Digital Signage is a dynamic method of communicating with the campus community via plasma screen/LCD displays. Various inputs can be used such as Cable TV, live streams, PowerPoint slides, or live websites. The screen can display multiple messages or be dedicated to one video source.
Digital Signage will allow your division/department to display multiple messages at set intervals to communicate with students, staff, faculty, or guests. Once the digital signage is installed, information is able to be updated quickly. You can develop your own content or work with iCIT to effectively communicate your message.
ICIT manages the infrastructure that supports digital signage on campus. Each department manages the content of their signage. For questions regarding content or to make a content request, please see the content owners below:
|Greenhill Center of the Arts||Sarah Altermatt||Digital Screen Size: 1920x1080px Format: JPEG|
|COEPS||Stan Smoniewski||Digital Screen Size: 1920x1080px Format: JPEG|
|LTC/General Access Labs||Aaron Axelson||Digital Screen Size: 1920 x 1080px Format: JPEG - Leave boarder for cutoffs|
|University Center||Jenny Musilek||Signage only for UC Departments and UC sponsored or co-sponsored events.|
|ResLife||Rajen Patel||Text or graphic at 700x700px Submit at: uww.edu/residencelife/hall-postings|
To request a consultation for a new digital signage installation, please contact theTSC Helpdesk at 262-472-HELP(4357) or via email at email@example.com.
Live Training (UW-Whitewater Employees only)
Live training for Cisco Digital Signage is available on an as-needed basis. If you or your department are interested in scheduling a software consultation or a group training session, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some features for Digital Signage, streaming video for example, require an additional plugin to be installed both on the Digital Signage player as well as your computer. Please contact the email@example.com to verify that the Digital Signage plugin is installed/enabled on your digital player device first, then install the plugin on your computer.