A young scholar writes a paper sitting at a desk.

Sharing Ideas, Cultivating Innovation

We’re committed to never stop learning. So, we bring great minds together to think big. We work with subject matter experts to explore thought-provoking topics in higher ed that help learners go further.

Discovering new ways to support learners

Exchanging insights, asking the big questions, and sharing best practices are key to developing better ways to meet learners’ needs. We look at the challenges educators and employers face and research solutions to inspire innovation, improve student experiences, and support learners’ career goals.

Free Resources

Explore industry trends, research findings, emerging technologies, and new ways to engage people throughout their learning journey.

Research reports Webinars
Infographics Case Studies
Articles Podcasts

Faculty Enrichment

Keen to refine your teaching techniques? The Center for Teaching and Learning puts the latest faculty research and best practices at your fingertips.


Industry Trends

Find out what’s gaining traction in your sector to take your courses to the next level. 


Course Design & Delivery

Which course models offer the best results and why? Learn what works from those who’ve gone before you. 


Learning Tracks

Expand your teaching techniques by exploring different learning methods and styles.

Visit the Center

icon icon icon icon icon icon

Stay informed, gain insights

Stay on top of the world of learning. Subscribe to Wiley eNews to receive the latest education trends, partner success stories, research reports, and more.

Young asian male uses a smart board in the classroom.
  • Let's Talk.

    Complete the form below, and we’ll be in contact soon to discuss how we can help.

    If you have a question about textbooks, please email sscteam@wiley.com.

  • By submitting your information, you agree to the processing of your personal data as per Wiley's privacy policy and consent to be contacted by email.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.