Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is a QR Code?
A QR Code is a type of barcode that can be scanned using a camera on a cell phone that is equipped with a QR Scanner. Standing for “Quick Response”, these codes are becoming more and more popular and user-friendly. The barcode quickly provides information such as urls, contact information, or other text once scanned. While originally used for tracking, these codes are beginning to be seen in a wide range of convenience applications.
Where do we use QR codes in the libraries?
We use QR codes on a variety of signs and objects within the library. Look for codes on Study Rooms, printers, and e-boards.
Where can I find more information?
List of Readers:
Some QR Scanning applications:
QR Code Generators:
- What are the Libraries' access and use policies (covering children and minors, animals, dress code, use of computers, mobile phones and pagers, and soliciting)?
- Where can I find a scanner?
- How can I schedule a Mobile Scavenger Hunt for my class?
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