Providing the SLU community an opportunity to learn and interact with the latest technologies. Students, faculty and staff will have access to 3D printers, 360 cameras, recording studios and hologram technology.
Students, faculty and staff can work with University Library and ITS staff to figure out what technology and tools will help them reach their goals. There are no lines at this help desk. Rather, it was designed to be a place to ask questions and quickly find answers.
West Pine Location (ATC)
Lindell Location (Einstein)
allows groups to brainstorm and create in an adaptable work environment
- Writable walls
- Mobile whiteboards
- Wireless presentation via displays within the space
Idea Labs: Immersive Creativity Studios
This space was designed from the ground up to provide a flexible and creative environment for brainstorming and collaboration
- Lightweight and movable furniture
- Floor-to-ceiling whiteboards and embedded touch displays
Space to Create
Designed to be a flexible and innovative resource to support a variety of technology needs and working styles
- Modular seating options and work areas
- Charging stations
- Quick print
- Computer work stations
- Open Computer Lab (3rd Floor)
- Quick Print (Common Area - ATC)
- Large Format (Print Studio)
- 3D (Print Studio)
Specialized Technology / Visual Presentation
- Hologram projections
- Laser cutters
- 3D printers and scanners
- Scan slides, images and documents
- Design and print fliers, brochures and posters
The Print Studio offers professional grade printing, scanning and finishing options to support student projects, conference presentations and other needs.
- Mount photographs and posters
- Laminate signs, photos, etc...
Audio Visual (Quick Record Studio / Editing Pods)
Loaded with high-quality AV equipment, the Quick Record Studio will allow users to create content for the classroom, homework assignments, interviews and student organization promotions. Editing Pods will include workstations with multiple displays and audio splitters for group work.
General Technology / Policies
- Technology Checkout
- Electronic Communications Devices Policy
- Food and Drink Policy
The Academic Technology Commons is happy to provide lockers for secure short-term storage of patrons’ personal items. These lockers are located on the first floor of Pius Library, in the hallway that leads to the Vatican Film Library and public restrooms.
Patrons may store items on a daily basis and should remove all items from their chosen locker when leaving the library. Daily-use lockers will be emptied on a routine basis, which will be announced using the library PA system when possible. The Library reserves the right to check any locker at any time. Any items that are left in a locker and removed will be held in Lost & Found, located at Patron Services near Einstein’s Bagels. Any such items that are not retrieved by the owning patron will be given to DPSEP to be catalogued. The Academic Technology Commons and Pius Library are not responsible for any lost or damaged personal items. For any questions on using a daily locker, please call the Academic Technology Commons Help Desk at 314-977-3103.
Patrons are encouraged to temporarily store unneeded items in a locker while using the Academic Technology Commons and Pius Library. Perishable food items, or library materials that are not checked out to a patron should never be placed inside the lockers. Any items left in a locker will be placed in Lost & Found as mentioned above, and any food or drink will be disposed of.
Using a Daily Locker
Inside each locker are instructions on how to lock and unlock it by setting a four-digit passcode. All items should be removed from the locker when leaving the building to avoid them being removed and placed into Lost & Found.