18 Mar


Webinar: How to relate your research to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

A circle with the text "SLU Agenda 2030" in the centre. Around the circle are a variety of objects representing different sustainability goals, such as a chicken, a tree and a fishing boat. Illustration.

Welcome to a webinar on the Sustainable Development Goals, organised by the SLU University Library.

In the webinar you will learn more about how the SDGs can be linked to research, how the politically written goals can be interpreted in a research context and what you can do to contribute to SLU's mapping and understanding of the SDGs.

The webinar will begin with a short presentation followed by an opportunity for questions.

Join with Zoom

Pre-registration is not required. Join with Zoom using the following link: https://slu-se.zoom.us/s/5553240123

More how-to webinars this spring

SLU University Library's series of short webinars, aimed at staff involved in research and environmental assessment and monitoring, will give you practical knowledge on everything from searching for information to publishing open access articles. No pre-registration or prior knowledge is required. The webinars start with a short presentation or demonstration, followed by an opportunity to ask questions.

The webinars are held in English and will be available online afterwards.

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  • 18/3 How to relate your research to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)
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If you have any questions about the webinar series, please contact library@slu.se.


Time: 2024-03-18 11:15 - 12:00
City: Zoom
Organiser: SLU University Library
Additional info:

Registration: No pre-registration required.
Language: English.

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