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Wed, 21 Nov 2018

Exact Editions offer schools six months free access to four Current Affairs titles.

London, 21st November 2018

Exact Editions offer schools six months free access to four Current Affairs titles.

Digital publishing experts Exact Editions have partnered with four prestigious publishers to offer schools six months of unlimited access to digital archives of their magazines. All of the titles offered encompass extensive archives, every issue of which will be accessible across web, iOS and Android platforms. .

Exact Editions and the publishers involved have collaborated with the joint aim of raising awareness of digital resources and illustrating how they can be used in a school environment. A report looking at how digital resources have been used in schools will be produced at the end of the six month period, which will be made available to all participating institutions.

Every page, issue and article of the titles is incorporated into Exact Editions’ comprehensive search facility, meaning that platform-users can instantly look up a specific topic, feature or article from back issues, as well as in the latest content.

Access will work on-site via a single access link or by downloading the ‘Exactly’ app on iOS or Android devices. Remote access will also be provided so that staff and students can access the content off-site.

The participating magazines are the following:

Prospect

The Spectator

Le Monde Diplomatique

The World Today

The deadline to apply is December 21st 2018. After the six month period there is no obligation to subscribe; however, the schools will be eligible for a significantly discounted rate.

Schools can apply for six months free access by contacting institutions@exacteditions.com.

Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions said:

“We think this is a great opportunity for schools to explore the extensive political archives on the platform, as well as to encourage the use of digital resources both in the classroom and at home.”


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