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    I've been looking at different ways of advertising and was thinking that using hash tags could be a fun way for students to be able to post pictures of what they are doing around campus.  
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    Hi Nora,
    I've looked into the handtruck a bit further and it has some mixed reviews. Some people loveit and some say it's a bit hard to maneuver. It may be a bitcumbersome for a smaller person with little experience moving heavyequipment. It's an option, but ultimately may be ashort-term solution. The affordability may be worth it ifyou're needing to mov...
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    We have several screens in our facilities - one near our Information Desk, one in the seating area of of the food court, and two in high traffic areas where students usually have to wait for a service/meeting.  We had been using Four Winds for our Info Desk screen but when they updated their software they told us we would have to start from scratch (and pay for i...
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    Hey Kyle, 

    We used some carts like this: 

    https://www.grainger.com/product/35KT59?cm_mmc=PPC:+Google+PLA&s_kwcid=AL!2966!3!210339974082!!!g!350698010554!&ef_id=Wo9lcwAAAI8I6G5R:20180424185342:s

    The carts are kinda pricey but they can pull up even to the stage lock the wheels and you can roll the lecterns on and off. 

    -Ryan
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    Kyle - We experienced the EXACT same challenge at UMass Boston.   We use an equipment lift to place the podiums (3 total) on staging and risers.   We have been doing it for a dozen years.   It works, though I will admit that the podiums pay the price with dings/scratches.   You can lift and move equipment of that size every week and expect that it will remain l...
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    Sam,

    Are you looking for something that can display the images from different platforms as students use the hashtag?