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A presentation in Macon, GA to the GIL Users Group Meeting, May 17, 2012

A presentation in Macon, GA to the GIL Users Group Meeting, May 17, 2012

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  • 1. Karen Viars and Pat Ziebart GUGM: May 17, 2012
  • 2. http://guides.gpc.edu/ KamkwambaUser Tags QR Codes
  • 3. 1st log in to “MyAccount”
  • 4. Tags added in Favoriteswill be deleted if item isdeleted from Favorites.
  • 5. Basic search ofmySQL database.
  • 6. Tags are also browse-able in a number of ways.
  • 7.  Only two requirements of GIL-Find: separate by spaces, bind phrases with quotes Develop some institutional agreement on usage. Or not. Badke and Consentino articles have ideas for naming conventions.
  • 8. Uncontrolled language/Natural languageUnder-utilized social tool in academic librarycatalogs.Opportunity to create small sub-collections fordisplays, special events, faculty reading lists.Do you use tags? Please share some ideas.
  • 9. http://www.denso-wave.com/qrcode/app-prod2-e.html
  • 10. QRLink to Codelist ofbooksor otherinfoaboutthedisplay.
  • 11.  Abilene Christian University Bath University Contra Costa County Library George Fox University Library Library Success Wiki
  • 12.  Choose the generator service with your final outcome in mind. (analytics) Shortened URLs make cleaner, more easily read QR Codes. Make the target mobile compatible. Include the target location in print for those without smart phones.
  • 13.  http://www.beetagg.com/en/beetagg-qr- generator/ http://qrcode.kaywa.com/ http://www.i-nigma.com/ http://goo.gl/ or https://bitly.com/(Add .qr after shortened url to create QR Code.)
  • 14. Survey in the UK in late 2009 ECAR Report
  • 15. Examples of educational materialsBlog Post (for librarians) Albertson Library Boise State UniversityVideo from CNet
  • 16. Anon. 2012. “QR Codes”. Wiki. Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki.http://www.libsuccess.org/index.php?title=QR_Codes.Ashford, Robin. 2010. “QR Codes and Academic Libraries: Reaching MobileUsers.” College & Research Libraries News 71 (10) (November): 526–530.Baker, Laura. 2010. “Making Physical Objects Clickable: Using Mobile Tags toEnhance Library Displays.” Journal of Library Innovation 1 (2) (January 2): 22–28.Balas, Janet L. 2011. “Can QR Codes Be Used to Deliver Library Services?”EventDV 24 (10) (December): 33.Moorefield-Lang, Heather1, and Nancy Lecrone2. 2009. “Libraries on the QR.”Information Searcher 19 (2) (December): 20–22.Ramsden, Andy. 2010. The Level of Student Engagement with QR Codes:Findings from a Cross Institutional Survey. Working Paper. Bath: University ofBath. http://opus.bath.ac.uk/19974/
  • 17. http://www.flickr.com/photos/55291464@N08/6258366638/