Research AMP is a purpose-built research area mapping platform for academics in the humanities and social sciences who want to bridge disciplines, grow their scholarly networks, and share their research. Research AMP turns up the volume on your research, bringing it to the public’s ear.
Research AMP is a partnership between the Social Science Research Council and Digital Scholar. The framework for Research AMP was first launched through SSRC’s successful disinformation research mapping platform, MediaWell, and later through the Just Tech platform. Building on the success of these projects, SSRC and Digital Scholar developed the Research AMP platform in order to offer it as a free “plug and publish” website toolkit for lowering the barriers to interdisciplinary, public scholarship.
For more examples of how Research AMP can be used, see our partner sites.
The Research AMP staff would like to thank the following individuals who contributed their time and expertise developing Research AMP: Aparajita Basu, Alexa Dietrich, Michael Dunn, Philip Friedrich, Ron Kassimir, Heather Lanthorn, Sharon Leon, Nicole Levit, Ava McLaughlin, Fred Palm, Tara Shukla, Sam Spies, Ashleigh Syphers, Sean Takats, Catherine Weddig, and Zach Zinn.
Jason Rhody (Co-Principal Investigator)
Molly Laas (Co-Principal Investigator)
Sofina Tanni (Program Assistant)
The Research AMP Board