Digital Signage displays are great tools for educations establishments as their purpose is to impart knowledge. One of the best tools to help educators do this is with are Interactive Touch Displays. These displays are the future of the classroom and replace outdated interactive projectors. There are so many educational apps designed for smartphones and tablets ready for teachers to get students involved, engaged and excited about the learning process.
Interactive Touch Displays are purpose built for presenting and teaching, their large size (55”, 65” and 70”) allows everyone in the classroom to view the display. They also feature up to 10 touch points so learning with the touch screen can be a group activity instead of a solo one. A frosted etched finish improves tactility and diffuses light instead of reflecting it so the display remains clear and legible in all environments. Interactive Touch Displays are a great tool for education and collaboration.
Digital Signage within education does not just stop at Touch Screens; internal communication within schools and colleges is often an area that is overlooked. But with hundreds of students the need to convey information to them as quickly as possible is essential. From room changes and school events to emergency announcements Digital Signage screens can be updated instantly.
A more recent trend has been to place Video Walls in reception areas of schools. Video Walls are great as they can scale to fit any space. These are definite showstoppers and a real focal point for students and visitors alike.
St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School is located in St Helens, Merseyside. With just under 900 students, the school aims to ‘guide each of [its] students to develop their own unique gifts and talents’. In 2017, they first approached our partner, The school was looking to implement a professional system of digital information screens. They wanted a local partner who had expertise in this area and could also help with the installation of the new screens. The aim of the project was simple: to keep staff and students informed. At the beginning, they wanted to install screens in the school cafeteria, the staff room and the school entrance. . . .