University of Kentucky Adds QR Codes to OPAC Records
You’ll now find a QR code on the right side of each record in the InfoKat database.
Users can simply scan the code and receive, “significant details for locating the book in the Libraries’ collections and the descriptive information of the item (e.g., title, author, publisher).”
Here are a couple of records from InfoKat. 1 ||| 2
Complete University of Kentucky Libraries Announcement
See Also: A Few More Libraries Providing QR Codes With Each Record
+ OskiCat at UC Berkeley
+ The University of Bath Library Catalogue
+ The University of Huddersfield
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