Frequently Asked Questions
Digital signage for schools helps them to organize, inform, and entertain students, visitors, and school staff. The primary function of the system is to provide updated information about class schedules, events, announcements and emergencies.
Students should be encouraged to collaborate in their school’s digital signage programming in the same way they do with other school publications. QL digital signage software features a content approval system and other administrative measures so that only staff-approved content can be shown on the school’s screens.
QL supports images, video, audio, web pages including HTML5 content, streaming video and live data from various sources like RSS/XML. QL Server hosted data feeds, social media feeds from Facebook and Twitter, Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange data are also available ‘out-of-the-box’. QL also supports multi-layered templates and ticker overlays users create using built-in design tools.
Interactive displays are used for wayfinding and information kiosks throughout the campus, such as in school entrances and atriums. Multi-display/video wall installations can often be found in cafeterias and gymnasiums while more traditional signage is usually distributed across the rest of the facility. Use employee-facing screens to deliver administrative content while sending students class scheduling instructions and school news through screens installed in hallways and other common areas. Digital signage software makes everyone’s life easier.