By Elyse Letts | Posted June 10th, 2024 Imagine playing with a toddler – one second they’re sitting quietly and colouring, the next they’re playing with a ball, and before you know it, they want you to chase them down …

The More You Share, The More You Learn: Creating an Openly Available Toddler Activity Measurement Tool  Read more »

By Anabelle Ragsag  | Posted June 10th, 2024 I am Anabelle Ragsag, a doctoral student at McMaster University’s School of Social Work. My doctoral research aims to join scholarly conversations in the intersection of political economy, governance of welfare algorithms, …

Why Should Social Work and Social Policy Researchers Care About Welfare Algorithms?  Read more »

By Bruno Santos | Posted June 10th, 2024 Olá! My name is Bruno Santos and I’m in the first year of a PhD program in Geography at the School of Earth, Environment & Society at McMaster University. More specifically, my …

Embracing the Digital Scholarship Experience as a (Beginner) Transportation Researcher  Read more »

By Katie Waring, Graduate Resident | Posted June 10th, 2024 My Sherman Centre residency project begins with the premise that disabled stories matter. Disabled stories matter because disabled people—historical, present-day, and future—matter. Yet, documenting historical stories of disability can often …

Storying Disability: Digital Community Archives as Public Memorial at New York’s Craig Colony for Epileptics   Read more »

By Brad McNeil, Graduate Resident  | Posted June 10th, 2024 My name is Brad McNeil, and I’m a third-year PhD Candidate in McMaster’s Communication, New Media & Cultural Studies program. My doctoral research sits within the nexus of platform governance, …

Database Development for a more Global Outlook on Platform Governance  Read more »

A recent ransomware attack has had sweeping impacts on various Hamilton city services over the past week. Affected services include city phone lines, the bus schedule app, library WiFi, computerized aids for city workers, and permit applications. CBC Hamilton spoke …

SCDS Academic Director Andrea Zeffiro Expertise Highlighted in Coverage of Hamilton Ransomware Attack Read more »

The Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship is proud to announce we are partnering with the newly launched Canadian Certificate in Digital Humanities (cc:DH/HN)!  The Canadian Certificate in Digital Humanities (cc:DH/HN) is the joint effort of a number of partner organizations, including …

SCDS Partners with the Canadian Certificate in Digital Humanities (cc:DH/HN) Read more »