SCDS Graduate Residency on Display
Applications are now open for 2023 SCDS Graduate Residents! This program supports graduate students as they work on a digital scholarship project. What is digital scholarship, you might ask? Instead of telling you, we’d like to show you.
In this blog post, we’ve rounded up blog posts, video presentations, and digital projects by past Graduate Residents. Take them as inspiration for the kind of work you might do at the Residency.
Browse this carousel of projects by past SCDS Graduate Residents:
Explore work by past Graduate Residents:
- An app for analyzing classical music by Cameron Anderson
- “Learning in Colour” – an e-resource on anti-racist education and building safe learning environments by Maddie Brockbank
- A map of the spread of the plague by Katherine Eaton
- A sensor that detected biometric and environmental data on dogs engaging in social work by Emmy Nordstrom Higdon
- 3D-printed fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls by Michael Johnson
- An interactive map of the flow of people, goods, and ideas during the Porcupine Gold Rush by Mica Jorgenson
- “The Null Hypothesis” – an online journal that brings scientific research to the public by Brianne Morgan and Akacia Propst
- A digital exhibit on Hamilton landmarks, co-created by Jeremy Parsons
- An open-access database of microbotanical specimens by Shalen Prado
- Research on off-grid wi-fi access and local area networks by Stephen Surlin
- A relational database on racialized violence by Sarah Whitwell
Watch videos of Graduate Residents discussing their experiences in the program.
- 2020 Graduate Residents Emily Van Haren, Helen Beny, Adrianna Michell, and Raquel Burgess join SCDS Academic Director Andrea Zeffiro and SCDS Postdoctoral Fellow Amanda Montague in a conversation about digital scholarship, including their work on food blogs, internet blackouts, Twitter collectives, and online surveillance.
- 2021-2022 Graduate Residents Cameron Anderson, Duygu Ertemin, Brianne Morgan, and Akacia Propst discuss their work building a musical app, digital exhibit on ancient Greek pottery, and open-access journal that brings scientific research to the public.
- 2021-2022 Graduate Residents Adrianna Michell and Emma Croll-Baehre discuss their work on the #PaidSickDaysSaveLives movement and twinfluencers.
- Past Graduate Residents Maddie Brockbank, Shaila Jamal, and Jess Rauchberg discuss their work building the Learning in Colour web resource, creating an OER for students in the Earth, Environment, and Society program, and examining how content creators challenge online ableism and shadowbanning.
We encourage applicants to think of digital scholarship as expansively as possible. Past residents have created online journals, built open educational resources, coded interactive apps, studied social media, assembled databases, examined off-grid wi-fi access, and much more. The possibilities are endless.
Apply to become a SCDS Graduate Resident today. The portal closes on November 4, 2022. If you have any questions, email the SCDS Coordinator Veronica Litt at email@example.com