[CODATA-international] Crowdsourcing a collection of papers with Sustainable Development Goals
Dewaard, Anita (ELS-HBE)
A.dewaard at elsevier.com
Wed Aug 19 13:36:40 EDT 2020
Five years ago, the UN General Assembly set forth 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) designed to pave the path to a more sustainable future. The goals are measured against various targets and indicators to be achieved by 2030. To make the best decision on which research to fund, program evaluators must have a clear view of the landscape of research supporting the SDGs. This understanding can reveal gaps requiring additional funding and support.
To identify the relevant research for each SDG, the RELX Corporate Responsibility program and several Elsevier Data Scientists have developed a crowdsourcing platform to facilitate matching research publications to the relevant SDGs. The purpose of this work is to create an open knowledge base to help identify which research supports which SDG. The aggregated crowdsourced set of article identifiers matched to SDG’s will be made available through Elsevier’s ICSR Lab, to support the scholarly community.
We hereby invite all community members to support this effort, by doing the following:
1. Access the SDG matching tool on the RELX SDG Resource Centre: https://sdgresources.relx.com/match-research-to-sdgs
2. Select a paper from the list, or upload a paper you think is related to one of the SDG’s
3. Choose the SDG indicators related to the paper.
The full set of article identifiers related to SDG’s will be made available for research purposes through the ICSR. You can apply for access to ICSR Lab: https://www.elsevier.com/icsr/icsrlab
For more on the RELX SDG Resource Center, see: https://www.elsevier.com/connect/7-ways-you-can-use-our-sdg-resource-centre
For more information on the RELX SDG efforts, please contact Bamini Jayabalasingham, b.jayabalasingham at elsevier.com<mailto:b.jayabalasingham at elsevier.com>
With kind regards,
Anita de Waard (she/her<https://www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why>)
Vice President of Research Collaborations
Elsevier Research Collaborations Unit<https://www.elsevier.com/about/partnerships/>
71 Hanley Lane, Jericho, VT 05465
@anitawaard | +1 (619) 252 8589
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