Digital Signage

Digital signage refers to displaying content (such as slideshows, videos, and advertisements) on a digital display. Content can be rotated automatically or manually updated. TVs are generally used for digital signage on campus.

Using a Chromebit for Digital Signage

Asus Chromebit

A Chromebit is a dongle running Google’s Chrome OS operating system. When placed in the HDMI port of a television or a monitor, this device turns that display into a personal computer. Chromebit allows adding a keyboard or mouse over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.

Chromebits are used across campus to display digital signage content in a variety of ways; for example, using Google Slides to run a looping slideshow.

Get Started

For guidance in implementing a digital signage solution, please contact the IS Client Engagement team by opening an AskDeac request ticket.

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Last modified: August 5, 2019