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What is UTSA Digital Signage?

 

UTSA Digital Signage refers to the public-area flat-panel displays located throughout the Main, Downtown and Institute of Texan Culture campuses used for the widespread distribution of information and strategic messaging to the UTSA community.

Digital Signage offers a quick and simple way to showcase the latest announcements, alerts, promotional material, videos, images and other informational content in high definition. Over 85 digital signage monitors are conveniently located across the tri-campus to capture the attention of UTSA students, faculty, staff and guests and more importantly, to keep them up-to-date in real-time.

The UTSA Office of Information Technology (OIT) currently owns and manages 20 of these digital signage players and displays on the Main and Downtown Campuses. The remaining players and displays are operated by individual UTSA departments, who are able to update and display content to suit their needs.

 

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What Services/Support are available for UTSA Digital Signage?

 

The UTSA Office of Information Technology offers the following services and support for UTSA Digital Signage to the university community:

  1. Assistance with programming messages on the UTSA Digital Signage, campus wide playlists.
  2. Assistance with acquiring licensing and access to program messages.
  3. Consultation for purchasing and assistance with installation of digital signage players.
  4. Consultation for creating captioning for video messages.
  5. Training and tutorials on how to effectively program messages.
  6. Troubleshooting support for problems with monitors, video players, or the Screenly platform. 

 

Support:

 

To request service, support, or for more information, contact OITConnect.

 

Reference links:

 

Getting Started with Screenly  

How to add a new screen to Screenly Pro (Video)  

How to upload assets and create playlists on Screenly Pro (Video)

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