The Endangered Language Project (ELP) serves as an online resource for samples and research on endangered languages as well as a forum for advice and best practices for those working to strengthen linguistic diversity. Access to these rich pieces of information on anthropology, sociology, education, cognitive science, environmental science, public policy, and more concerning the world’s endangered languages is now easier. ELP’s website includes new and improved browsing by category or format as well as an easier process for submitting materials. Besides, the website will be available in five additional languages later this spring. These new features are an invitation to join this worldwide effort to share knowledge, resources and connect with others who are passionate about language conservation. Visit www.endangeredlanguages.com.