A database of LEAP-related publications is currently being developed on the ZOTERO web site.
Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool designed to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. It works within standard web browsers and automatically senses content, allowing you to add data to its bibiographic databases with a single click. You can access the Zotero Quick Start Guide here.
The LEAP Publications database on Zotero is open to all. In addition to accessing the bibliographic data for LEAP-related peer reviewed papers and books, it also gives access to bibliographic information for other LEAP-related publications such as National Communications and reports. Where possible, the LEAP database gives direct access to actual publications. In cases where this is not possible (e.g. for papers in some peer-reviewed journals) the database gives access to sites where you can purchase those papers.
While the LEAP Publications database on Zotero is initially being populated by SEI, anyone will soon be able to use Zotero to add additional LEAP-related publications to it. For example, if you conduct a study using LEAP and publish a paper or report that describes your work, we hope you will consider adding its bibliographic data to this database. We will enable these additional capabilities in the next few weeks.
We ask that you only include publications that are directly LEAP-related (i.e. that describe studies that used LEAP or studies that review or otherwise describe LEAP). SEI reserves the right to delete any database entries that we deem to be inappropriate. Thanks for your cooperation!
See also: LEAP Citation guidelines