If you are in the higher-education technology space, you need to be attending EduComm in Chicago on November 15-16. The tradeshow is brought to you by Exponation, the company who also puts on Digital Signage Expo each year, which is the largest dedicated signage show in the US.
If you are plan to attend already, take full advantage by listening to the educational seminars by some of the industry’s top thought leaders. A full list of the seminars can be found here, but below are some of the talks we are most looking forward to hearing:
This seminar is hosted by Aerva’s Vice President, Scott Cronin. Scott is an expert in deploying engaging and dynamic programs across campus networks, having worked most recently with many colleges and universities including Columbia University, Fairfield University, Plymouth State and Babson College on cutting-edge digital signage deployments with interactive media. This talk is sure to give you best practices for engaging students, visitors and faculty with videos, data feeds, social media and other forms of dynamic media.
Learn about how to create a successful content strategy and evaluate new technologies in the digital signage space with Jay Leedy and Tom Stipes. Jay is Vice President of Sales - Media Group at Diversified and Tom is the Director of Digital Communications at Georgia Tech. They will be sharing their experience, best practices, the tools you need to create a successful signage network at your school.
Hear from Thomas Kunka from the University of Illinois at Urbana Campaign on how they successfully executed a digital display network on campus that is comprised of over 300 digital displays in 22 different locations. Learn how their staff created a strategy that allowed them to successfully manage this massive campus network. This is a talk that university IT staff cannot miss if they plan on growing their digital network in the future.
Don’t forget to stop by the Aerva booth #214 to say hello and talk more about the tools you can use to manage your university digital display network.