Digital Signage For Schools
INTEGRATED AND AUTOMATED CONTENT
An Educational Platform
Digital signage for schools can be used to consolidate classroom learning.
Schools often subscribe to resources like the Khan Academy or Horrible Histories.
Having a network of screens to relay this content is an invaluable aid to learning – one that doesn’t create teachers more work.
A Wayfinding Tool
Screens can often be integrated with a school’s timetabling software and programmed to show classes at transition times throughout the day.
The result is a no maintenance solution.
The most sophisticated signage is able to offer directions through touch-screen technology.
INTEGRATE. AUTOMATE. PLAY.
A Communication Channel
The easiest way for a school to communicate with pupils through signage is to integrate the social media it already uses.
With tweets displayed on-screen, a headmaster in control of the school Twitter can deliver live school news throughout the building.
Locationally Targeted Content
Gone are the days when dinner-ladies need to write their menus out in chalk or on paper.
With a digital display, schools can remotely update their lunch menu for every day of the week, and even display nutritional information.
Schedule content in advance for easiness, or make last minute changes.
A Staff Aide
Do you have a falling apart bulletin-board in the staff room?
Replace it with digital signage and know that your memos and alerts will be seen.
That same screen can stream the news, or be integrated with traffic and weather reports.
CONNECTED SIGNAGE = LOW MAINTENANCE.
What Our Clients Say
Using our existing TVs, we have been able to reduce the cost of running our screens by 50% whilst increasing the functionality of the devices. Our staff love the drag and drop nature of the software and just how fast the content updates (less than a minute).
The fact we didn’t have to physically network any players was a real positive for me as it meant installation time was kept to a minimum. The Android players are so small we can attach them to the screens rather than to the wall.