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What is Wiley Learning Institute?

Wiley Learning Institute provides professional development for leaders and faculty in higher education. Founded on the belief that the more applicable the knowledge, the more valuable it is, Wiley Learning Institute offers free, on-demand workshops presented in a way that makes the information immediately relevant to your day-to-day needs.

How do the online programs work?

Our on-demand workshops are available anytime, anywhere you have Internet access. Most are 90 minutes long and others range from 15 to 20 minutes. Please browse the library to see all available workshops.

How much do the workshops cost?

All Wiley Learning Institute on-demand workshops are now free!

How do I create an account?

To create an account to access Wiley Learning Institute on-demand workshops, simply click “Sign Up” on the main Sign Up page and follow the instructions.

I can't remember my password. What do I do?

To retrieve your password, click on the “Lost Password” link on the Sign In screen. Enter your email address and click “Reset Password” and a new password will be sent to you.

What technology do I need?

You will need a computer and Internet access. Wired connectivity to the Web is preferred but wireless is fine. 

We also recommend the use of a headset. It is not required, but it can be helpful depending on the environment in which you will be viewing the workshop. The headset is intended for listening only; if you have one with a microphone that is fine but you will not need it.

You will need a Web browser and the latest version of Flash that works with that Web browser. While Internet Explorer is supported, we recommend using the Firefox browser for stability and security. Below is a grid of operating systems, browsers, flash versions, and screen resolutions we recommend specifically for the online class experience.

                   
Platform
Windows XP
SP2, 2003, Vista, 7
Linux
Mac 10.4
or higher

 
Browser
IE 6, 7;
Firefox 2, 3
IE 6, 7;
Firefox 2, 3
IE 6, 7;
Firefox 2, 3

 
Flash Version
Flash Player 9
Flash Player 9
Flash Player 9

 
Recommended
Screen Resolution
1024 X 786
1024 X 786
1024 X 786