Molloy students are the first participants in new overseas certificate program

New Media students from Molloy are the first participants in the Certificate in Cultural Landscapes program at Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) in Ireland.  Students will receive credits that will count towards their degrees, and will help them complete their interactive map project.

Over the past semester, they have worked on an interactive map and archive of the Boyne Valley in Northeast Ireland.  They will use their experience from lectures and on-site visits to populate the interactive map.  The map and archive were created in the spring of 2016 by the students of Media Archaeology in consultation with Matt Applegate, Jamie Cohen, and Maraget DeLima.