This page includes information about Wiley's program of events, as well as links to relevant events and training programs offered by major industry organizations.

ALA Mid-winter Conference

Chicago, IL, USA
30 January – 3 February 2015
The American Library Association’s mid-winter conference is a top resource for the latest information, news, and events for members, librarians, and library users. On February 1st Wiley’s Cathy Giffi, Director, Strategic Market Analysis, will present “Maximizing Discovery and Access of Library eContent”.
For more information and to register please visit the ALA Mid-winter website.

Seminar: The Scholarly Book of the Future

London, UK
12 February 2015
This seminar will showcase initiatives in the sciences and the social sciences as well as the humanities and probe business models and enhancements and developments from the book as we know it. Wiley’s Jon Walmsley, SVP and Managing Director, Professional Practice & Learning, will speak about “The changing face of academic and professional books “, David Hughes, Editorial Director for Major Reference Works, Wiley, will speak about “The Future of Reference Publishing, and Ben Townsend, EMEA Sales Director, will speak about “A Case Study in Health Sciences”.
For more information and to register please visit the ALPSP website.

Association of Subscription Agents

London, UK
16 – 17 February 2015
Learn about the latest academic content supply trends in research processes, publishing workflows and commercial practices. On February 17th Greta Boonen, Associate Director, Market Development & Agent Relations, Wiley, will chair a session asking the question “What does the world of publishing look like to early career researchers and librarians?” with two Wiley Advisors on the panel.
For more information and to register please visit the ASA website.

Electronic Resources & Libraries

Austin, TX, USA
22-25 February 2015
The ER&L Conference brings together information professionals from libraries and related industries to improve the way collection, management, maintenance, and accessibility of electronic resources.
On 23rd February Wiley’s Lisa Nachtigall, Director of Digital Book Sales Development, will lead a session on “Evidence based collection models: not your traditional DDA”
For more information and to register please visit the ER&L website.

Past webinars and videos for authors

 To view past webinars and videos, visit our Author Guides page