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Are you performing or publishing sustainability research? Then make sure your contributions are being recognized in the ScienceOpen UN Sustainable Development Goals Collections! To learn more about how you can do this, join Stephanie Dawson this Thursday at 5pm Berlin Time (11am EST) for the webinar, “How you can get involved in community-curated SDG research on ScienceOpen.”
The Project: Community-Curated Sustainable Development Goal Collections
Earlier this year, ScienceOpen launched the community-curated UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Collections. These collections are programmed to automatically include article records on the platform with the keyword “SDGs.” This allows authors to easily contribute their published research to these collections by adding the keyword themselves to their record on ScienceOpen. To learn more about the idea around this project, you can read our previous blogpost here.
Are you interested in participating but are unsure where to start? Then join our upcoming webinar where Stephanie Dawson, CEO of ScienceOpen, will guide researchers, and other stakeholders, step-by-step in how they can get their research that supports the SDGs added to the proper ScienceOpen SDG Collection. This webinar will occur via Zoom this Thursday May 6th at 5pm CET (11am EST). Go to our Event page here to register for free!
We look forward to seeing you!