Clarkson University Honors Class Projects for Adirondack Museum





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Published on Apr 29, 2013

Each year the Clarkson University Honors Program connects its sophomore class with a local organization with a specific problem that needs a solution. The Honors Programs students then set out in groups to come up with real-world solutions to that problem.

This year the class collaborated with the Adirondack Museum to develop Web-based exhibits on a selection of topics based on the natural and cultural history of the Adirondack Park. The Museum asked the students to incorporate geo-referencing and visualization technologies, and they proposed a selection of possible themes including climate change, invasive species, acid rain, logging, mining, tourism, and transportation infrastructure.

The Honors Program students worked for two semesters on seven Web-based exhibits and now the Adirondack Museum will weigh the options they now have in hand free of charge.

Read more about the Clarkson honors program at http://www.clarkson.edu/honors .

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