While there are many possible use cases for QR codes in libraries, do you know of examples that have seen high usage? High is relative to population but anyone know of examples where QR codes are scanned say >100 times in a month?
We tried quite a few use cases including those mentioned by Brian since last year.
So far no traction here. And we have a population of over 35k students and the smartphone penetration rate here (national wide) is at least 50% (some reports say 80%). QRcode recognition is fairly high also. So technology isn't a issue.
It's puzzling. The only one that gets even some use is a QRcode in the open stacks that links to the mobile catalogue. I suppose they get stuck hunting for a book and use it to recheck the catalogue.
I have asked this question in various channels, so far all I see is presentations on qrcodes in libraries, no statistics presented. Do you know of presentations where libraries present statistics?