Beth E Cataldo

Photo of Beth E Cataldo Department Visual Media Design Department 
 Office Visual Arts 143A
 Phone (415) 452-5107
 Mailbox V80
 Spring 2014 
 Office Hours
Spring 2014 Teaching Schedule
GRPH 23 Orient. to Graph & Multimedia 1.0 31187 501 Lec T 06:40-08:30PM 01/14-03/04 VART A114 Deadlines Final Book
GRPH 23 is an eight-week class, meeting from 1/14/13 to 3/4/14
GRPH 197 Graphic Design Work Exp/Intern 1.0
PREREQ.: GRPH 53B and 36. COREQ.: Enrollment in at least 7 units of coursework including this course and consent of instructor Repeat: GRPH 197, 198, 199, and HCT 82 combined, max. credit: 16 units
34124 001 Exp HOURS ARR  Deadlines Book MMSP 130 Multimedia Process and Produc 3.0
32972 001 L/L M W 01:10-04:00PM ARTX U264 Deadlines Final Book 33871 551 L/L M W 06:00-08:50PM 1125 Valencia St. A474 Deadlines Final Book MMSP 135A Web Dev for Designers Level 1 3.0
33164 001 L/L F 01:10-05:00PM VART U142 Deadlines Final Book MMSP 136 User Experience (UX/UI) 3.0
34958 501 L/L T 06:10-10:00PM VART A143 Deadlines Final Book MMSP 160 Multimedia Intern/Work Exp 2.0
Repeat: Maximum credit: 8 units
34332 001 Lec HOURS ARR  Deadlines Book WAIT LIST

B.A., Boston College
M.A., San Francisco State University

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Beth Cataldo began her teaching career at City College as a part-time instructor in 2001 and was hired as a full-time instructor and coordinator of the Multimedia Studies Program in 2003.

Before teaching, Cataldo worked for more than 15 years in the publishing world, starting up and running new magazines, CD-ROMs and web sites about technology and entertainment for a variety of publishers, including Microsoft, Ziff-Davis, IDG and Inc. Publishing.

She began teaching in 2001, and received a Master's in Instructional Technology from San Francisco State University in 2003. She was the Multimedia Studies Program Coordinator from 2003 until 2014, creating and updating new curriculum and certificates that reflect employment trends in the Bay Area and advising students about the best paths to success.

She enjoys creating media, including documentaries, and has recently shown her movie "Ray Bandar: A Life with Skulls," at several local and national film festivals as well as on the educational channel NETA. Until November 2014, it is also playing as a part of the Skulls Exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences.

Her interest in the natural history of mammals and citizen science has also compelled her to work as a Winter Wildlife Docent at Point Reyes National Seashore, and as a volunteer at the Marine Mammal Center and the Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association. She is also currently volunteering as a surveyor for the Tsunami Debris Monitoring Program in the San Francisco Bay Area.

In her spare time, she has been working on many creative projects, including Apps, screenplays and educational short documentaries.

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