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Libraries of the Future

Contributing sustainability efforts through lifelong learning

Libraries of the Future emphasizes the pivotal role that librarians possess in educating and promoting global climate change through access to high-quality research and data. It gives institutions the opportunity to contribute and take part in Taylor & Francis’ sustainability efforts while expanding resources that your users may need.

As guardians of heritage and resources, librarians play a significant role in driving sustainability efforts!

Why Should I Care?
– Librarians are role models and advocates in sustainability efforts when partnered with relevant communities and stakeholders.

– Librarians are facilitators in driving action and change by providing access to lifelong learning.

– Librarians are guardians of heritage and resources.

– Librarians promote universal literacy.

Libraries of the Future represents libraries or institutions that are forward-thinkers, climate action advocates, innovators, and environmental activists who are not afraid to drive action

towards sustainability!

In this campaign, Taylor & Francis will be partnering with two non-profit organizations through “Plant-A-Coral” and “ReTree For Hope” to garner holistic efforts in tackling global climate change.

These two non-profit organisations are:

1. Garden City Fund’s Plant-A-Coral Programme

2. One Tree Planted

Through this campaign, libraries can stand a chance to attain Taylor and Francis’ Libraries of the Future as recognition of their advocacy and commitment to being facilitators in sustainability efforts! This respectable title encapsulates institutions that are effective advocates and leaders for change as they support higher education students, lecturers, researchers, and professionals in addressing the world’s most critical issues.

Here’s how your library can participate:
1. Purchase of any 5 Sustainable Development Goals Online (SDGO) Collection.

2. Open Access Membership OR Sustainable Development Goals Journals (SDGJ) that comprises 60 journals.

3. Purchase of any SDG books from a curated title list.

Stand a chance to be recognised as “Taylor and Francis’ Libraries of the Future“!
Libraries of the Future (Plant-A-Coral)
Libraries of the Future (ReTree For Hope)

What do you get?
For every successful purchase of all three deals :

– A coral will be planted by Garden City Fund on behalf of the institution in Sisters’ Islands Marine Park, Singapore.

– A tree will be planted by One Tree Planted on behalf of the institution.

– A Taylor and Francis personalized e-certificate of recognition as Libraries of the Future and an advocate of sustainable libraries.
Libraries of the Future

Check out how you can be an advocate and become Libraries of the Future!

Plant-A-Coral

ReTree For Hope

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For any other information that you may need, please feel free to reach out to us!

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