Education and the Encyclopedia of Life
The Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) is a free online resource bringing together information about all life on Earth including text, images, video, sounds, maps, and data. Our Education pages provide an introduction to how to use EOL and educational resources for learning about biodiversity. Browse the resources below or go directly to the our tools and applications at education.eol.org.
The Encyclopedia of Life brings together content such as information, multimedia, maps and data about all life on Earth—one web page for each species.
Our tools and applications help you harness and apply the information found on EOL.
Looking for a place to get started with EOL? Start with these introductory articles to learn more about life on Earth.
Explore the diversity of life with EOL's One Species at a Time podcast series, accompanied by relevant educational materials.
Lessons and activities from EOL and our partners, that can be used either to supplement existing curriculum or on their own.
Use EOL resources to learn more about the biodiversity around you. Our tutorials can help you learn how to use EOL.
Read about models of EOL's collaboration with educational groups for examples of how you can use EOL.
Students can contribute content to help build EOL.
EOL is a collaboration among many partners. View educational resources from our partners around the globe.