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SML-logo-SUlibraryThe Sustainable University (SU) Library advances Learning, Communication and Inspiration for Sustainability in Higher Education (SHE) and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) with a UK focus.

Launched in February 2015, this online resource is one of the four extensions to The Sustainable University One-stop Shop experiment (http://www.sustainableuni.kk5.org), recognised in UNEP’s Greening Universities Toolkit (http://www.unep.org/Training/docs/Greening_University_Toolkit.pdf, Page 61).

Its other extensions are:
SU2015 (2015 | Year of the Sustainable University) | http://su2015hub.wordpress.com/
Planetshire Uni Model | http://sunewsinfo.wordpress.com/proposal/
ESD LinkedIn Group on Sustainability, Education & Engagement | http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Sustainability-Education-Engagement-ESD-Planetshire-8102240

The ‘books’ of this ‘library’ are the LinkedIn posts published by Asitha Jayawardena http://uk.linkedin.com/in/asithaj/ (founder of The Sustainable University One-stop Shop) since April 2014.

You can use this tool in two ways.

Three main themes
If your main interest is one of the themes below, please visit the relevant page:
Sustainability in higher education (SHE)
Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)
Exemplars of SHE and ESD

These pages list the web-links to the LinkedIn posts.

Tags cutting across the three themes
Alternatively, you can search the SU Library on the Search page, using the tags of the tags cloud on the side bar.

Each post indicates the date publication and the number of the original LinkedIn post.

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