Sheridan SOURCE serves as a collaborative commons for scholarship, research, and creative activities that enriches our approach to teaching and learning, and expresses Sheridan’s values. See the SOURCE Brochure.
Let us count the ways!
Sharing your work encourages creative collaboration with scholars and creators around the world and here at Sheridan. Connecting within and across disciplines opens up new possibilities.
SOURCE leverages online search tools like Google and Google Scholar to increase the visibility and dissemination of your work, meaning increased citation counts and greater awareness of your expertise.
SOURCE ensures digital stability by preserving your works in one place.
Contributing works to SOURCE helps scholars, researchers, the creative community, and prospective students, from diverse backgrounds and locations, easily discover what makes us unique.
Sharing your work on SOURCE meets the archiving and dissemination policies mandated by Canadian and international research funding agencies. (See the Tri-Council Open Access Policy on Publications.)
Current Sheridan faculty, staff, and administration are encouraged to
Former Sheridan faculty, staff, and administration as well as alumni may also be able to contribute: contact the SOURCE Team for more information.
Contributions include, but are not limited to, the following works of research, scholarship, and creative activities:
The SOURCE Team curates items only for relevance to the scope and purpose of the repository, contributor’s affiliation with Sheridan, supported formats, and copyright considerations. The SOURCE Team does not edit, fact-check, or advise on content.
Contributing to SOURCE is easy as 1-2-3!
The SOURCE Team will do the rest!
See the Contributor FAQ for a full list of loan periods.