AOA Conference 2012
The California State University system’s AOA Conference will be meeting in San Francisco at The Westin on January 8-11, 2012 and this year's theme is: "Supporting the Educational Mission of California's State Universities". The conference will continue to focus on opportunities for training, education and professional development for members. More here»
Four Winds Interactive at AOA 2012
FWi has worked with several campuses within the California State University system. Providing digital signage for the Chico and Northridge campuses, FWi looks forward to continuing its relationship with the California State University system and its auxiliary organizations. Come visit our table at 2012’s AOA conference and let us know if you’d like to schedule a meeting with us beforehand.
Registration ends January 5th.»
HOTEL AND TRAVEL
AOA 2012 is being held at the Westin San Francisco. More here»
The members that make up the Auxiliary Organizations Association (AOA) are the 90-plus organizations that are auxiliaries to the 23 campuses in the CSU system. Typically these organizations include foundations that handle contracts and grants or gifts to the university, or enterprise corporations that run bookstores and food services, or associated student organizations and student unions, and sometimes athletic or housing corporations. More here»
What our clients are saying:
"We saw the value in a campus wide digital signage solution for American University, especially because of how cost effective a campus wide solution was compared to individual departments implementing digital signage on their own. We're able to take advantage of a breadth of applications including interactive wayfinding, event listings, building directories, and dynamic tracking of building energy usage, to name a few. Overall, we feel like the digital signage system used across campus offers an avenue for us to communicate with our students through a network designed to project consistent, dynamic messages across the board."
Special Assistant to the Vice President of Campus Life