Nature Education collaborates with UNESCO’s World Library of Science
On 12th November de 2014 UNESCO launched the UNESCO World Library of Science (WLoS), a newly created, free online science education resource for a global community of users (www.unesco.org/wls). Developed through the joint efforts of UNESCO, Nature Education (a Macmillan Science and Education imprint) and Roche, the WLoS was created to give students around the world, especially those in disadvantaged regions, access to the latest science information as well as the opportunity to share their experiences and learning through discussion with their peers in a shared learning environment.
WLoS is a science resource library stocked with over 300 top-quality articles, 25 eBooks, and over 70 videos from the publishers of Nature, the most cited scientific journal in the world. It is also a state-of-the-art digital platform that provides a community hub for learning. Users can join classes, build groups and connect with other learners.