8 WAYS HIGH SCHOOLS CAN USE VIDEO SCOREBOARDS IN THEIR CURRICULUM

8 WAYS HIGH SCHOOLS CAN USE VIDEO SCOREBOARDS IN THEIR CURRICULUM


Video displays and virtual scoreboards offer outdoor and indoor facilities the flexibility to host a variety of sports.
Schools across the country are also finding ways to leverage their investment in the classroom, providing students
real-life learning experiences.

  1. GRAPHIC DESIGN
    Students in graphic design classes produce game
    content and ads that are showcased on the LED
    video board
  1. MEDIA TECHNOLOGY & COMPUTER SCIENCE
    With video displays, students apply software and
    hardware knowledge and gain control room
    experience.
  1. ANIMATION
    High-energy crowd prompts created by students in
    computer animation classes spark memorable
    game day experiences
  1. MARKETNG & ADVERTISING
    Students generate revenue as they produce ads,
    develop sponsorship packages and sell video
    board ad space to local businesses.
  1. VIDEO PRODUCTION
    Students create hype videos to excite fans, and
    live stream the videos and other social media
    content to the scoreboard.
  1. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
    Beyond athletics, business classes task students
    with developing innovative digital display uses
    for the school and community.

7. JOURNALISM
Students in broadcast journalism classes do live
interviews with players, coaches and fans that
are shown on the gym or stadium scoreboards.

  1. PHOTOGRAPHY
    Since digital scoreboards can display color
    photos, students studying photography can
    snap pictures around campus for display on the board and to support ad design
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