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Jodi Reed, MA
Computer & Information Science
Cuyamaca College
jodi.reed (at) gcccd.edu
office:  room E-107

Jodi has been teaching Web Development classes at Cuyamaca since 1998. She enjoys working with students in her online and face-to-face classes. In her free time, she enjoys family, reading, hiking, and sitting in her garden.

Jodi's Spring 2014 Office Hours

Monday: 10-11AM
online
Tuesday: 4-5PM
E-107 or E-206
Wednesday: 10AM-12PM
online
Thursday: 12-1PM
E-206 or E-107

Please request an appointment if you would like to see me outside office hours. I am also available by email.




Courses

  • Spring 2014
  • Fall 2013
  • All Courses
  • Recommended Sequence

CIS 212: Introduction to Web Development

A first course in Web development using Adobe Dreamweaver CS4.  The course includes site and page design principles and basic Dreamweaver functions.  Students create a small web site for a final project.

CIS 213:   Advanced Web Development

A second course in Web development using Adobe Dreamweaver.  The course focuses on database integration and also includes usability and accessibility.

 

CIS 212: Introduction to Web Development

A first course in Web development using Adobe Dreamweaver.  The course includes site and page design principles and basic Dreamweaver functions.  Students create a small web site for a final project.

CIS 211: Web Markup Languages

In this fundamental course in Web development you will use HTML5 and CSS3 to code web sites. The course includes site and page design principles, layout, tables, forms, images, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Students will create a small site to maintain as their own and more complex site for a final project. The course also requires multiple exercises throughout the semester which develop the skills necessary to publish quality web sites.

CIS 212: Introduction to Web Development

A first course in Web development using Adobe Dreamweaver CS4.  The course includes site and page design principles and basic Dreamweaver functions.  Students create a small web site for a final project.

CIS 213:   Advanced Web Development

A second course in Web development using Adobe Dreamweaver.  The course focuses on database integration and also includes usability and accessibility.

CIS 211: Mark-Up Languages

In this fundamental course in Web development you will use HTML5 and CSS3 to code web sites. The course includes site and page design principles, layout, tables, forms, images, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Students will create a small site to maintain as their own and more complex site for a final project. The course also requires multiple exercises throughout the semester which develop the skills necessary to publish quality web sites.

CIS 219: PHP and mySQL

This is an introductory course on using PHP and MySQL to create dynamic web applications.

Recemmended Web Development Sequence

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