The University Libraries are glad to announce their timely subscription to Sustainable Development Goals Online
(SDGO) collection from Taylor & Francis, a fully searchable and curated interdisciplinary collection of core SDG related content that will help you integrate sustainability into your teaching and research.
SDGO collection was created in response to the United Nations' urgent call in 2015 to make the world a better place by 2030, an ambitious 15-year plan to follow and implement 17 interconnected goals from ending poverty and hunger, improving education, to protecting the planet, and ensuring a life of dignity for all.
On the SDGO landing page, you can navigate each goal using the SDG color wheel. Clicking on each segment will display the number of chapters, articles, and teaching and learning materials (core essays, slide decks, case studies, and course outlines) relevant to that goal.
In addition to teaching, learning and summary materials, SDGO offers a selection of videos guided by a renowned international advisory board.
SDGO will provide a platform to engage higher education students, their tutors, and the researchers in their universities, in learning about and addressing the issues set out in the 17 United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.
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