Holim Song, Associate Professor
Primary Research Focus
Effective instructional system and design for promoting student-centered teaching and learning with the use of instructional technology.
Dr. Holim Song is an associate professor of Instructional design and technology in the College of Education at Texas Southern University, where he has taught since 2005. Song’s primary research focus is in effective instructional system and design for promoting student-centered teaching and learning with the use of instructional technology. He edited two books – “Handbook of research on instructional systems and technology” (ISBN: 978-1599048659), and “Handbook of research on human performance and instructional technology” (ISBN: 978-1605667829). He recently published “Distance learning technology, current instruction, and the future of education: Application of today, practices of tomorrow” (Premier reference source, ISBN: 978-1615206728). Song has also written many articles published in journals such as International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, and International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies. He earned his Ed.D. and M.A. at the University of Houston.
- EDCI 210 – Instructional Design and Technology I
- EDCI 340 – Instructional Design and Technology II
- EDCI 917 – Computer Competency for Doctoral Dissertation
- Ed.D., University of Houston
- M.A., University of Houston
- B.A., Kyunghee University, South Korea