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Formula: Digital signage equipment/technology + appropriate locations + useful information – old, dated technology (TVs) = better informed users in the library
RIS is leading this effort, working with Joe Strohkirch and other members of the university’s Digital Signage Advisory Committee. We’ve identified the Extended Study Area as the location for the first digital sign.
Users report being better informed on what’s happening in the library.
Feedback from students on usefulness of digital signage
Reports on problems/successes with the programming of the signage
Rubrics/Questions Used to Determine Score
Has the installation met the target?
Are the signs being updated?
Do students feel better informed about what is going on in the library?
Digital signage installed in extended studies area. (August 2016)
Data Collector & Frequency
[Note: Carrie Donovan is no longer employed by FLITE. March 2019]