Acing the Pre-Recorded Interview

Congratulations, you’ve been invited to a pre-recorded interview, now what? Generally, a live connect interview is preferred to a video interview when you can land one.  It is common though, especially in early-in-career-roles, that you will come across a request to complete a pre-recorded interview first.  Here are some tips to help ease your pre-recordedContinue reading “Acing the Pre-Recorded Interview”

How I Got Here: Product Marketing Manager

Featured Professional: Maya Condos What’s your current position? Product Marketing Manager-Business and Finance Titles How long have you been at Wiley? Since September 2020 What year did you graduate and what degree did you receive? 2019: B.S. in Integrated Elementary Education M.ed in Curriculum and Instruction Give us a quick rundown of your career path.Continue reading “How I Got Here: Product Marketing Manager”

5 Essential Tools for Marketers

By Sean Willey Marketing can be an intense profession, but also a very fun and creative one. There’s nothing better than seeing one of your projects captivate your customer’s emotions and build a positive perception for your brand. You might have heard that marketing is where type-A personalities really thrive, but I’m here to tellContinue reading “5 Essential Tools for Marketers”

Effective Tips for Note-Taking

Note-taking is an important part of your study. Having good notes can boost your confidence on the course, improve your productivity on digesting the knowledge, and most importantly, improve your exam preparation efficiency. It is truly not easy to take notes when a lot of information comes to you in the class. You can useContinue reading “Effective Tips for Note-Taking”

Your grades do not define you

Beyond classroom walls Schools were designed to teach subjects that instill core values to our lives. However, are restless nights, fried brains, and hand cramps worth the grade? Look at your life from an eagle’s point of view. How much do you sacrifice for school and where does your happiness and mental health fall onContinue reading Your grades do not define you

A Day in the Life of a Project Manager

Working in academic publishing doesn’t always mean writing or editing books (we have subject matter experts, called SMEs, for that!). It takes so many different skill sets and people to publish a book or a product. One of the cogs in the wheel of publishing is a project manager. If you’ve ever wondered what aContinue reading “A Day in the Life of a Project Manager”

An Introduction to Alta

Knewton Alta is a complete courseware solution that provides your instructor with control of the content in your course based on learning objectives or skills that you need to master. Just-in-time answer explanations and remediation provide students with what you need when you need it. The courseware combines targeted instruction, answer explanations, and remediation to close learningContinue reading “An Introduction to Alta”

How I Got Here: Financial Analyst

Featured Professional: Dan Spinelli What’s your current position? Financial Analyst – Research Finance, Partner Solutions How long have you been at Wiley? Just about 4 years What degree did you receive? Bachelors in History and Communication Studies from The College of New Jersey received in 2018 Give us a quick rundown of your career path.Continue reading “How I Got Here: Financial Analyst”

How I Got Here: Editorial Director

For our second installment of the How I Got Here series, we interviewed an editorial director who oversees content development for engineering books at Wiley! Read on to hear their story: WSS: What did you study in school? Is it relevant to your current job? I majored in electrical engineering in college. I love learningContinue reading “How I Got Here: Editorial Director”

Soft Skills in the Classroom

The classroom has more to offer than the subject knowledge around which the class is centered. The classroom setting also offers the opportunity to practice and grow your soft skills. These skills are things like communication, emotional intelligence, team work, leadership, and so on. Author of Wiley’s You Got This! The Real Skills You NeedContinue reading “Soft Skills in the Classroom”