An ongoing look at the partner publishers available through GVRL.
By Michelle Eickmeyer
In it’s nearly 210 years, Wiley has done more than just stand the test of time. John Wiley and Sons was founded by Charles Wiley, John’s father, in 1807. (John took over the family business upon his father’s death in 1826.) First established as a Manhattan-based printer, Wiley was the first U.S. publisher to have an office in London. Interestingly, much of the company’s early success was in the publishing of literature but such notable writers as Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Nathaniel Hawthorne and many others.
Wiley organizes their current publishing into three areas: Global Research, Professional Development, and Global Education.
Wiley titles are available in 5 academic and 4 public library eBook collections. View the complete list of collections here.
You can see the complete list of Wiley titles currently available on the GVRL site. New titles will be added as they become available.
About the Author
Michelle is an “anytime!” traveler and language enthusiast. She has degrees in talking from Central Michigan and Michigan State University. She is currently becoming a runner and used to play golf in high school.