• Sheridan’s SIRT showcase talents at City of Toronto event at TIFF

    Research Leads and co-op students at Sheridan’s Screen Industries Research and Training Centre (SIRT) showcased their talents in exciting real-time, virtual human puppetry and live compositing, while in attendance at xoTO House, an invite-only City of Toronto event to kick-off the Toronto International Film Festival. Real-time, virtual human puppetry allows you to control the face […]

  • Centre for Elder Research celebrates 15th anniversary

    Congratulations to the Centre for Elder Research as they celebrate 15 years of research! Since opening its doors in 2003, the Centre has been conducting innovative Lab to Life® research that enhances the quality of life of older adults while serving as an education and research hub for Sheridan and the broader community. The Centre […]

  • Strong Presence at OCE Discovery 2018

    Sheridan had an impressive footprint! But we also had quality as well as quantity: the project showcases were top notch, and our enthusiasm and strong partnerships were all plainly evident.   Official Discovery 18 video recap

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Strong Presence at OCE Discovery 2018

Sheridan had an impressive footprint! But we also had quality as well as quantity: the project showcases were top notch, and our enthusiasm and strong partnerships were all plainly evident.   Official Discovery 18 video recap

SirtNet Announcement: A Collaborative Competitive Edge for the Ontario Screen Industry

Sheridan College and a consortium of industry partners announced last Friday at xoTO Filmmakers Lounge in Toronto, the full commercialization of SirtNet, a first-of-its-kind in Canada, fibre optic based collaboration network for the Ontario screen industries. Read more.

Invitation to participate: Exploring the needs and interests of Canadian Entrepreneurs Age 50+

The Centre for Elder Research, Sheridan College, Oakville, Ontario is conducting a nation-wide study to help us to learn more about new and established Canadian entrepreneurs age 50+ as well as those individuals 50+ who are actively pursuing a defined business idea. The study is funded by the Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling […]

EEG Project Powered by Experiential Learning

Story about great device created by Sheridan staff and students : EEG Project Powered by Experiential Learning

Everyday Heroes: Kirsten Madsen

Building a Culture of Ethical and Purposeful Research – Story about Kirsten Madsen at Curiosities: http://curiosities.sheridancollege.ca/building-culture-ethical-purposeful-research/