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Jorge Oceja
141 Berkeley Way  San Francisco, CA 94131
Phone: (415) 3238947 E-Mail: 


Instructional Designer / Video, Web 2.0 and Web 3D solutions provider


Experience implementing elearning and 2.0 projects in institutional and private settings

Proven ability to work in different contexts and countries

5 years experience teaching / training

Academic/Corportate focus

Goal oriented with excellent language skills (Spanish, Portuguese, English)


UNED, Madrid (Spain) In progress

Doctorate Degree in Instructional Technology

San José State University 2007-2009

M.A in Instructional Technology

Universidade do Porto (Portugal) 2002-2004

B.A Educational Psychology

Universidad de Cantabria 1996-1999

Multiple Subject Teaching Credential. Specialization in ESL

Relevant experience

Synaptics. Inc 2009

Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation of training

Use of elearning tools (Camtasia, Articulate and Captivate)

Non-linear video editing

Department of Education of Spain 2005-2006

Successfully established online training programs for teachers

Developed multimedia materials

Usability and Accessibility Analysis

Fort Worth ISD (Texas), William Ellis School (England), Cons. Educación (Spain) 2000-2007
Extensive use of Educational Technology and Web 2.0 in the learning process
Technical Skills

LMSs and CMSs

Graphic Design, Web Design and non linear video editing

Elearning Software

Web 2.0 (Videocasting, Podcasting and 2.0 text tools) and Web 3D (Second Life)

Publications and Conferences

Oceja, J. (2009). Jornadas para el desarrollo de proyectos 2.0. Workshop presented at the Department of Education
Training Program for Spanish Teachers: April 18th, USC Los Angeles (CA), USA

Oceja, J. (2009).Google Docs for Educators. Workshop presented at Computer-Using Educators Conferences: March 5th-7th,
Palm Springs (CA), USA

Oceja, J. (2009). Cómo hacer que tus alumnos bilingües trabajen de forma colaborativa usando Google Docs. Workshop
presented at California Association for Bilingual Education Conferences: February 25th-28th, Long Beach (CA), USA

Oceja, J. (2008). Go Blogging: Designing an Instructional Unit that Helps Techers to integrate Blogs in the Classroom. Paper
presented at the International Conference of Education Research and Innovation: November 17th,18th, 19th, Madrid, Spain

Oceja, J. (2008). Second Life and Education: Possibilities and Limits of Proprietary Virtual Worlds. Paper presented at the
International Conference of Education Research and Innovation: November 17th,18th, 19th, Madrid, Spain

Oceja, J. (2008). How to Create and Maintain an Eucational Blog for the Language Arts Classroom. Oral presentation at
Innovative Learning Conference: October 14th,15th, 16th, San José Convention Center, San José (CA), USA

Limón, M. & Oceja, J. (2006). Influence of Planning and Familiarity on Individuals’ Metacognitive Knowledge and learning.
Paper presented at the Second Biennial Conference: July 19th-21st. Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK

Fernandez, A; Florez, J.C; Milicua, V; Lerena, E; Oceja, J; Lorenzo, A. (2005) Procesador de textos. Madrid: CNICE, Ministerio
de Educación y Ciencia. ISBN: 84-369-3955-7

Luna, R; Oceja, J; Moreno, C; Fonseca, E. (2005). Edición en HTML. Madrid: CNICE, Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia. ISBN:

Scholarships, awards and associations

Community Engagement Award by San Jose State University. 2009

Fulbright-MEC Scholarship for Masters in Humanities and Social Sciences. 2007-2009

MEC Visiting Program for Bilingual Teachers in USA. 1999-2000, 2006-2007

Research Scholarship in the National Center of Educational Communication and Research. 2005-2006

MEC Foreign Language Assistant in London, England. 2001-2002

Member of Cumputer-Using Educators (CUE), International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and California
Association for Bilingual Education (CABE)