<![CDATA[Press Room]]> http://www.wileyindia.com/Press_Releases/ Mon, 21 Apr 2014 15:47:31 +0000 Zend_Feed http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss <![CDATA[Empowering Research: Scholarly publishing workshops in India at ISB, IIM-A, IIM-B, IIM-C]]> http://www.wileyindia.com/Press_Releases/scholarly-publishing-workshops-isb-iima-iimb-iimc/ Mohit Pabby
Senior Marketing Manager, Wiley India


What will increase a researcher’s chance of getting published? For starters, a keen understanding of the publishing and peer review process is necessary. To provide researchers with this knowledge, Wiley hosted a series of workshops at key management institutes across India in November:

Indian School of Business, Hyderabad

Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta

Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore


At the workshops, Professor Will Mitchell, Co-Editor of the Strategic Management Journal, gave insight into the types of academic publications available, the processes involved in getting their work published, and the expectations from editors of leading journals.



Professor Mitchell presenting at IIM Calcutta


The author workshops aimed to build bridges between the business schools’ scholars and leading international journals. “Each of the schools has many active scholars who are engaging in global research communities and conversations. The workshops helped reinforce the value of research that scholars in India are undertaking and, in turn, helped build links to opportunities to publish the research globally,” said Professor Mitchell.


 “We’re committed to helping Indian researchers and academics publish their research in global journals and understand the global best practices for publishing their research. These workshops will help in putting Indian research at the forefront of global academic and scientific communities,” said Vikas Gupta (Managing Director, Wiley India).


Two-way learning

Participants, including faculty members, research scholars and students, found the session helpful, with many expressing appreciation to the Wiley team. “The topics Professor Mitchell covered from shaping one’s articles to writing the first paragraph gave valuable insight into how publishers and reviewers look at our writing.  For research scholars like us, who are starting our careers, these little tips make a difference,” said Ashish Kumar Jha, Doctoral Program Representative – Student Council, IIM Calcutta.


“The workshop was very insightful. Especially as Indian scholars, we do not get sufficient guidance on how to go about writing publish-worthy papers.  The workshop gave a realistic yet encouraging view of the process,” said Supriya Sharma, FPM Student, IIM Bangalore.


But it wasn’t just the participants who benefited from the workshops. Through engaging the scientific authors, we learned more about them and their requirements. Caroline McCarley (Associate Publisher), who presented on publishing with Wiley said, “The workshops provided a rich learning environment that helps us understand better the evolving research needs of our authors and gives insight into how we can work together to enable knowledge and progress in the volatile  journals publishing world.”

For more photographs and testimonials click here.

Fri, 27 Dec 2013 07:23:00 +0000
<![CDATA[Wiley partners with GreyCampus to launch IT Certification Courses in India]]> http://www.wileyindia.com/Press_Releases/wiley-greycampus-it-certifications-india/ Wiley partners with GreyCampus to launch IT Certification Courses in India 

New Delhi / Hyderabad 


Wiley has partnered with new-age digital education services company, GreyCampus ( www.greycampus.com ), to launch a series of online and classroom training programs in India on IT Certifications for in-demand skills like Big Data, Cloud Computing, Mobile Development, Project Management and Cyber Security, among others. This agreement, that was signed on the 6th of Dec-2013 at New Delhi, will form the backbone for the launch of a series of highly interactive online and offline courses, that will include video lectures, simulations, labs, along with reference material and assessments that create a high-quality comprehensive educational experience step for learners.


According to Vikas Gupta, Managing Director, Wiley India, “I believe this initiative marks a new major step  in the changing landscape of today’s education and learning scenario - demonstrating as to how Wiley and GreyCampus, with expertise in their respective fields, could pool in their knowledge and experience to bring today’s student a value-added learning experience like never before.


As regards the main content, the Wrox International IT Certifications are designed as a unique set of global end-to-end Training Certification Solutions for IT industry aspirants, as well as for existing professionals. Focused on building not just technical expertise but also industry awareness and professional competencies, these Certifications aim to close the talent gap in some key and emerging technology areas such as Big Data, Cloud and Mobile applications development, etc. Leveraging the internationally respected Wrox knowledge resources, these vendor-neutral certifications develop outcome-oriented and industry-relevant skills to build or enhance employability in some key IT job profiles. We are confident that the Wrox IT Certification Solutions will not only enable participants to carve successful career-paths in niche technology areas, but also create an efficient eco-system for training talents for the global IT industry.” We believe that this collaboration will herald a new era in IT education, and prove a trendsetter for Industry on the whole.


Vijay Pasupulati, CEO, GreyCampus, said, “Wiley-GreyCampus partnership brings together Wiley’s strong learning resources and GreyCampus’s next-generation technology and delivery capabilities to offer a learning experience like no other. These courses have been carefully designed and developed to address the professional needs of the learner and skill-needs of the industry. These courses offer a great opportunity for professionals and students to invest in their career enhancement”


These training programs would be offered by GreyCampus, along with Wiley’s WROX certifications in India from next month. These would be high quality training programs offered to individuals and institutions at affordable prices. GreyCampus is anticipating an overwhelming response for these courses from professionals and students across India.


About Wiley


Wiley is a global provider of content-enabled solutions that improve outcomes in research, education, and professional practice.  Wiley’s Professional Development business creates products and services that help customers become more effective in the workplace and achieve career success.  It brings to life the ideas and best practices of thought leaders in business, finance, accounting, workplace learning, management, leadership, technology, behavioral health, engineering/architecture, and education to serve these communities worldwide.


Founded in 1807, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (NYSE: JWa, JWb), has been a valued source of information and understanding for more than 200 years, helping people around the world meet their needs and fulfill their aspirations. Wiley and its acquired companies have published the works of more than 450 Nobel laureates in all categories: Literature, Economics, Physiology or Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, and Peace. Wiley's global headquarters are located in Hoboken, New Jersey, with operations in the U.S., Europe, Asia, Canada, and Australia. The Company's website can be accessed at http://www.wiley.com.


About GreyCampus


GreyCampus is a leading provider of online tutorials and blended training workshops for professional certifications and competitive examinations. GreyCampus works with leading publishers, authors and content partners to develop and deliver high quality online and classroom training programs. GreyCampus is also a Project Management Institute (PMI) Registered Education Provider, and an Accredited Training Organization from APM Group, UK.

Fri, 13 Dec 2013 07:53:54 +0000
<![CDATA[The NExT Generation of Learning - Purdue NExT online learning program set to debut]]> http://www.wileyindia.com/Press_Releases/purdue-next-online-learning-program-set-to-debut/ The NExT Generation of Learning - Purdue NExT online learning program debuts in India


October 8th, 2013, Bangalore, India — Wiley India announced today that Purdue NExT, an online program that emphasizes interactive learning for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate level courses is now available for Indian learners.


The five-week, non-degree courses taught by Purdue faculty are currently being offered to undergraduate and graduate students and will be marketed to higher education institutions, professionals, businesses looking to improve skill levels of employees that wish to supplement their degree programs and curricula.


"Purdue NExT will enable students to gain exclusive access to courses taught by world-class faculty that focus on applied professional development across several areas of Purdue expertise, "said Timothy Sands, executive vice president for academic affairs and provost at Purdue. Purdue NExT will not offer degrees or Purdue credits but rather modular, online courses that focus on a core skill vital to continued success in a specific field of study or industry. Purdue NExT courses, which are available this semester, can be taken as a standalone course, as part of a series or as a supplementary experience embedded in existing credit-bearing courses.


Students will view video lectures, interact with simulation and computational tools, and take quizzes at their own convenience, but homework assignments, exams and discussion forums will be on a schedule that is fixed by the host institution.


Vikas Gupta MD Wiley India Launching Purdue NExT courses in Bangalore
Prof. Ananth Iyer, Faculty director, Purdue NExT

Mr. Vikas Gupta, Managing Director Wiley India speaking at the launch of Purdue NExT courses in Bangalore

Prof. Ananth Iyer, Faculty director, Purdue NExT speaking at the launch of Purdue NExT courses in Bangalore


The courses will be built in Purdue's HUBzero environment, a research and education platform for science and engineering communities that offers cloud-based computing resources.


Ananth Iyer, faculty director of Purdue NExT, said the courses emphasize interactive, experiential learning. "Purdue NExT courses will offer deeper learning experiences by incorporating simulation, visualization and graphics," he said. "The technology enables this advanced online learning and allows tailoring of the lecture experience to the individual student's needs." Iyer said the tools being used vary with the specific course, but range from circuit simulations, to lean supply chain exercises, to optimization tools, to physical simulations to virtual clean rooms. He said access to large datasets to drive these models will enable students to learn while immersed in real-world scenarios using numerical, sound and video data.


When students successfully complete courses they earn digital badges that are tied to the Mozilla Open Badge program and make use of Purdue's Passport badge technology. In some cases, these badges can be translated into continuing education credits and applied towards professional certifications.


While launching the courses in India, Vikas Gupta, Managing Director Wiley India said, “We feel that changing trends and market scenario have intensified the need of job-readiness & skill-enabled resources. These initiatives allow instant improvement in the program’s overall quality, and provide industry orientation & technical skills thereby preparing students for successful careers upon graduation.”


The courses will be marketed globally in late semester to individuals, business and industry and other higher education institutions by Deltak, a Wiley brand, on behalf of Purdue.


"In the past few years, there has been such a big increase in the number of people pursuing higher education around the world that many countries can't find enough qualified faculty, particularly for upper-level engineering, science and technology courses," Iyer said. "This program can help international students learn some of those skills."


For more information, visit www.purdue.edu/purduenext

Read the complete coverage on Economic Times click here

Thu, 24 Oct 2013 05:33:50 +0000