Media/Technology Resources



Media/Technology Resources

St. Catherine University provides a myriad of technological and media resources for a successful course. These include media resources on both campuses as well as document services. St. Kate's preferred course management system is Desire2Learn. 

Academic Technology

The Academic Technology team provides services to help faculty members integrate technology into courses. Technology at St. Kate’s — from the traditional to the cutting edge — focuses on supporting and enhancing teaching and learning objectives. Learn more

Desire2Learn (D2L)

Every course at St. Kate’s is set up in the D2L learning management system. The Academic Technology group provides leadership in this area to faculty through training, workshops and the establishment of best practices. The Registrar’s Office works with IT to create D2L accounts for faculty. Faculty accounts are established once you are connected with a specific course in D2L.

Classroom Media Resources

Laptop and Data Projector

Most classrooms are equipped with a built-in ceiling projection system:

  • Laptop computer connections using a standard 15 pin VGA cable and plug for computer audio
  • Network access and wireless network access
  • DVD/VHS player
  • Closed Caption decoders for the hearing impaired, which is built in and can be turned on or off by the user

Additional Academic Media Resources

Document Services

Document services provides both printing and desktop publishing services. Electronic job submission provides online project submission to the Document Center from anywhere on campus at any time for the lowest cost. Note that document services needs at least 24-hours to complete requests.

Last minute copies for classes can be made using convenience copiers. Department assistants have the location and log-in information for the copiers. Using convenience copiers is a more expensive option for making copies and should be used sparingly.