Walk a Volcano
De The Creative Media & Digital Culture Program
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Walk a Volcano is an iPad app, which gives basic information about ten select volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest. The volcanoes include Mt Rainier, Mt St Helens, Mt Hood, Mt Adams, Three Sisters, Lava Butte, Rocky Butte (Joseph Wood Hill Park), Battle Ground Lake, and Beacon Rock.
The app includes pictures, basic information about the volcano, eruption risk, and things to do. Visiting the volcanoes is a great family trip! Several of the volcanoes can be visited in the same day. You and your children (or out of town guests) can swim in a volcano, hike a volcano, bike a volcano, picnic on a volcano or drive to a volcano and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Most of the volcanoes are extinct and are city or state parks.
The goal of the Creative Media & Digital Culture Program at Washington State University, Vancouver is to offer a broad-based intellectual experience that prepares students for the culturally diverse, technologically complex 21st Century.
Anchored within the field of digital media with emphasis on the intersection of art, technology, and the humanities, the CMDC Program features a strong interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary focus across the College of Liberal Arts, serving as a nexus for collaborations with The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, the College of Business, and the School of Engineering and Computer Science.