The Encyclopedia of Life serves the global community. Working with our Global Partners, EOL seeks to remove the barriers of geography and language to support international professional and citizen scientists interested in biodiversity and related topics. Please stay tuned for new international developments on EOL or send your suggestions for how to make EOL more useful in your part of the world. Visit our Contact Us page and select "Learning and Education" to send us your ideas.
International Opportunities on EOL
We need your help to make EOL available in as many languages as possible. Right now,the EOL interface can be viewed in 12 languages. Help us with translations into other languages.
EOL integrates species information from content partners from around the world, such as the Biodiversity Heritage Library and Animal Diversity Web.
The EOL Rubenstein Fellows program supports scientists from many countries who use EOL as a platform for research and outreach.
EOL is working with others around the world to become an internationally accessible biodiversity resource in multiple languages.
Viewing the EOL Interface in Other Languages
Using the drop-down menu at the very top of each EOL page, you may set your preferences to choose a language currently supported by the EOL website.