Helping keep campus aware of current events, deadlines, weather, and more.
Update to Digital Signage
In a collaboration between Communications & Marketing and Information Technology, the former digital signage system has been replaced and has adopted the signage in the Powerhouse. The new system is easier to manage and provides the campus community greater opportunities to communicate with itself.
What is digital signage?
Digital signage is a series of screens in a space or many spaces that display a dynamic set of content. It is similar to poster boards, but with the ability to update automatically with current information or take down content when it needs to be taken down.
More practically, digital signage provides the college and the campus community the opportunity to communicate with its internal audiences in highly trafficked locations.
Location of Screens
- Chapin Hall – Commons Entrance
- Hendricks Center – East Entrance
- Morse Library – Entryway (unavailable during construction)
- Pearsons Hall – Mail Center
- Powerhouse – Weissberg Auditorium Entry
- Powerhouse – Carson Club Hub (East)
- Powerhouse – Carson Club Hub (West)
- Sanger Center for the Sciences - Atrium Kiosk
- Sports Center – Concession Stand
Digital signage is also used in certain spaces to show specific content. The primary example is Admissions in Middle College where screens show names of guests as well as promotional videos rather than the general content.