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To better serve the global community of users, EOL partners are creating regional EOLs, making information and digitized literature about local plants, animals and microorganisms available in languages other than English.
Our current regional EOL partners are:
EOL South Africa, in cooperation with the South African National Biodiversity Institute.
Central America regional EOL, in cooperation with National Biodiversity Institute of Costa Rica (INBio), a non-governmental organization.
Arab regional EOL, in cooperation with the Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage (CULTNAT) and the Library of Alexandria.
The Encyclopedia of Life is a powerful tool, a “macroscope” or a microscope in reverse, with the potential to help solve global challenges by allowing citizens and policymakers to see the big picture. The Learning and Education Group is working with its global partners to make this unique resource available to learners speaking many languages, wherever they may be. By removing barriers of geography and language, we want to help learners everywhere contribute their knowledge to the EOL or apply knowledge from EOL to challenges in their own communities.
If your organization is interested in working with the EOL Learning + Education group please contact us.
Around the World
We are looking for global education partners to foster the creation of partner EOL Learning + Education sites around the world. With educational entities in other countries, we wish to share tools and best practices, standardizing templates and guidelines, all to support learners, educators and enthusiasts of biodiversity everywhere across countries and cultures. If your group is interested in this opportunity, please contact us.