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Tes Launches New Digital Edition

By Jess Browne-Swinburne

23 Mar 2020

Individual and institutional subscribers can now access a growing archive of digital issues of Tes, created by Exact Editions.

Available cross-platform on web, iOS and Android devices, the new digital resource is essential weekly reading for all those in the education sector, says Exact Editions.

Beginning life as a pull-out supplement in The Times newspaper over 100 years ago, the weekly magazine has delivered in-depth features on pedagogy and education research for the past decade. Tes is an education business that supports teachers, school staff and schools to succeed in every aspect of their teaching life and the magazine’s contents aims to provide readers with the best practice, pedagogical tips and real-life experiences in their work as inspirational educators.

The new archive comprises back issues from the start of 2020 onwards and will grow with each new issue published. According to Exact Editions, individual and institutional subscribers will benefit from an intuitive digital interface and advanced search functionalities that extend across all devices.

Tes is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops.

Head of Operations Greg Frost said: “It’s brilliant to be able to offer a cutting-edge digital edition of the magazine. The archive will grow in size and depth as the weeks pass, allowing readers to delve into an ever-expanding back catalogue of past articles and features at the click of a button.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, commented: “We’re delighted to have Tes on board. The magazine’s crucial content surrounding education will be of immense value to institutions all over the world.”


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