Designed to broadcast direct to large format display screens, digital signage delivers those tools, transforming the way schools can share information in the classroom and around the school grounds. It enables schools to communicate important information in an at-a-glance format, engaging with students, staff, visitors, and teachers.
Cloud-based digital signage platform CleverLive, a global award-winning cloud CMS platform, enables users to change information quickly and easily in real time or plan ahead with scheduled messaging. Plus, the unique one button messaging feature on CleverLive allows for instant announcements to be triggered instantly across the school grounds simultaneously.
CleverLive delivers a platform that enables schools to integrate their Clevertouch devices including classroom collaboration panels, wayfinding totems and room booking tablets with digital signage screens, creating a seamless distribution of communication for broadcasting messages across school grounds.
With the ability to manage and distribute dynamic content from one integrated platform, CleverLive digital signage is a cost-effective way to keep the hectic school environment operating smoothly, and importantly, keep schools on top of developments in technology.
The five most popular ways schools are using digital signage to solve the problem of communicating around the school grounds are:
1. Welcome Screens
Digital signage is used to make visitors, students and staff entering the school feel welcome. An eye-catching message incorporating the school motto, head teacher image and school captains’ greeting is common in many schools. It is dynamic, can change daily and provides that professional impression when people arrive.
Providing easy access information on how to get around school grounds is crucial to keeping the school running on time. Digital signage is commonly deployed on free-standing totems or wall mounted panels to display maps for ease of directional displays.
Frequently changing information such as timetables and events, along with school policies and teaching staff information are recurrent themes on digital signage screens around schools. Communicating this key information is important to ensure students and staff are kept up to date.
4. External News
Using digital signage to display world and local news, traffic and transport reports, and other outside information is also common to see when viewing school digital signage screens as it enables students and staff access to relevant outsourced content.
5. Emergency Alerts
Digital signage enables schools to send instant emergency alerts to manage situations such as strangers on school grounds, fire, accidents, weather warnings and student altercations, and is a valuable way the technology is used by schools.
For further information on implementing educational digital signage for your school, contact the Clevertouch team