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Uploaded on Jan 27, 2009

In 2009 UniSA is trialling the use of QR codes on its International Student Handbook and Student Interactive CD.

As it is a trial, please comment to tell us what you think if you've come across a UniSA QR code.

What is a QR code and what does it do?
Developed and widely used in Japan, QR stands for Quick Response and is a two-dimensional barcode. A standard barcode can only hold so many characters and the QR code is capable of holding much more information. For example a QR code can hold a web address and/or contact information, therefore making it easier to access information.

How to read a QR code?
To decipher a QR code you need a web-enabled camera phone to capture the image and then decode it, eg an iPhone or NextG phone.

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