The LDbase team will be at the SRCD Convention in Salt Lake City, March 23-25, Exhibit Hall Booth 204S (near posters, facing seating area). It would be great to meet you and talk about data sharing and data management. Bring questions and ideas!
Have questions? Need help uploading your data? Can't figure out how to add a new metadata label to your project? Pop in to our Zoom on Monday, March 20, at any time between 3:30-4:30 pm EST. We will be available to answer your questions live. If you have a question that you feel more comfortable…
NIH encourages researchers to use domain-specific repositories that are most appropriate for their data type and discipline. NIH lists and supports LDbase as a trusted repository to use for Educational and Developmental research. We have current NIH funding, sustained support, open…
NIH has a list of Desirable Characteristics for Data Repositories, and LDbase meets all of the criteria! See how we do it, here.
October 26, 2022
Welcome to LDbase, an NIH-funded collaboration between researchers and librarians to build a first-of-its-kind behavioral project-oriented data repository containing decades of knowledge from educational and developmental sciences on individuals across the full range of abilities. You can read more in our About section.
You may cite LDbase: Hart, S.A., Schatschneider, C., Reynolds, T.R., Calvo, F.E., Brown, B.J., Arsenault, B., Hall, M.R.K., van Dijk, W., Edwards, A.A., Shero, J.A., Smart, R. & Phillips, J.S. (2020). LDbase. http://doi.org/10.33009/ldbase.