Karyn J Beyer

Photo of Karyn J Beyer Department Broadcast Electronic Media Arts Department 
 Office Arts Extension 160
 Phone (415) 452-7364
 Mailbox A6
 E-Mail kbeyer@ccsf.edu
 Home Page http://www.ccsf.edu/kbeyer/
 Summer 2013 
 Office Hours
 
Summer 2013 Teaching Schedule
BCST 100 Intro to Electronic Media 3.0
ADVISE: ENGL 93 or 94 or placement in ENGL 96
52286 831 Onl HOURS ARR 06/16-07/25  Deadlines Book 52767 832 Onl HOURS ARR 06/16-07/25  Deadlines Book
BCST 100-Sec 831 & 832 are online classes. No meetings On-Campus. For course details students must check instructor's website at http://www.ccsf.edu/kbeyer/. For more information about online courses go to http://www.ccsf.edu/online/courses
BCST 103 Mass Media and Society 3.0 51385 831 Onl HOURS ARR 06/16-07/25  Deadlines Book 52279 832 Onl HOURS ARR 06/16-07/25  Deadlines Book 52768 833 Onl HOURS ARR 06/16-07/25  Deadlines Book
BCST 103-Sec 831, 832 & 833 are online classes. No meetings On-campus. For course details students must check instructor's website at http://www.ccsf.edu/kbeyer/. For more information about online courses go to http://www.ccsf.edu/online/courses.

B.A., Communications (University of California, San Diego); M.A., Radio/Television (San Francisco State University)

Ms. Beyer has taught at City College of San Francisco since 1994. Her primary focus in her own study of media has been the evaluation of how media and society interact from various critical perspectives. Her research on female self-representation in music videos earned her a top research award from San Francisco State University as well as recognition in the California State University Research competition.

Prior to teaching at CCSF, Ms. Beyer was a teaching assistant at both UC San Diego and San Francisco State University. She spent significant time in the early 1990s working with the writers and producers on the television show "Roseanne" while researching her masters thesis, which led to some independent projects for the writers, including a retrospective evaluation of the 1991-1992 season for use by the producers. In 2003, she worked with the production team and did research on the set of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer". She also worked briefly in radio while in San Diego.

In 1999, Ms. Beyer was part of the original pilot group that developed the online course program at CCSF, and currently teaches all distance learning courses Introduction to Electronic Media (BCST 100) and Mass Media &> Society (BCST 103) are both offered as online courses. In addition to her current classes, Ms. Beyer has also taught Critical Television Viewing, Writing for Electronic Media and Women &> Mass Media.

In addition to teaching at CCSF, Ms. Beyer is a private civil litigation instructor, training secretaries and support staff in litigation skills for state and Federal Courts throughout California.

In her spare time, she trains and shows Bernese Mountain Dogs.

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