January 12, 1996

The Times Higher Education Supplement Internet Service.

The THES Internet Service, THESIS, has been redesigned for 1996. Our Web pages now present a clean and consistent look while speeding you towards the information you seek.

The biggest change is in InterView, already the leading online source for academic jobs in the United Kingdom and worldwide. You will be able to search our jobs database for advertisements which match the locations, subjects or other criteria that you personally specify. New jobs are posted online every Tuesday, three days before they appear in the printed newspaper.

Meanwhile, a mere click away from THESIS, you can surf into the major electronic publishing event of the year so far. No visit to THESIS is complete without a look into the new online versions of The Times and The Sunday Times, which offer generous helpings of the news and features coverage of two great newspapers.

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