Integration of AIDC Technology in Mobile via QR Code for Enhancing the Library Services: A Case Study of Don Bosco College Central Library, Arunachal PradeshAuthor : Sur Chandra Singha and Manoj Kumar Verma
Volume 9 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 44-48
In this digital era, QR Code is becoming one of the most popular tools and it great help to website towards strengthening the relationship and promoting enhanced to existing library website. Q R Code is a state of art AIDC technology that is gaining popularity with Library fraternity in India. It is one such technology which can offer to the user demand of providing access to e-resources through mobile. These advanced technologies offer access very convenient, instantaneous information, across boundaries of subject and particular area. Don Bosco College Central Library is set an example in experimenting with adopting new technology developments; where it is computerization and automation or adopting other ICT to improve facilities their services. The rapid developments in ICT have given a solid foundation for revolutionary changes in the information handling capabilities of information dissemination. Don Bosco College Central Library may well reach out to the remote users who were considered unlikely to connect because of absence of a medium. Users are becoming increasingly web savvy reliant on advance technologies for sharing, accessing and determining their information. Keeping in mind, researcher integrated AIDC in Mobile via QR Code Technology in Don Bosco College Central Library Website for enhancing library services.
QR Code, AIDC, RFID, Bar Code, OCR, Digital Library
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