Interview with Professor John Willinsky
AbstractJohn Willinsky began his career in education and working to improve the methods by which students learn. He moved to Stanford, eventually becoming the Associate Dean for Student Affairs, as well as the Khosla Family Professor of Education. His research encompasses literary theory, curriculum theory, lexicography, and European imperialism. However, his most recent work surrounds copyright law and increasing accessibility for students worldwide.
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