Encyclopedia of Life


The Encyclopedia of Life (www.eol.org) “is a collaborative effort among scientists and the general public to bring together information about all 1.9 million species on the planet. All information is open source and freely accessible.” Originally created for professional use, this online resource has been redesigned for public use. This amazing resource is absolutely full of information for students and teachers.

Some of the resources the website offers are:

  • Podcasts
  • Videos
  • Images
  • Sounds
  • Google Earth tours
  • Teacher Resources

Uses in the classroom: See list above or go here to DISCOVER…Also, students/teachers/normal people can join and create collections of content to share.

Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy: understanding, remembering, evaluating


Posted on August 16, 2013, in Elementary, High School, iPad, Junior High, Mobile Technology, Science, STEM. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Wow, this is a perfect for incorporating within a web-quest or adding student research to a story, or project. Great resource.

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