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Ford, Neil (2013)
Publisher: Facet Publishing
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects:
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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