Projects & Events
MUT's Interactive Map of Carrigtwohill
Student's Degree Module
Phase I of Carrigtwohill's Interactive Map with accompanying series of videos had been Designed and Developed
by a small team of Munster Technological University Students (formerly CIT) of Class 2021 as an examination module,
‘User Experience Design’ for their Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in ‘Creative Digital Media’, with Maria Murray,
a native of Carrigtwohill as their lecturer.
Then during the summer months of that year, a much small team returned to complete a more comprehensive
phase II of the project. For this second phase the team came under the direction of our society, and
have cooperated fully with our requirements, producing a magnificent series of videos.
Members of Carrigtwohill & District Historical Society provided the narration for the videos, in addition
to the scripts which, in the main were of two hundred words dictated by the students’ college brief for
project; with many of the parish's images being provided by our historical society.
Interactive Map Design & Development
To view each video which in the main are between 1:30 and 2:30 minutes duration, simply open above menu and click on
‘MTU Village Map'. This will open the Interactive Map of Carrigtwohill with seven locations we
have initially identified as sites of significant importance verifying Carrigtwohill’s rich heritage.
The videos also document the protected structures as detailed ‘under the provisions of the Architectural
Heritage (National Inventory) and Historic Monuments (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1999.’
The base map used for our interactive map is an edited extract of the historic 25 inch map (1889-1913), and
will be of particularly relevance for those with an interest in the rich social and cultural history of
Carrigtwohill. These are to be found on Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSI) mapping system generated by
Hover over each location to see title, then click on item number to view. Once viewed open again above menu to return
'MTU Village Map' or close to return to main Carrigtwohill menu.
Our Sincere Thanks & Appreciation
This project was sponsored by Carrigtwohill Business Association with funding from Cork County Council’s
‘Amenity Fund’. The Association’s objective is to promote business in the area be they large, medium, or
small, but have kindly extended their support to include our historical society on this occasion.
Our additional thanks are extended to the Generalate of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God for permission to reproduce the
photographs of their convent, as supplied by their central archivist.