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Osvaldo Jimenez

Office: Chambers Technology Center 121
E-mail: ojimenez@pacific.edu
Phone: 209.946.7348

Jimenez, Osvaldo

Academic Background 
Ph.D., Learning Sciences & Technology Design, Stanford University, 2013
M.A., Learning, Design, & Technology, Stanford University, 2003

B.S., Computer Science, Stanford University, 2002 

Teaching Interests
- Software Engineering
- Computer Programming
- Video Game Development
- Human-Computer Interaction

Research Interests
- Educational Games
- Video Game Development
- Computer Science Education 

Recent Publications
Jimenez, O., Arena, D.A., & Acholonu, U. (2013). Educational Video Games: The Devil is in the Details. Presented at the American Educational Research Association's Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. 

Jimenez, O., Arena, D.A., & Acholonu, U. (2011). Tug-of-War: a Card Game for Pulling Students to Fractions Fluency. In C. Steinkuehler, C. 
Martin, & A. Ochsner (Eds.), Proceedings of the Games, Learning, & Society Conference 7.0 (pp. 119- 127). Madison, WI: ETC Press. 

Alexander, A., Blair, K.P., Goldman, S., Jimenez, O., Nakaue, M., Pea, R., & Russell, A. (2010). Go Math! How Research Anchors New Mobile Learning Environments. In 2010 6th IEEE International Conference on Wireless, Mobile and Ubiquitous Technologies in Education (WMUTE) (pp. 57-64)