What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small data files that your browser places on your computer or device when you visit websites. Cookies are therefore unique to your browser. Cookies help your browser navigate a website, although the cookies cannot collect any information stored on your computer or device or in your files.
Why do we use them?
- to learn more about the way you interact with our content
- help us improve your experience when visiting our websites;
- to remember your preferences, such as a language or a region, so there is no need to customize the website on each visit;
- to identify errors and resolve them;
- to analyze how well our websites are performing
The key reason for using cookies, however, is to make visits to our website more convenient, more efficient and user-friendly for you.
How do I reject and delete cookies?
The privacy settings in your browser will enable you to customize your cookie settings, including deletion and disabling them. Typically, you will find the controls under the browser's ‘Options' or ‘Preferences' menu. The exact level of customization will depend on your browser; refer to your browser's help facility or to websites operated within your country of residence.
Changing your cookie settings, including deletion and disabling them, may mean that the functionality of the site and your ability to use some of its features is affected. You will still be able visit our websites but you may not be able to access all of the content on Wiley's websites and some of the functions may not operate correctly.
I would like to see logins and resources for:
For a general list of frequently used logins, you can also visit our logins page.