The Consortium of Social Science Associations is a nonprofit advocacy organization working to promote sustainable federal funding for social and behavioral science research and federal policies that positively impact the conduct of research.
Working together, researchers, journal editors, publishers, and professional associations have made important progress on matters of data sharing and research transparency. Our hope is that these continuing conversations will increase the legitimacy, credibility, and openness of intellectually diverse research communities.
The Dataverse is an pen source research data repository developed at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science and is a collaboration with Harvard Library, Harvard University IT, and IQSS. All replication files for manuscripts submitted to the American Journal of Political Science must be stored in a Dataset within the AJPS Dataverse, on the Harvard Dataverse Network. Note that authors also can make their replication files available elsewhere (e.g., their personal website, other data repositories, etc.) as long as all of the necessary files are included in the Dataset on the AJPS Dataverse.
The National Humanities Alliance is a coalition of organizations dedicated to advancing humanities education, research, preservation, and public programs. We are the only organization that brings together the US humanities community as a whole.
The Odum Institute provides services for researchers in managing, archiving, and preserving social science data. The archive staff provide comprehensive data management consultation and support through all phases of the research lifecycle. The Odum Institute Data Archive houses one of the oldest and largestcatalogs of machine readable data in the United States and encourages researchers to deposit their data on any social science or health topic.
ORCID is a nonprofit helping create a world in which all who participate in research, scholarship and innovation are uniquely identified and connected to their contributions and affiliations, across disciplines, borders, and time.
QDR selects, ingests, curates, archives, manages, durably preserves, and provides access to digital data used in qualitative and multi-method social inquiry. The repository develops and publicizes common standards and methodologically informed practices for these activities, as well as for the reusing and citing of qualitative data.
The Wiki Education Foundation connects higher education resources in the USA and Canada to the publishing power of Wikipedia.