Quick Response Codes Audio Guides

scanning a QR code on the South Downs

scanning a s waterproof QR code on the South Downs

To help explain a bit more about why IT’s in Conservation is trialing the use of small black and white square Quick Response (QR) codes at a number of heritage sites, three audio guides have been produced below:

Each is about two minutes long and explains what the QR code research project is all about, how visitors to heritge sites will be able to scan the QR codes, plus information on the 5 minute online research survey we are asking heritage site visitors to undertake.

The research trial will run from June through to the end of August, and the aim is to collate the results into an MSc dissertation that will be finalised in September.

For more information go to www.itsinconservation.co.uk


About Andrew Kerry-Bedell

IT and marketing consultant into Alfas, gadgets, films, beer, squash, skiing and making things
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