Hi Deb,

The flyers that are produced to promote onsite and distant learning
opportunities (workshops, webinars, etc.) often include QR Codes which
lead to a website containing additional information and a link to the
registration form (if required).

Hope that helps,

Brenda F. Green, MLS|Associate Professor
Reference & Instructional Services
Health Sciences Library
877 Madison Avenue | Memphis, TN 38163
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On 12/13/13 11:41 AM, "Lawless, Deborah J."
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>Are you creating and using QR codes in your library?  Would you share,
>especially if you are in a hospital library.
>Deb Lawless
>Medical Librarian
>St. Vincent's HealthCare
>Jacksonville, FL
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