Digital Signage: Big screen on campus [Infographic]

 
Oct. 23, 2012 | by Christopher Hall

There's a lot to learn about digital signage in education.

The dynamic messaging and information capabilities of the medium offer a plethora of benefits to universities and colleges, from dorm room to the cafeteria, from the classroom to the quad.

And the digital signage industry has a great deal to teach the education sector about this still-underutilized technology both from a benefits standpoint and a how-to view.

We've gathered some interesting data points that suggest the technology's reach on campus is growing, and showing some of the impact it can have for schools and students. Global spending on IT in education is expected to double over the next three years. At the same time, digital signage on campuses is projected to grow 22 percent worldwide and 47 percent in the U.S.

And the digital signage industry has a great deal to teach the education sector about this still-underutilized technology both from a benefits standpoint to a how-to view.

Universities, always facing tight budget restraints, can use them to provide revenue from advertisers and they can deploy high-tech signage to keep up with the Jetsons, to reach today's students and tomorrow's in a way they'll pay attention to, understand and act on.

Now that we've schooled you in the possibilities, scroll down to view the infographic. And feel free to use the embed code below the infographic to publish it on your website or blog.

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Topics: DOOH Advertising , Education / Schools , Entertainment Venues , Interactive / Touchscreen , Menu Boards , Wayfinding


Christopher Hall / Christopher is the editor of DigitalSignageToday.com. A longtime freelance writer and reporter, he's bringing a fresh perspective and critical take on the industry.
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