April 18, 1997

This week THESIS, The THES Internet Service, features the pick of our coverage of the 1997 general election. Included are ourfeatures and news coverage of the election, our map of keyacademic constituencies, and the results of the THES poll ofacademics on general election issues. In addition, users of THESIS can now download a unique new screensaver on scholarlythemes. The THESIS guide to the news, features, reviews and advertisements in the newspaper, plus a full list of institutions in British further and higher education, are also there. The site includes the THES job advertisements, updated on the Tuesday before publication of the paper.

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