NI100: Ulster University Interactive Media Students Projects

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NI100: Ulster University Interactive Media Students Projects

Project Attributes




CCGBC Museum Services


15th March 2022


As part of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s NI100 programme, Interactive Media students from Ulster University Coleraine worked with Museum Services to create new interactive websites.

Looking at collection themes that were relevant to the last 100 years of history in the Causeway Coast and Glens, the students have developed different ways for audiences to engage with the Museums collections. The exciting new websites explore the history of the NW200, Coleraine Battery, Ulster University, Ballymoney Show, Mountsandel and the Corfield Camera Factory in Ballymoney.

Thanks to Dr Helen Jackson who co-ordinated the project and to all the students involved.

Click below to view the websites: