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QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
QR Codes:  Engaging Students and  Bridging Gaps at  Texas Woman’s University Libraries
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QR Codes: Engaging Students and Bridging Gaps at Texas Woman’s University Libraries

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A105  QR Codes
4:15 p.m. 5:00 p.m.
Jen Ferguson, Data Services Librarian, Northeastern University, &
Anne Woodrum, Special Collections Librarian, Brandeis University

Greg Hardin, Reference Librarian, Texas Woman’s University, &
Jacob Berg, Director, Library Services, Trinity Washington University

Marie Bloechle, Electronic Acquisitions Librarian, University of North Texas Libraries

QR codes leverage the power of smartphones to connect digital data to real-world surfaces.
The first presentation demonstrates the simple steps needed to make QR codes
and explains how university libraries have used QR codes to collocate disparate collections
and shed light on unique items while generating usage statistics. The second presentation
shares case studies of how libraries can engage patrons and bridge the gap
between print and electronic materials via QR codes. Bloechle provides tips and best
practices to help libraries market their valuable electronic resources using QR codes.

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    • 1. QR Codes: Engaging Students and Bridging Gaps atTexas Woman’s University LibrariesGreg HardinReference LibrarianTexas Woman’s University LibrariesDenton, TexasComputers In Libraries - March 21, 2012
    • 2. BackgroundTEXAS WOMAN’S UNIVERSITYLIBRARIES
    • 3. http://dentontexas.tumblr.com/ Denton, Texas- population 113,383 (2010 census)- Dallas and Fort Worth - 40 miles south- home to two universities, University of North Texas and Texas Woman’s University - 48,000 students combined
    • 4. Texas Woman’s University- public, Doctoral/Research University founded in 1901- nation’s largest university primarily for women- Denton, Dallas and Houston- notable programs: nursing, education, allied health (OT/PT), women’s studies, library science, and dance- ten consecutive years of growth with current enrollment of 14,718- nearly 60% are first-generation college students and over 45% considered ethnic minority students
    • 5. TWU Libraries- 49 total staff / 21 professional staff- print volumes - 686,056- ebooks - 46,164- databases - 177 http:// propandlens.smugmug.com
    • 6. QR Codes atTEXAS WOMAN’S UNIVERSITYLIBRARIES
    • 7. "Every truth has four corners:as a teacher I give you onecorner, and it is for you tofind the other three." ~ Confucius
    • 8. http://kimtag.com/
    • 9. courtesy of Jimmie Lyn Harris
    • 10. QR CodesLESSONS LEARNEDAND TIPS
    • 11. - concerted- communicate- cultivate- collect
    • 12. QR CodesLOOKING AHEADAND CONCLUSIONS
    • 13. - subject guides (contact)- electronic journal holdings (communicate)- scavenger hunt (inform)- physical tour (market)
    • 14. • “It’s not that we need new ideas, but we need to stop having old ideas.” - Edwin Land http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaqian/
    • 15. • “It’s not that we need new ideas, but we need to stop having old ideas.” - Edwin Land http://www.flickr.com/photos/jaqian/
    • 16. THANK YOUGREG HARDIN@ghardin

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