Dining services debuts QR code comment system
Dining services at the University of Maryland has launched a QR code comment system for student feedback, The Diamondback reports.
The QR codes were printed on table menus in dining halls this past September. To leave feedback, students scan a code with their smartphones, which allows them to leave comments for review.
The College Park, Md., school's dining services recently added a Facebook-like comment wall where students can see that their comments have been received and read, and are able to read and comment on others’ feedback.
"We were missing an important piece in the comment loop," Bart Hipple, dining services spokesperson, told The Diamondback. "People who remained anonymous didn't have any way to know that we had received and read their comments, and they couldn't read what other people were saying."
School officials hope the new system will provide better communication between students and the dining team.
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