The goal of the Sulitest movement is to accelerate the integration of sustainability into higher education by providing educators with tools that are easy to implement in the curriculum.
For Sulitest, academic freedom is a fundamental principle. Every institution, every program, every professor has the freedom to conduct scientific research, to teach, and to express themselves within the framework of their position. None of the tools on our platform are intended to substitute for the absolutely crucial work of faculty. Professors are the ones who know their learners best. They are obviously the ones who know best how to train their students, depending on the population, their level of acculturation, and the programs they are following.
However, since the field of sustainability knowledge is by nature complex and cross-cutting, we want to support, as much as possible, those who are seeking to integrate these topics into their pedagogical approach.
We have therefore decided to offer our TASK™ users access to a collaborative tool: the knowledge hub. A platform in perpetual evolution, the knowledge hub provides a number of dedicated tools and access to related existing platforms.
A tool built for and by the community of users, the knowledge hub provides everyone with resources for deepening their knowledge on one of the subjects of the knowledge area (biodiversity, poverty, climate...) as well as materials to help instructors integrate these subjects into their courses.