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Discount on Digital Subscription to the Chronicle of Higher Education

May 20, 2012

In case anyone is interested in subscribing, the Chronicle of Higher Education is cutting the cost of a digital edition subscription by 25% for a few days.

Digital subscription includes:

  • Weekly delivery of the digital edition (an exact digital replica of the print edition) to your e-mail address
  • Complete access to The Chronicle’s site, including an archive of back issues
  • The Chronicle’s iPad edition

See the offer:

According to the email the Chronicle sent out, the discount offer ends 6:00 p.m. ET, Thursday
May 31, 2012.

We don’t get any kickback for sharing this offer. Just thought our fellow GSA members might be interested.

  1. May 21, 2012 9:59 am

    It looks as though my original message may have been lost …

    I have even better! If you are a currently registered student, staff member, or faculty member of UTD, you can access the Chronicle online for free through the library!

    From the catalog (, go to “See available full-text,” and then select the MISCELLANEOUS EJOURNALS link on the next page. That will give you access to the fully featured electronic edition of the Chronicle, including the JOBS section. You only need your NetID credentials to access it when off campus.

    ~Matt Makowka, Engineering Librarian @ UTD Eugene McDermott Library

  2. May 21, 2012 9:54 am

    FYI, for those really looking for a way to cut costs and yet remain current with the latest issues of the Chronicle, look no further than the library:

    If that link doesn’t work, go here:

    Go to “See available full text” and then pick the MISCELLANEOUS EJOURNALS version for full access to the Chronicle of Higher Education Online, including special features such as the “Jobs” section. This is FREE to anyone who is a currently registered student or staff/faculty member at UTD. You only need your NetID credentials to access it!

    ~Matt Makowka, UTD Eugene McDermott Library

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