The College of Saint Rose digital signage system is a network based video display system that allows departments, offices and students to have access to an effective and fast means of communicating with students, employees and guests. Digital Signage allows people to create and preview an electronic message to market particular programs and services that are available to users of the College.
The College of Saint Rose will use this system to increase the effectiveness of communications to students, faculty and staff. The guidelines set in this policy will help ensure that digital signage communication to the College’s students, faculty and staff is professional, clear and relevant. This policy will be administered and enforced by the Information Technology Services (ITS) department. Faculty/Staff/Administrators should direct questions or concerns to ITS and students should communicate with Student Affairs.
Copyright and Trademark
No copyrighted or trademarked content can be posted on digital signage unless the College has written permission from the copyright or trademark holder to use the content. Only content the College owns, clip art from Microsoft, or royalty free content can be used with digital signage. Content creators are responsible for abiding by copyright and trademark laws. ITS does not have the resources to verify that content are in compliance with copyright law. If there is any doubt about copyright or trademark compliance content creators will be asked to provide documentation or remove the content from the posting. If you have any questions or concerns regarding copyright or trademark law, please contact ITS.
- Various offices and schools will each have one account and two trained users to create content for their faculty, staff, and administrators.
- The Office of Student Affairs will be the approving authority and clearinghouse for student messages on the system.
- Messages with no corrections or edits will be approved by ITS for posting within two business days.
- Information Technology Services would appreciate any data or feedback about the system; particularly how it relates to any impact on the services you advertise (increase/decrease in attendance or service utilization, etc.)