Duke’s Digital Signage service is a centrally managed/locally controlled electronic sign and interactive display platform.
Sign Locations and Functionality
The Divinity School has 5 digital signs located throughout the School.
Interactive signs are located outside the Office of Academic Formation, at the top of the Goodson stairwell, and at the bottom of the Goodson stairwell (outside of the Communications hallway). Current functionality includes:
- Up-to-date Divinity directory listing
- Building maps; including routes to faculty and staff offices and meeting rooms/conference rooms/classrooms
- Campus dining locations
- Duke maps
- Bus routes
- Duke directory
- Divinity event listings (dynamically generated from the Divinity website)
In addition, session information for multi-session events can be displayed to the three interactive signs.
- For more information on submitting multi-session event listings to the 3 interactive signs.
Non-interactive signs are located in the student lounge and the Divinity Library reading room. These signs are used to display digital flyers and the monthly Divinity calendar.
Posting Digital Flyers within the Divinity School and Elsewhere on Campus (DukeFlyer)
Duke provides a publishing system, called DukeFlyer, for anyone with a NetID to submit flyers to digital signage displays across campus. Users can easily monitor when and where their flyers are displayed. DukeFlyer also allows digital signage display owners a way to easily manage their own flyers as well as flyers submitted by other departments and users.
- What is DukeFlyer?
- How do I participate in DukeFlyer?
- Which digital signage displays can I submit flyers to?
- Checklist to submit a flyer
- How to export slides to a 1920×1080 resolution
- How will I know if a group/department displays my flyer?
To post to the Divinity signs, select “Divinity-Gray” (for the Library) and “Divinity-Westbrook” (for the student lounge).