news

QR Codes in the Classroom & Library, Too! UPDATED!

A Turn to Learn: How to Make Pretty QR Codes

Very COOL use for QR Codes! QR Code Book Trailers: Scan, Watch, Read

Instant Listening Center with a Twist! This is a Favorite Author Bundle consisting of 40 Stories! Students scan the QR Code and watch and listen to the story! Independent, Engaging and FUN! - end of the year activity

BATS, BATS, BATS USING QR CODES - K-2 $ Great for integrating technology into science and literature. Kid tested and they LOVE it!

The Sweet Life of a Librarian: Back to School Library Decor (and activities!)

QR Codes in Public Spaces | NCSU Libraries

Slackmath - students work the problems then scan the QR code to see if the answered the problem correctly

Using QR codes is a great way to promote books throught book trailers. Put on signs, bookmarks, or in the books.

A Smartphone Mic & QR Code Jukebox - Getting Smart by John Hardison - #blendchat, blended learning, edchat, EdTech

Learn how to scan QR codes and see fun ways to incorporate QR codes in your classroom instruction.

The Contra Costa County Library in California has a “Snap & Go” project that allows users with mobile phone to access various library services via scanned QR codes. “By reaching otherwise time-pressed users while they are waiting in public spaces (at bus stations and buses), the library has managed to stretch its resources even while budgets tighten.

The Contra Costa County Library in California has a “Snap & Go” project that allows users with mobile phone to access various library services via scanned QR codes. “By reaching otherwise time-pressed users while they are waiting in public spaces (at bus stations and buses), the library has managed to stretch its resources even while budgets tighten.

'QR Codes in the Library' - This video highlights ways QR codes are being used in the IRC at AU Library.

QR Code Classroom Craze - tons of tips, freebies, and resources to help you implement QR codes in your classroom!

How to protect your smartphone from malicious QR codes | How To - CNET