Digital Signage

Service Description

Information Technology (Information Technology) provides Digital Signs to the Campus Community which allows departments to display and remotely manage dynamic, media-rich content, including sideshows and videos.

Who can use the service?

Faculty and Staff.

What is included?

  • Training on publishing media content to digital screens
  • Technical support

How do I get this service?

Requests to participate can be made on the Information Technology website.

Access to an existing digital sign can also be requested via the access request form.

What operating systems are compatible with this service?

  • Windows
  • Macintosh
  • Linux

What browsers are compatible with this service?

  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer

How long does it take to get the service?

Training and access to content management are available upon approval. The time required for installation is dependent on many factors, since the installation of digital screens in hallways is subject to university regulations on fire safety and the availability of electrical power and network connectivity.

How do I get support?

Support for this service is provided Monday through Friday, during operating hours through the Information Technology Help Desk.


Training and support for Digital Signage is an Information Technology Baseline service and is offered at no additional cost to the Campus Community. Participation in the initial pilot program includes the appropriate set-top box and software at no cost. The participating department is responsible for the cost of the screen or monitor.  Additional costs may be incurred for future deployments of digital signs.