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Digital signage is a communication tool which provides streamed video content to wall mounted TVs. This allows you to connect, communicate, and engage with your audience using a comprehensive software product from Reach Media Network. This solution entails a one-time installation cost of a digital media player and an annual service charge. The installation cost depends on the location, the type of TV and mount, signage player and the installation of any required power and network cabling. The annual service charge covers the use of the REACH software as well as unlimited training for new or existing users. They will also help with design of the content as needed.
Log in to the IT Self-Service Portal to request a digital signage quote.
Echo360 is a platform that combines video management with lecture capture and active learning to increase student success. Developed by educators, Echo360 helps instructors capture and share critical classroom moments to improve student engagement before, during and after class.
Echo360 gives faculty the ability to
- Record and stream audio and video in a digital format
- Manage and edit recorded videos
- Analytics and more.
Using these features, faculty can provide students 24/7 access to classroom discussion, presentation materials, and the lecture itself. For more information, visit our page on Echo360 or watch the video below for an overview of the Echo360 Active Learning System:
These interactive learning tools allow touch and pen-based interactivity from the classrooms podium monitor. Some classrooms also have an interactive whiteboard. This technology allows for the use of familiar, intuitive gestures for writing, drawing and collaborating. The easy-to-use Moderator software (pre-loaded on the classroom computer) allows lessons to be saved and shared. The software allows real-time annotation over a projected image (Interactive Mode) or over a blank image (known as Whiteboard mode).
Click the image below for an overview of Interactive Mode:
Click the image below for an overview of Whiteboard Mode:
The following guides are for use in the majority of classrooms across all campuses, excluding large lecture halls and distance learning rooms.
- Classroom Quick Start Guide
- Zoom Conference Quick Start Guide
- Room System Video Conference Quick Start Guide