The University of Cambridge now has an institution-wide licence to the Times Higher Education (THE).
Staff and students keen to keep up to date with developments within the higher education sector can do so courtesy of a new institutional subscription to the Times Higher Education (THE) magazine.
The University has signed a three-year deal that enables staff and students to read the magazine online. Faculties and departments are therefore requested to cancel any subscriptions that they may have with the THE to reduce overall spend across the institution.
This licence allows all staff and students to access a range of editorial services, including:
- regular newsletter updates
- weekly digital editions of THE magazine
- unrestricted access to THE online and via its app.
Individuals can find details on how to create their account on the University Library’s THE page here:
They can also access this subscription off-campus and overseas, and THE can be accessed via the app on iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire devices.
Staff and students may also be interested to know that the University has an institutional subscription to the online version of the Financial Times. More information can be found on the University Library’s webpages here:
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Unfortunately the app is no longer operational! THE is recommending that everyone accesses it via their website, from whatever device they are using.