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Rhonda Bauerlein

Rhonda Bauerlein

Instructional Design Technology Specialist


Contact Info:

Phone: (619) 660-4013
Office: C-111


Rhonda provides professional development workshops, online courses, and individual training for Cuyamaca College faculty on topics such as instructional design, Canvas, pedagogy, multimedia creation, online teaching, and instructional technology.


If you need help, the best way to reach me is through email. You can expect a response within one working day, so if you don't hear from me, please resend.

If you need immediate help with Canvas, you can call the 24/7 helpline at 1-844-592-2205.

If you have several questions or would like personalized training, please schedule a meeting time. We can meet online using Zoom. Schedule a meeting with me by clicking the button below. You can receive up to 5 hours of Professional Development credit each semester for meeting with me. Fill out the Completed Individual activity form to get credit.

Schedule an appointment to meet with me


Workshops are usually scheduled during Professional Development Week, however as needs arise, they are offered throughout the year. In the navigation menu on this page, you will find links for workshop descriptions and resources and a schedule of workshop dates and times.



I have worked in higher education for a long time. I was an adjunct and administrator at colleges in Colorado before finding my passion in my current position as the Instructional Design Technology Specialist for Cuyamaca College. I'm one of the lucky ones who gets to wake up almost every morning and think, "I love my job!"

Prior to my career in education, my working journey started as a computer programmer for satellite tracking in NORAD while serving in the Air Force, then as a programmer/consultant for small business accounting systems and banking.

My last name, Bauerlein, has a lot of vowels in it, which makes it hard to spell and pronounce. So here are a few tricks to help. Bauerlein rhymes with powerline. In German, it roughly translates as "little farmer" because bauer (pronounced bower) means farmer, and lein (pronounced line) means small or little. In fact, I come from a long line of farmers that came to the US in the 1800's to settle on Ohio farmland.


Last Updated: 03/18/2020
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