What is that black and white square of gibberish? Why do they keep appearing in the library? These souped-up bar codes are called QR codes and they contain information that could allow your QR-enabled smart phone to do stuff like connect to a web address, download an MP3, dial a telephone number, or prompt your email client with an address.

Want to know more about the QR codes in the Seeley G. Mudd Library? Check out ourinformational page and take a look at the ways we’ve been using these handy codes to help our patrons easily access information when, and where, they need it.