We recently attended a busy MAT conference where a well known COO asked us, “Hasn’t digital signage been a bit of a white elephant in schools over the years”? It’s a good question and one we will cover in our upcoming webinar – ‘A digital signage discussion amongst Multi Academy Trust leaders’ on December the 7th at 10am.
The event will be led by TrilbyTV Director Neil Emery, who will be joined by –
Bruce Wilson, Head of Educational Technology at United Learning
Charles Ealham, Head of Service Delivery at Harris Federation
Simon Cleverley, National Infrastructure Manager at Oasis Community Learning
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During the webinar we will be answering questions like;
Digital signage is an important communication platform in the world outside of education but what does it offer for schools and MATs when used effectively?
Successful digital signage is made up of multiple layers, so what should schools consider when it comes to hardware choices, set up and who needs to be managing the updating of the content?
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We’ll finish our hour long conversation discussing what digital signage should/could be achieving in UK education.
If you’re interested to find out more, click below to sign up.
Building trust communication and culture with digital signage webinar
Our last webinar explored how to utilise digital signage whilst unifying communication across Multi Academy Trusts. The hour-long webinar discussed the different stages and processes of planning and strategy. We heard about the impact that digital signage has on all stakeholders, sharing successful examples and discussing what can be achieved within a trust. You can view this below.
At the end of the webinar there will be an opportunity for you to book a demo with us, choose between a signage discussion, TrilbyTV overview or full product walkthrough. You can also try out TrilbyTV with a 30 day free trial, where you can explore our easy to use features and experience our digital signage platform made for education.