Hampton, Dantrea; Peach, Amanda; Rawlins, Benjamin
May 2011
Kentucky Libraries;Spring2011, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p6
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the application of Quick Response (QR) code technology for various libraries. It states that librarians as well as the libraries should determine ways to connect the digital divide between the online and physical environment so that mobile users could be reached. Moreover, it examines the use of the codes for retail marketing, QR coded passport application process in Canada, and air travel.


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