G U I D E S   &   R E P O R T S
Digital Signage for Higher Education Facilities: What You Need to Know
Digital Signage for Higher Education


Calculating the return on investment for digital signage implementation requires consideration of both “hard” and “soft” benefits as well as the overall cost of ownership.

Consider these statistics:

  • There are more than 350-plus software products on the market developed specifically for the management of digital signage content.
  • Global revenues generated by placement of messaging within digital signage networks grew 16.3 percent in 2010. Revenues are expected to grow an additional 16.9 percent by the end of 2011.
  • It is estimated that there are 1.4 million commercial, content-rich digital displays delivering marketing materials in North America today.

Get started!

 



Guides & Reports
A/V Switcher/Scalers for the Digital Classroom
New presentation switcher/scalers include smarter features and are faster than ever. Download this free White Paper and learn more today.

Download: 109 HD Rooms on Medical Campus - Choosing the Right A/V Equipment
Integrated A/V Systems Fuel Collaboration at New UMass Research Facility

Download: 2014 Guide to Low Cost, Surface Mount Loudspeakers for Higher Ed - Plus Buying Tips
Download this free TechDecisions 2014 Product Guide to 50 Low Cost, Surface Mounted Loudspeakers for Higher Ed, college and university campuses and classrooms. Buying and placement tips to self-powered or constant voltage transformer type speakers, matching acoustic coverage and performance to the specifications and data. These speakers provide on-board amplification, built in volume control and often a microphone input as well, making them a self-contained mini-PA system in a box. Check out products from Anchor Audio, Atlas Sound, Bose, Community, Electro-Voice, Extron, Innovox Audio, JBL Pro, Kramer, Lowell, OWI, Pragmatic Audio, QSC Audio, Quam, SnapAV, Soundtube, Speco Technologies, TOA, and Yamaha.

The Textbook Model of Collaborative Learning Spaces and the Teams that Made it Happen
A textbook example of how the collaboration between Snøhetta, Pearce Brinkley Cease and Lee Architecture architects, technology designers from integration firm AVI-SPL, software and hardware technology manufacturers such as Cisco, AMX, Christie Digital, Sharp, and K-array came together to create five collaborative learning environments at the James B. Hunt Jr. Library on the Centennial Campus of North Carolina State University.

Download: Getting Your HigherEd Campus Network Ready for BYOD
Download this Guide to Getting Your HigherEd Campus Network Ready for BYOD which provides tips from IT experts on how to ensure your organization’s Bring Your Own Device roll out is solidly designed taking into consideration: security; change of employment status; liability; who pays?; administrative infrastructure; permissions and policies; your wireless network and making the ROI case.

More guides & reports



Members, Log In Here

To download, complete the form below to gain FREE access to this report and become a TechDecisions Member! Sign up once and you're done...you'll never have to fill out another form.

First Name: 
*
Last Name: 
*
Company: 
*
Title: 
*
Address: 
*
City: 
*
State: 
  Zip: *
Country: 
Province: 
*
Postal Code: 
*
Phone: 
*
Email: 
*
Primary Job Function? 
*
Purchasing involvement? 
*
Username: 
*
(Name used to log in)
Screen Name: 
*
(Name displayed on site)
Password: 
Confirm Password: 
Please enter the word below: 

* indicates required fields. If you reside outside of the US, please disregard State / Zip and click submit.

By becoming a TechDecisions member and downloading this document you agree and acknowledge that your TechDecisions registration information may be passed to our third-party sponsors who may elect to communicate directly with you about their products and services.