EOL succeeds thanks to the knowledge, creativity, and dedication of a global community of scientists, educators, students, nature enthusiasts, and staff. Meet the organizations and people who make EOL possible:
The EOL Secretariat is responsible for the day-to-day operational management, coordination, and planning of EOL and its working groups.
Working Groups are responsible for the day-to-day management and delivery of EOL component efforts.
- Biodiversity Informatics Working Group
- Learning and Education Working Group
- Scanning and Digitization Working Group
- Species Pages Working Group
Content Partners contribute taxon information to EOL’s database.
Global Partners are the institutions that are at the heart of EOL’s international efforts.
Science advisors are individuals who have graciously assisted as we developed TraitBank.
Classification Providers supply the taxonomic infrastructure EOL uses to organize pages.
Technology Providers supply EOL with the expertise and products used to build our technology platforms.
The EOL Rubenstein Fellows program supports scientists who use EOL as a platform for research and outreach.
Interns and volunteers play an important role in helping to build EOL as a resource.