Digital Signage

The Olin library has a variety of options available for digital signage in the building. If you would like to promote your campus organization or event, let us know. Contact our Digital Services Specialist, Paul Gindlesperger for more information.

 

Loggia Plasma Screen

The plasma screen is located on the library loggia near the main entrance and exit of the building.

While preference is normally give to library-related content, members of the Rollins community are free to suggest and submit content for this screen.  The loggia is a high-traffic area, and the plasma screen is ideal for event announcements, information about campus organizations, etc. 

The plasma rotation is constructed in HTML and JavaScript (like a website.)  Submitted content can be static (flyers, posters, and the like) or can include videos.  If submitting a video, please upload it to a video sharing site (such as YouTube) and ensure that embedding is enabled. Static content is best submitted as an image, pdf, Word document, or single Powerpoint slide without embedded media. 

Please submit your plasma content requests to our Digital Services Specialist, Paul Gindlesperger, or librarian Susan Montgomery.  All submissions are subject to approval by the library director.

Plasma Screen

 

 

Screen Savers

In cooperation with Information Technology, the Olin Library now has the ability to alter the image content of the screen savers on all public computers in the library labs.  These screen savers provide another opportunity for promotion of Rollins-related information to library patrons.

You can submit screen saver content requests to our Digital Services Specialist, Paul Gindlesperger, or librarian Susan Montgomery.  All submissions are subject to approval by the library director.  Please format all submission as images, preferably in .jpg format.

Screensavers

 

 

Touchscreen Directory

Located in the main lobby of the library near the front desk, the touchscreen is used as an interactive directory of employees, locations, and services in the Olin Library.  If you notice any errors in the directory, contact our Digital Services Specialist, Paul Gindlesperger.

This screen possesses limited capabilities, but if you have any suggestions for its use or improvement, feel free to ask.

Touchscreen