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Bridge Over Troubled Water: QR coding the collection for student satisfaction

Bridge Over Troubled Water: QR coding the collection for student satisfaction
Bridge Over Troubled Water: QR coding the collection for student satisfaction
Since 2012, BU (Bournemouth University) library have been highlighting available, relevant e-books by embedding QR codes in our printed book collection. This chapter will focus on the drivers and intended outcomes for the project and will discuss the characteristics of successful QR campaigns that we have considered to achieve our aims. A more practical discussion of project implementation is in press at the time of writing (Ford, 2013).
53 - 58
Facet Publishing
Ford, Neil
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Ally, Mohamed
Needham, Gill
Ford, Neil
6a41e07d-32cd-408f-baa8-d00256c75ce8
Ally, Mohamed
Needham, Gill

Ford, Neil (2013) Bridge Over Troubled Water: QR coding the collection for student satisfaction. In, Ally, Mohamed and Needham, Gill (eds.) M-Libraries 4: From margin to mainstream - mobile technologies transforming lives and libraries. London. Facet Publishing, 53 - 58.

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Abstract

Since 2012, BU (Bournemouth University) library have been highlighting available, relevant e-books by embedding QR codes in our printed book collection. This chapter will focus on the drivers and intended outcomes for the project and will discuss the characteristics of successful QR campaigns that we have considered to achieve our aims. A more practical discussion of project implementation is in press at the time of writing (Ford, 2013).

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Published date: 1 November 2013

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Local EPrints ID: 416615
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/416615
PURE UUID: 8f1090eb-3ef4-45d1-a18b-38eba4bde136

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Date deposited: 03 Jan 2018 17:30
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 19:04

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Author: Neil Ford
Editor: Mohamed Ally
Editor: Gill Needham

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