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A QR (Quick Response) code contains data. Almost any kind of data can be encoded in a QR code: a URL, a phone number, an address, and more. Smartphones and mobile devices equipped with cameras can read QR codes and interpret the data.
To read a QR code, you will need to download a QR Code Reader. You can browse the Marketplace or App Store to find a variety of free and paid QR code reader apps for iPhone, iPad2, and Android devices.
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The Norris Library is using QR codes to connect patrons to subject guides, electronic books and other electronic information resources (like interactive anatomy guides, heart sound programs, and other multimedia).
We are also using QR codes to make it easier to contact us with questions or concerns.
Now that you know about QR codes, you'll start to see them everywhere!
There are a variety of free and paid QR Code reader apps and QR Code generator apps. The Library does not endorse any specific reader, but here are some staff favorites:
In addition to using the QR code generators included in the apps above, you can also create QR codes online using free or low-cost software.The Library does not endorse any specific generator, but some staff favorites include: