Wiley education services has begun to offer online courses that are taught by an instructor rather than a tutor.
Wiley announced that the classes are being taught by its staff, instead of by a tutor, in an online course.
The company said the new program is part of its “reimagining” of its educational services and will begin in 2018.
“The change was driven by our belief that students who need access to higher-quality, relevant, and innovative content will be able to access it,” Wiley said in a statement.
In January, Wiley was acquired by Disney for $US1.9 billion.
With the move, Wiley will also offer online lessons in the future.
But some people were not pleased with the news, especially those who were not previously enrolled.
Many of the instructors were previously part of Wiley’s parent company, Epson, which owns the company.
Some of the current instructors have been involved in some of the most contentious and contentious topics in education.
In August, E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company agreed to pay $US400 million ($531 million) to settle allegations that it paid instructors to promote the products of Du Pont and other companies.
Among other issues, the settlement also named several other companies for alleged improper conduct, including the education company Pearson.
The Epson-Wiley merger has been criticized by some for the way it has handled its parent company’s history with education.
Last year, EPD was found to have paid thousands of dollars to an independent research institute, the Institute for Education Research, to promote Pearson textbooks.
And in 2018, the company was accused of paying students for information about the company’s Pearson products.
As part of the deal, Wiley and Epson will continue to have the same academic freedom and autonomy, which is an important component of the merger, the university said in January.
Despite the problems with the merger and its impact on education, Wiley said it will continue working to improve the quality of education for students.
It will continue developing its online learning programs, which will include courses from experts in a range of fields, and it will work to improve access to information about education through partnerships and partnerships with other institutions.
Education services will also continue to work to expand its global reach, Wiley added.