Sherman Centre announces 2022-2023 workshops, return of certificate program
The Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship has launched its 2022-2023 workshops, with offerings from research data management to podcasting.
Archives Alive returns with virtual talk tracing history of the beloved and beauteous chapbook
Join Gillian Dunks for Devils, Angels, Scoundrels, Fortunes, and Fables: British Eighteenth-Century Chapbooks at McMaster University Library on Oct. 6, 2022.
Renovated and expanded campus accessible tech space reopens to students
Students were officially welcomed back to the space—located in Mills Memorial Library—on Tuesday Sept. 6.
Machine Learning with R: K-means Clustering
Clustering is an unsupervised machine learning approach for finding subgroups of observations within a data set. This workshop will introduce participants to the theoretical part of the most common clustering method, K-means clustering.
Learn How to Use a Green Screen (Creativity Series)
This beginner-level workshop will introduce learners to filming and editing green screen, paying special attention to lighting, editing technique and the creative potential of this medium.