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QR Codes at FSU Law Research Center: Home

Find out what QR codes are and how to use them in the Law Research Center.

What is a QR Code?

QR code (Quick Response code) is a two dimensional barcode that lets you quickly and easily link to content on your smartphone. Each QR code is a small square with black and white patterns. You may have seen them in newspapers, magazine, museums, and products of all kinds.  QR codes are read by a dedicated QR barcode reader. Free QR reader apps for smartphones can be easily downloaded to your phone. 

QR codes make it easy to share:

  • web pages
  • text
  • calendars
  • maps
  • telephone numbers
  • SMS messages
Additional information on QR codes and how they are being used:


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