Sustainability in Academic Libraries - Librarian Resources

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Sustainability in Academic Libraries

Academic Libraries’ Efforts to Create a Sustainable Future

We have curated a selection of book chapters and journal articles from Taylor & Francis that showcase the efforts in which academic libraries are responding to the Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030, to create a sustainable future for their patrons.

Featuring the below book chapters and journal articles:

  1. Library Space and Technology by Robert P. Holley
  2. Sustainability in the Library – ‘Green’ Issues by Graham Matthews
  3. Academic Libraries in Cameroon: Achieving Agenda 2030 Goals by Roseline Bawack
  4. A New Lens for Evaluation – Accessing Academic Libraries Using the UN Sustainable Development Goals by Roxanne Missingham
  5. Pandemic Impacts on Library Consortia and Their Sustainability by George Machovec
  6. Promoting Sustainable Development Goal 4: The Role of Academic Libraries in Ghana by Lilian Atta-Obeng

Fill out the form to the right to download the Chapter Sampler! 

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