Learn more about Katie Sonier, a new Research Assistant for the Digital Research Commons Pilot (DRCP)!
Our 2023-24 workshops include 4 event series and over 40 sessions on subjects ranging from 3D printing and website design to map-making and data sharing. Many sessions are beginner-friendly with virtual attendance options. Register today and learn about the ever-evolving world of Digital Scholarship! Scroll to learn more about all 4 workshop series.
The Sherman Centre invites applications for its 2024 Graduate Residency in Digital Scholarship. The residency program is designed to support graduate students to work on a facet of a research project in digital scholarship (related or not to their primary …
New Asynchronous Learning Modules: Self-Paced Lessons on Data Analysis, File Organization, Interactive Fiction, and Scientific Publishing
Are you new to Digital Scholarship and looking to learn about platforms like Git, LaTeX, SPSS, and Twine? Four new self-paced, interactive, beginner-friendly tutorials may be just what you’re looking for.
“Developing Breakthrough Services and Stimulating Cutting-Edge Scholarship”: Read the Sherman Centre’s 2022-23 Annual Report
From training thousands of digital scholars to launching silo-breaking initiatives, 2022-2023 was a year of tremendous development and activity at the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship.
McMaster library staff supported the digital exhibit that highlights first-person stories from Ukrainians impacted by the Russian invasion.
Are you new to programming and looking to learn about Python and R? Two new self-paced, interactive, beginner-friendly tutorials may be just what you’re looking for.
Six Graduate Residents publish a thought-provoking, prescient, and sensitive article on academic work and community in troubling times.
Meet two of the Sherman Centre’s new colleagues: Summer Student Assistants Shrey Acharya and Richie Motorgeanu.