Trial Online Database(s)

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Sustainable Development Goals Online (SDGO) is an interdisciplinary collection of digital content, including Taylor & Francis’ books and journals across all disciplines, themed around the SDGs. SDGO includes more than 12,000 carefully selected articles and chapters in an online library covering the 17 SDGs, plus teaching and learning materials including presentations, videos, case studies, teaching guides, and lesson plans.

The collection was created in partnership with United Nations agencies including the Principles for Responsible Management Education, PRME, and guided by an international Advisory Board of academics, practitioners, policy-makers, and officers in third sector, government, and NGOs.

It supports teaching, learning and research in the fields associated with the SDGs. A proportion of the collection will always be free to access, and Taylor & Francis work with agencies globally to ensure material is accessible in low-GDP regions.

This new venture from Taylor & Francis provides a platform in which 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 (SDGs) – including poverty, inequality, climate change, pollution, and conflict.

Resource Features

Comprehensive Resource Types: books, scholarly journals, magazines, trade publications, reports & newspapers, presentations, videos, case studies, teaching guides, and lesson plans across all disciplines.

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Trial Period: for 30 days; from 2nd September to 1 st October 2019.

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