John Steele, PhD
John Steele is a professor for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Grand Canyon University (GCU). Steele has been teaching first-year series and psychology students at GCU for 12 years. In addition, he serves as a faculty mentor and on several university committees. His research focuses on several aspects of online learning including plagiarism, technology innovation, student learning, and psychology. Steele also has interests in social psychology and artificial intelligence.
Last Updated: 7-27-2023
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