South Downs National Park enters QR Code trials

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Walking the South Downs

The South Downs gets QR codes

The South Downs National Park has become part of a special new QR code research project being run by IT’s in Conservation (ITiC) as part of a Building Conservation MSc project through the Weald and Downland Museum.

A dozen or more QR codes are due to be sited at key locations along the South Downs Way in the South Downs National Park. ITiC will be asking for help from walkers and visitors to the park to understand in detail how QR codes can best provide interesting online information for future visitors to UK outdoor heritage sites.

Also included are YouTube channel videos, plus two minute online audio introductions:

The overall aim of the research is to see how QR codes can best help visitors to appreciate our unique buildings, conservation and heritage, and to aid people of all ages in understanding our history and culture more deeply.

Visitors are asked to fill in an online research questionnaire – See it here

For more details on this QR initiative see www.itsinconservation.co.uk

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About Andrew Kerry-Bedell

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