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About David Holder

David Holder has a Ph.D. in Educational Computers from the University of North Texas where he also received his M.Ed. in Secondary Education. Dr. Holder also graduated from Liberty University in 1994 with a B.S. in History. He has served as an Instructor in the College of Education at the University of North Texas teaching in the Department of Learning Technologies. He is currently at Liberty University in the School of Education Teacher Education program as the Secondary Education Coordinator.
After graduating from Liberty University Dr. Holder began teaching Middle School and High School Social Studies, and even the odd English course while working toward his Master’s Degree in Education. After a four year stint as an Instructor at the University of North Texas David took a job as the Director of Technology for Aubrey ISD, a public school district in North Texas.
Dr. Holder is married to Christine and has two daughters, Sarah and Elizabeth who are seven and nine respectively. They have recently moved to the Lynchburg area where they are fascinated by the Blue Ridge Mountains and the natural beauty of Central Virginia. They are excited and overjoyed at being a part of Liberty University’s School of Education.
While at Liberty Dr. Holder is researching the importance of virtual communities in the learning experience. His research interest include online learning environments, the relation of visual media on schema construction and working memory, and the role of electronic agents in learning.

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Present Assistant Professor of Education, Liberty University School of Education
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