Digital Signage for Academic & Education
Elementary and high schools, as well as post graduate universities, are turning to digital signage as an exciting and technologically-oriented way to build community and communicate important academic information throughout buildings and campuses and across districts. Designed to supplement traditional communications, such as daily announcements and poster boards, the digital signs provide school communication that is timely and efficient. They can also be used as part of a comprehensive emergency notification system that overrides normal programming. To hear more about StrandVision’s digital signage software solutions for your academic or educational institution, visit www.StrandVision.com or call 715-235-7446 (SIGN).
Delivering the Message
The office telephone rings on a peaceful spring morning. A person from the office of the university president delivers an assignment for you: Creat a digital signage network (DSN) consisting of 10 digital signs across the campuses accompanied by an emergency messaging feature. You can hire one person, and the network must be installed and fully operational within six months. Does this scenario sounds familiar? It is happening on campus and in districts across the country.
To read more of this article, see page 28 of the January 2013 issue of American School & University or visit: http://digital-edition.asumag.com/