QR Codes in Journals

QR codes have always had the potential to transform print media. The great issue for publishers have been ways in which they can connect the web to existing print media. Rich content and interactive functionality are expected, yet so to is the static physical print edition. QR codes are probably the most economical and user friendly means of bridgeing this divide.

Over on the scholarly kitchen this idea is explored, highlighting an academic journal that has adopted QR codes.


  • Are you still offering these? I generated a few and haven't received them yet. Nor can I email you.

    Please contact me: storimom2@aol.com
    Thank you.

  • I created a QR code using your website about a year ago. Now I need the code to be directed to a different website. How can I change where the QR code goes?

    Please contact me at shirmans@walnuthollow.com.


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