Monthly Archives: March 2011

QR Codes and Academic Libraries: Robin Ashford in C&RL News

The November 2010 College & Research Library News cover story, “QR Codes and Academic Libraries,” is by George Fox University/PDX librarian Robin Ashford, who blogs at Librarian by Design. Full article here: http://crln.acrl.org/content/71/10/526.full. This excerpted version is from John Lang’s … Continue reading

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QR @ West Virginia University’s Library

The WVU Libraries are using QR codes to help students easily connect with a variety of library resources. “We’re trying to reach users,” said David Roth, Library Associate at the Evansdale Library. “They’re excited about mobile devices, so QR codes … Continue reading

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QR Art from Venezuela

Venezuelan artist Pedro Morales works with 2D code. Below are photographs of his latest work “Puras Flores” (Pure Flowers). He says, “Puras Flores is a digital work whose scale invariability is shaped by QR codes patterns. This fractal characteristic proposes … Continue reading

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