Decolonising Psychology: The next steps

The discipline of psychology is currently going through an important paradigm shift: where the industry has historically had a white, Western approach, it is now re-evaluating what this means, and the importance of culture and consideration for historical, political, social, [...]

The Accounting Skills Gap: Teaching Students Excel

Accounting lecturers have told us that many students graduate without the Excel skills required to enter the workforce. We want to help. Join Jacqueline Birt and Neale Blackwood for our live webinar, The Accounting Skills Gap: Teaching Students Excel, on [...]

Using Squid Game to Teach Game Theory

Did you hear about the academic using Squid Game to engage his students in the topic of game theory? Wayne Geerling from Monash University (and author of the instructor resources for Dirk Mateer's popular Economics series) is always on the [...]

Keeping Your Economics Students Engaged

Student disengagement: It's always been an academic's worst nightmare, but with snap lockdowns and COVID-19 continuing to disrupt the academic year, it's an issue running rampant. Wiley is here to help. Join Dirk Mateer (University of Texas), co-author of Principles [...]