Happenings at Raynor Library: Passport Program

Your one-stop shop for the Library Passport Program and to find out what is happening in our Library and around campus!

How to Participate

1) Stop by the Raynor Library Information desk to stamp your passport

2) Download a QR code reader on your cell phone (instructions below) and scan the code at the desk

3) Answer the questions and have your passport stamped!

4) Each stamp will enter you in a drawing for our grand prize: nighttime access to your own private study room outfitted with snacks during finals week!

Questions? Ask a friendly librarian or student worker at the Raynor Information desk

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Getting a QR Code Reader

Take a picture on your iPhone camera or through Snapchat!

iPhone iOS 11 and above: If you have iOS 11 or higher, it will auto scan QR codes using the built-in Camera app on both the iPhone and iPad. 

Android:

  • Open the Goolge Play Store
  • Search for QR code readers. "QR Code Reader" by TWMobile is a good option.
  • Download the QR code reader to your phone, open it and you are ready to go.
  • Note: You will need to open your downloaded QR code reader each time you want to decode a QR code. Otherwise, you will end up just taking a picture of the QR code.

iPhone iOS less than 11::

  • Open the Apple App Store
  • Search for QR code readers. "Quick Scan" is a good option.
  • Download a QR code reader to your phone, open it and you are ready to go.
  • Note: You will need to open your downloaded QR code reader each time you want to decode a QR code. Otherwise, you will end up just taking a picture of the QR code.

Leader Board

The participants with the most check-in stamps will be listed here:

 

Remember: even if you are not a leader, you still have a chance of winning the Grand Prize! Enter every week to increase your chances.

Participation Rates

Passport Answer Wordcloud

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Did You Know?

Highlight of the week: The browsing collection on the 2nd floor of Raynor Library offers a wide range of current fiction, poetry, biography, and popular books on contemporary social issues.