Academic Libraries for Sustainable Development: A Webinar Series

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What can academic libraries do to help build a better and more sustainable future for the world? Organized by Cornell University Library, this four-part webinar series brought together librarians and thought-leaders around the world to address the toughest issues facing the planet as outlined by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.


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    Li, Xin; Yuan, Qing; Liu, Xia; Zhang, Qiu; Qiao, Stephen; Xue, Susan; Zheng, Liren (2020-04-27)
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    Webinar 3: The Global Impact of Open Access and How Academic Libraries Can Help Shape It
    Beasley, Gerald; Abdullah, Abrizah; Mekonnen, Solomon; Packer, Abel (2020-03-16)
    Webinar on the topic: how Open Access repositories can contribute to work being done in furtherance of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, and how academic libraries can help best support these endeavors.
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    Webinar 2: How Academic Libraries Enhance the UN Sustainable Development Goals through Research Support
    Beasley, Gerald; Tise, Ellen; Irfanullah, Haseeb; Ochs, Mary (2019-12-05)
    Webinar on the topic: How does the research supported by academic libraries help move the SDGs forward? Please join us on Thursday December 5th, 2019 at 9am EDT to hear about the perspective from Africa and South Asia on what academic libraries are doing to help enhance the work towards the 2030 SDGs.
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    Webinar 1: The Global Impact of Libraries
    Beasley, Gerald; Giannakopulous, Thanos; Horn, Anne; Ochs, Mary (2019-10-25)
    Webinar on the topic: How can libraries have global impact? What are the SDGs? What are the SDG outcomes for 2030? How can academic libraries help meet these goals?