For more than a decade, Information and Technology Services has provided a platform for strong visual communication in a wide variety of campus settings through the Digital Signage service. Now the service website has been refreshed to bring you the most up-to-date information about Digital Signage and the benefits they bring to campus.
Digital signs support multiple types of static and dynamic content, have emergency alert integration, and provide mapping and interactive wayfinding capabilities. Check out the video for an updated look at the service.
About the site refresh
The new website includes information about:
- Cost and support expectations.
- Content manager resources:
- Training and knowledge.
- Content templates.
- Publishing content feed.
- How anyone at U-M can contribute image content.
The ITS Digital Signage team is available to discuss what flexible content management approach makes sense to accommodate your department’s unique communication solutions, time commitment, and staff comfort level needs.
Join open office hours
ITS Digital Signage will be hosting open office hours for people to ask questions about participating in the new Community Content Feed. We will also share information on how any U-M department or organization can submit community content images. Content Managers and Unit communications staff in particular may be interested. Join us from 10-11 a.m. on Tuesday, October 11 or 2-3 p.m. on Monday, October 24 via the Zoom link provided on the Digital Signage site.