Traditional printing involves printing from a computer located in one of OIT's computing labs.
|Printer/Scanner Locations||Find campus print locations by using the interactive Printer/Scanner Location Map or the printer/scanner location list.|
|OIT Labs||Find information about OIT's computing labs|
The following outline is designed to be used in conjunction with the Four Winds resource page. There you find the Four Winds hardware configuration guides, software download links, support options and much more.
The following outline is designed to be used in conjunction with the Four Winds resource page. There you find the Four Winds hardware configuration guides, software download links, Support options and much more.
The following tips and tricks have been compiled to help you ensure a smooth digital signage implementation and maintenance.
Committee driven projects tend to experience ‘drag’ and a loss of productive hours resulting in additional time resources and expense. As a best practice, designate a central team of individuals responsible for each key area of responsibility. They can delegate as necessary.
|Processor||Any Pentium Class Processor (P4 and up)||Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz or higher|
2.0 GB for XP
2.0 GB for Vista & Windows 7
CU-Boulder has a campus wide agreement with Four Winds Interactive (FWi) to provide their digital signage software. This enables campus departments to implement digital signage for the cost of the related hardware and infrastructure (see below). The Office of Information Technology has purchased this software to encourage usage and standardization across campus departments.
Digital signage is a way of electronically displaying information in public spaces. A digital sign consists of a display device, typically a wall mounted LCD screen, and a connected player device that will play back content, typically a very small format computer. There are many variations to this, including using projection devices, and kiosk style signage. Digital signage can be displayed in many orientations, although generally uses a display mounted on a wall in landscape or portrait format.
Students, faculty, and staff use their Buff OneCards at print-release stations to pay for their print jobs, using Campus Cash associated with their Buff OneCard.
Students, faculty and staff:
Students are provided a set amount of free prints each semester. Learn more about student quota.
As part of the Student Computing Fee charged each semester, students receive a set amount of campus cash on their Buff OneCard to use toward printing from any SPS managed printer and release station.
Student quota is based on the amount billed to a student for the Student Computing Fee each semester.
This amount will is added to a cardholder account within 2 business days of the fee being uploaded to the University Bill.
Unused quota will carry over from the fall to spring semester. Unused quota will be cleared from the cardholder’s account one week after the Spring commencement.