Digital signage should be easy to use, easy to manage, and easy to delegate management within your organization. What other things should you consider when you are looking for the right digital signage software?
Everywhere you look in schools, you see Google. Millions of students rely on Google’s suite of tools (including Google Docs, Sheets and Slides), over 25 million have Chromebooks, 30 million use Google Classroom, and more than 80 million are using G Suite for Education. It’s no wonder why so many[…]
Technology is in the classroom already, whether we like it or not: students bring it, in the form of phones and laptops. We bring it in the same forms. And the power of educational technology to transformatively enhance teaching is becoming clearer. But how should it be done, and what are the[…]
Overview Developing and nurturing a presence on social media for your school is a great way to engage your student body, and to keep parents, students, and staff informed. But it can be a challenge to build and delight an organic audience (emphasis on organic) and to be a follow-worthy account[…]
School information boards have been a primary way of communicating with student bodies for centuries. It’s easy to forget that at one point in time, schools didn’t have email, social media, digital displays or even the ability to print out flyers. The information board - or bulletin board - has[…]
When people talk about digital signage displays, they’re really talking about TVs. Many people assume that when they’re ready to create digital signage, they can just walk into Costco or Best Buy and pick out the cheapest TV that they see. They’re not entirely wrong, but consider this: let’s say[…]