Jim Gerland: Adjunct Faculty, Buffalo State CollegeEmail: (The best way to reach me)
Office Hours: 12:30 - 1:30 PM Tu/Th
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Buffalo State College
224 Technology Building
Buffalo, NY 14222
This semester, I am teaching Web Programming I (CIS375), Electronic Commerce Technologies (CIS427), and Object Oriented Development (Java) (CIS425). In past semesters I've taught Computer Fundamentals (CIS101), Exploring Computer Science - Web Unit (CIS189), Database Systems (CIS 411) and Web Programming II (CIS475) here at Buffalo State. I look forward to learning from and with you all this semester.
I have been teaching at UB for over 25 years. I have taught for the former Informatics Program, the Department of Information Science (Graduate School of Education), the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Computational Data-Enabled Science and Engineering and Millard Fillmore College. I have also taught at Niagara County Community College Digital Media Department and Trocaire College Business Information Department.
In past semesters, I have taught Introduction to Computing (CSE101), Introduction to Programming with Java (CSE115), Introduction to Computer Literacy (LIS506), Introduction to Microcomputer Applications (MFC118), Web Programming II (MFC 211), Web Programming I (INF/MFC/CDA215), Systems Analysis and Design (MFC310), Database Management Concepts (LIS569), and a few other courses at UB and Introduction to Web Design (DIG111) and Advanced Web Design (DIG112) at NCCC and Information Literacy (BU099) and Information Technology (BU132) at Trocaire.
I also do consulting and contract training in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Project, Visio, etc.), database design (Oracle, MySQL, and SQL), and web design.