Digital signage communicates your message to your audience. That can mean something different for every organization. For some it’s a menu board; for others, it’s school announcements; and others its emergency alerts. No matter the organization, there is one thing every audience wants to know: the[…]
James White, M.Ed, President of Marquette Catholic High School, did the unthinkable in some eyes: he got rid of his school’s library! Before you wag your finger in shame, consider this: 100% of Marquette’s students are accepted into college. Eliminating the library at a school may sound like[…]
There are many reasons why schools use digital signage: campus alerts, menu boards, maps, and school calendars are just a few. What nearly every school uses digital signage for in some capacity, however, is photos. National Presbyterian School has found a simple solution to get up-to-date photos[…]
The Internet makes it all too easy for people to be invisible, and that’s a dangerous thing. It’s easier to bully a person when you can just disappear with seemingly no real consequence. It’s no surprise that more than 50% of children and teens are bullied online--and nearly the same number have[…]
Privacy matters when it comes to your students. We understand that you want to keep their information safe, but you also want to be able to share their accomplishments with parents, teachers, and students with photos. Vidigami gives schools a path for privately organizing and sharing school photos,[…]
March Madness is upon us! March Madness (which runs from March 19 to April 8) is the biggest college basketball tournament in the United States; over 40 million Americans will sit down and fill out brackets to predict who will win the NCAA Tournament; most of these people fill out two different[…]
At the Southern tip of Minnesota is Blue Earth (population 3,353). You would think that a town this size couldn’t afford the technology advances of schools in larger districts. Don’t let the size fool you, however.
Encouraging Students Is Important We all have a lot on our plates these days - young students included. If you would like to find some ways to help keep students feeling encouraged, inspired, and motivated, read on for some helpful tips.
No one expects disaster, but there are steps you can take to ensure your students are safe if danger comes to your campus. Thousands of schools across the country use emergency alerts (commonly called Common Alerting Protocol, or CAP Alerts) to send messages to students and staff. Digital signage[…]
Ryan Monoski visited Penn State’s financial literacy lab and had one thought: why can’t his high school kids have something that cool and educational too? Most people would say it’s because Penn State is a college and has lots of money; Monoski, a former stockbroker turned high school finance[…]
Teachers and school administrators across the country are using digital signage to both enhance how students learn and improve how schools communicate their message to them. The examples below are just two of the hundreds of templates you can quickly add to your display to communicate fun learning[…]
Financial Literacy Labs are preparing high school students across the country for both college and future careers. One of the best ways to teach students about finance and stocks is through edutainment. To help you get started, we’ve created a stock game and lesson plan (below) and compiled a list[…]