Dear Center for Internet and Society's 2013 Introductory Meeting at Stanford Law,
It was great to talk with all of you today.
I'm writing to share with you some information about startup World University and School's beginning, online, Law School, planned for all countries (242+) and in many, many languages (of the 7,105+) - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/World_University_Law_School#World_University_and_School_Links - as well as some links to related, wiki, WUaS, subject pages about which you spoke (or are a professor) -
Electric and Hybrid Vehicles -
Film - Documentaries -
Electrical Engineering -
Computer Science -
Most of these are accessible from the main, WUaS 'Subjects'' wiki page - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Subjects - and anyone can begin a wiki subject at WUaS. This is planned for all languages; Wikipedia, by way of comparison, is in 285 languages, and we all wrote it. Scroll up on the links above to see the MIT OCW courses and other courses, mostly from great universities, as well as resources. Wiki WUaS - also for open teaching and learning - adds C.C. MIT OCW and Yale OYC courses, as well as other OER courses and resources from great universities around the world such as these - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Courses#University_course_listings - and invites the public to do so as well, by clicking 'edit this page'.
World University and School would like to become the online MIT / Harvard / Yale / Princeton / Stanford / Oxbridge + of the Internet, and in many languages and countries, and plans to hire many graduate students, and potentially from Stanford Law as graduate student instructors and researchers, for example, and in many languages, also.
Thank you again for your talks today about CIS, and WUaS would be very interested in exploring collaboration possibilities in many of the areas above, as we begin to accredit, and develop around the world.
An online WUaS Law School in each of 242+ countries, under one 'umbrella,' would provide many, many, job opportunities, and would be a very beneficial development in the field of law +, worldwide, for so many.