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Mark Reynolds

Lecturer
Department of Information and Computing Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

585-475-4105
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Mark Reynolds

Lecturer
Department of Information and Computing Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Instructional/Support Faculty

585-475-4105

Currently Teaching

NACA-172
3 Credits
This course introduces students to web page and small-scale website development. Through hands-on laboratory experiences, students will learn the fundamental concepts needed to construct web pages that follow appropriate coding standards as well as basic design principles to present content in an attractive and organized manner. Topics include HTML, CSS, graphical elements, website publishing, and transfer protocols.
NMAD-182
3 Credits
Building on the fundamentals of programming, students will learn important topics related to object-oriented design. Topics such as class design, unified modeling language, inheritance, composition, logic building, implementation, design strategies, and testing are emphasized. Upon completion, students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the software development life cycle including a thorough analysis and design of a real-world software problem.
NACT-170
3 Credits
This course introduces students to designing and coding a multipage web site. Topics include an overview of the internet and web addressing, coding valid HTML and CSS, design principles, implementation on a server, and use of web development software. The use of hyperlinks, graphics, and multimedia in web pages will be covered.
NMAD-180
4 Credits
This course will provide students with a study of the fundamental concepts, logical structures, and algorithms inherent to computer programming. Students will learn how to write basic object-oriented programs in a contemporary programming language with a focus on mobile application development.