Jeremy joined Sheridan in 2008 as a Technologist tasked with aiding the delivery of various courses in the Communication, Culture, and Information Technology (CCIT) program, after graduating from that very program only months prior. In 2012, after having completed a Master of Information (MI) degree, he finally had the time to provide a larger commitment here as a Mac Tech in support of the Bachelor of Design (YSDN) and Web Design programs.
Today, Jeremy oversees several Apple-based computer labs that are shared by a range of programs within the Faculty of Arts, Animation, and Design (FAAD), as well as Apple-based computers used in classrooms belonging to both Art Fundamentals and Industrial Design. This involves setting up workstations, keeping them up to date with both industry standard and bleeding edge software solutions, and troubleshooting issues that both faculty and students encounter in their usage of the facilities.
Jeremy’s passion for digital media production as well as the educational process drives him to also be involved in the delivery of various classes in the University of Toronto affiliated programs of CCIT and Art and Art History. He greatly enjoys having the ability to help students learn both the theoretical and practical sides of producing content for today’s fast paced, ever-evolving landscape of devices and users.
- Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) Degree, University of Toronto
Major: Communication and Culture and Information Technology (CCIT)
- Master of Information Degree, University of Toronto
Master of Information, specializating in Knowledge Management & Information Management
- Certified Macintosh Technician (ACMT) Certification
Mac OS X Troubleshooting & Hardware Repair
My desk sits in the MacTech office of C153, next to the learning commons:
Mac Technologist for Print Journalism
- Mac lab set-up, maintenance, troubleshooting
Labs: AA1B, A202, C224, J316, J318, S209, S322, S419
- Mac desktop & laptop repair
- In-class technical assistance
- 905 845 9430, extension 8711
- Office: C153 (see above)