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Rice, Pollard, Smith Host Education Budget Forum Tonight at Blair High School

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Signs of the Times: New Digital Signs Project Launches This Week

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DEA Student Forum April 11: Please Share and Encourage Students to Attend

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Women's History Month Performance, March 9: Forging Frontiers

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Next TEAS Information Session: March 20 on Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus

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March 29 Screening: Hidden Figures

Signs of the Times: New Digital Signs Project Launches This Week

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Category: Need to Know

Published: Mar 8 2017 12:00AM

One of the most effective and powerful ways to communicate at the College is via the more than 100 digital signs on our campuses. This week, a new platform will be introduced to a small pilot group of screens and users.

The new program will provide users an easier way to create content for the signs and a more contemporary look, one consistent with the College's new brand. Users will have the potential to share information with either a much wider audience or a very targeted group as all digital signs, regardless of location, will share this new common platform.

The pilot program will run for approximately a month and data will be collected to use in preparation for a full roll out. As you walk around campus over the next few weeks, check out the new look!

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