Karen Viars and Pat Ziebart     GUGM: May 17, 2012
http://guides.gpc.edu/            KamkwambaUser Tags        QR Codes
1st log in to “MyAccount”
Tags added in Favoriteswill be deleted if item isdeleted from Favorites.
Basic search ofmySQL database.
Tags are also browse-able in a number of ways.
   Only two requirements of GIL-Find: separate    by spaces, bind phrases with quotes   Develop some institutional agree...
Uncontrolled language/Natural languageUnder-utilized social tool in academic librarycatalogs.Opportunity to create small s...
http://www.denso-wave.com/qrcode/app-prod2-e.html
QRLink to    Codelist ofbooksor otherinfoaboutthedisplay.
   Abilene Christian University   Bath University   Contra Costa County Library   George Fox University Library   Lib...
   Choose the generator service with your final    outcome in mind. (analytics)   Shortened URLs make cleaner, more easi...
   http://www.beetagg.com/en/beetagg-qr-    generator/   http://qrcode.kaywa.com/   http://www.i-nigma.com/ http://goo...
Survey in the UK in late 2009           ECAR Report
Examples of educational materialsBlog Post (for librarians) Albertson Library Boise State UniversityVideo from CNet
Anon. 2012. “QR Codes”. Wiki. Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki.http://www.libsuccess.org/index.php?title=QR_Codes.As...
http://www.flickr.com/photos/55291464@N08/6258366638/
Tagging and QR Codes: A Dynamic Pairing for Discovery
Tagging and QR Codes: A Dynamic Pairing for Discovery
Tagging and QR Codes: A Dynamic Pairing for Discovery
Tagging and QR Codes: A Dynamic Pairing for Discovery
Tagging and QR Codes: A Dynamic Pairing for Discovery
Tagging and QR Codes: A Dynamic Pairing for Discovery
Tagging and QR Codes: A Dynamic Pairing for Discovery
Tagging and QR Codes: A Dynamic Pairing for Discovery
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Tagging and QR Codes: A Dynamic Pairing for Discovery

  1. 1. Karen Viars and Pat Ziebart GUGM: May 17, 2012
  2. 2. http://guides.gpc.edu/ KamkwambaUser Tags QR Codes
  3. 3. 1st log in to “MyAccount”
  4. 4. Tags added in Favoriteswill be deleted if item isdeleted from Favorites.
  5. 5. Basic search ofmySQL database.
  6. 6. Tags are also browse-able in a number of ways.
  7. 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. 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. 9. http://www.denso-wave.com/qrcode/app-prod2-e.html
  10. 10. QRLink to Codelist ofbooksor otherinfoaboutthedisplay.
  11. 11.  Abilene Christian University Bath University Contra Costa County Library George Fox University Library Library Success Wiki
  12. 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. 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. 14. Survey in the UK in late 2009 ECAR Report
  15. 15. Examples of educational materialsBlog Post (for librarians) Albertson Library Boise State UniversityVideo from CNet
  16. 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. 17. http://www.flickr.com/photos/55291464@N08/6258366638/

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