The Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship provides consulting, instruction, and technical support to faculty, staff, and students with all levels of technological experience. Sherman Centre staff consult on any stage or aspect of a research or pedagogical project to help determine the approaches that best suit the project–whether big or small.
The Sherman Centre hosts a regular “Do More with Digital Scholarship” workshop series, a graduate residency program and colloquium, a visiting scholar series, and an undergraduate course (HUMAN 2DH3).
The Sherman Centre’s scholarly and technical research projects range from digital storytelling, 3D modeling and printing, data visualization, minimal computing, digital pedagogy, research data management, and data ethics.
We are located on the first floor of Mills Library at McMaster University. For researchers working on projects in the Centre, it is open and available whenever Mills Library is open.