Digital Signage Policy
Only registered student organizations, campus governance units, academic units, campus departments/offices, and College committees are permitted to display content (digital slides and digital video) on the digital signage system.
The creation of content for display on the digital signage system is the responsibility of the group presenting the information to the campus community. See content and format requirements for helpful information about creating digital slides and digital video.
Content must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org a minimum of five (5) business days prior to the first date the content is to be displayed on the digital signage system. Content submissions must include the first name, last name, and phone number of the submitter, the date the content should start running on the digital signage system, and the digital slide or digital video file as an attachment to the email.
Campus Life reserves the right to address concerns or make suggestions related to digital signage content in an effort to reinforce the educational mission of the college.
Digital signage content that promotes or advertises the occurrence of a series of regularly scheduled meetings, activities or events will not be approved for display.
Digital signage content that includes references to the sale or consumption of alcohol or other drugs will not be approved for display.
Digital signage content that promotes or condones behavior that violates college policies, or local, state or federal law will not be approved for display.
Advertisement of commercial products or services on the digital signage system is prohibited.
The use of solid red backgrounds in digital slides and digital video is reserved for emergency communications only. Digital Ssgnage content submitted with a solid red background will not be scheduled for display.
Digital signage content that infringes on the copyrighted or trademarked works of others will not be approved for display. Copyrighted and trademarked material may include, but are not limited to, logos, digital images, photographs, paintings, movies, videos, and written works.
For an overview of copyright and fair use topics visit: http://fairuse.stanford.edu/Copyright_and_Fair_Use_Overview
To optimize the management of digital signage content, Campus Life reserves the right to determine what content is displayed at which digital signage location(s) and determine the duration, dates, and times content is displayed.
Content that violates digital signage policy or does not meet the minimum digital signage content requirements will not be approved for display.
Questions about these policies should be directed to email@example.com.