Colleges use digital signage to communicate upcoming events, guide visitors and newcomers around campus.
Student groups promote their clubs, teams and events to their peers.
Educational vendors advertise on campus screens, thus providing a much-needed source of revenue for the institution.
Specialized, cloud software makes it happen...
Sophisticated content management softwares like the XhibitSignage make signage networks a reality:
Cloud-based software allows remote management of signage screens across the campus. User-based role management enables content specialization.
Grid / zone-based screen template allow devoting a portion of each screen to advertisements, opening the door for a potentially lucrative revenue sources. Barnes and Noble recently made a large digital signage investment to accomplish exactly this.
Web-based content management software makes it easy to display different messages at different times, all connected to one system through a basic customizable template.
Visuals are worth a thousand words...
As audience of this century cling to dynamic visuals, and social networks, communicating with them ought to keep pace. Digital signage solutions replace the traditional static signs, catch attention and empower.
To learn more about specific applications for digital signage on college campuses, check out this report from University Business.