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Jodi Reed

Jodi Reed

Acting Dean of Learning and Technology Resources


Contact Info:

Phone: 619-660-4405
Office: F-105
Office Hours: by appointment



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CIS 211  Web Development I

Course Links:

CIS 211 Website

Course Notes:

This course is a hands-on overview of current web development. Emphasis is on coding and debugging valid HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), but the course also includes design principles and introductory graphics production to encourage attractive, usable design. Mobile development is introduced. Student use industry standard development environments to create websites.

  • There are 2 sections of this course.  One is fully online and the other is blended (meets once a week and is partially online). 
  • The online course has an online orientation that must be completed by Sunday of the first week.  You must complete the orientation by Sunday of the first week or you will be dropped from the class!
  • Blended students are required to do work online outside of class time (reading, exercises, videos, quizzes, etc.). 
  • You must keep up with assignments to stay in the class.
  • An email is sent on the first day of class with login and orientation information.
  • Textbook information is identified in the course syllabus and the college bookstore web site.
  • Read the syllabus!

Teacher Profile

Jodi has been teaching Web Development classes at Cuyamaca since 1998. She is passionate about teaching and loves helping students learn web development and problem solving. In her free time, she enjoys family, reading, hiking, and gardening.

She's currently serving as Acting Dean of Learning and Technology Resources and will return to faculty in August.

Find out more at her course website:

Last Updated: 05/31/2018
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