ART + TECHNOLOGY + THE LIBERAL ARTS

Welcome to the NCAT, St. Lawrence University’s state-of-the-art, interdisciplinary arts technology facility. Located in the Noble Center, the NCAT exists for two reasons: it meets the technological needs of the arts departments in teaching and learning; and it serves as a hub for collaborative, interdisciplinary efforts — both within the arts and across campus. The NCAT staff works with faculty members to coordinate the necessary facilities, equipment, and training to explore the intersections among digital technologies and the arts.

links to SLU stuff

July 14th, 2015 | Jo

SLU home

SLU email - browser login with access to email

SAKAI - Learning Management System for access to course information

SLUWIRE - campus announcements for students - also has other useful links for students

APR2.0 - access to course registration, academic planning and degree audits

SLU Portal - login for documenting work hours

Information Technology - all things tech including more links to campus resources

congratulations to graduates

May 15th, 2015 | Jo

Our congratulations to all seniors, but especially these NCATs who are graduating:

Tzinzun Aguilar Izzo

Sean Coleman

We will certainly miss you, but are thrilled to see you going on to bigger and better things!

ncat closed until Fall

May 15th, 2015 | Jo

The NCAT multimedia labs are closed for the summer. See you again when the fall semester begins!

For scheduling, please contact Assistant Director Jo Skiff.

ncat, dining services to offer 3D-printed food in dorms

April 1st, 2015 | Chris

3dpizzaThe Newell Center for Arts Technology and Dining Services are pleased to announce a new initiative in 3D-printed food. This new partnership will facilitate the installation of special 3D printers in eight of the residence halls later this semester; these stations will initially print pizzas, with fatbags available soon after. A wider selection of menu items will be added by the beginning of the Fall Semester 2015. “Dude, this is going to be so sweet,” said NCAT Director Dr. Christopher Watts. “The munchies are a thing of the past.”

tis the season for password changes

March 31st, 2015 | Jo

About this time of year, many folks will be prompted to change their passwords.

Did you know you can check anytime to see when your one year expiration date is? Just login to the IT website and on the right side you will see it looking like this:

Password expiration date

You can change your password there at any time as well.

Mac Users: Once you have changed your password and log in to a computer that you have used before, you may be prompted to update or start a new keychain. Update will preserve any other saved password data (like website logins) you may have on that machine, but either choice will prompt you for a password. It is looking for the old password so it can update the keychain with the new password.