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Academic Tools Online

A forum to introduce and discuss online tools and services for recording, writing, editing, translating, illustrating, and publishing, for all media

Location: International
Members: 18
Latest Activity: Nov 25, 2013


The most well-known online tools are search engines and machine translation sites, but special services and tools exist for almost every discipline and research activity.

Our focus is on services and tools that can be used for academic and other research-based writing, editing, translation, illustration, publishing and reading.

This group is open to all members. Please use the message board below to recommend or ask about relevant services, tools, websites, and organisations. The comments panel will be used for administrative purposes.

See: project coordination, publishing and production and all groups home

Photo: working with an inboard motor (truck engine mounted in canoe) in Myanmar


Did that website crash, or is it a connection problem at my end?

Started by Peter J. Matthews Nov 1, 2012. 0 Replies

Sometimes it is not obvious why we cannot reach a particular website.An easy way to check this is now provided by the following site:…Continue

Tags: test, website status

D-Space: a free open-source system for digital archives or repositories

Started by Peter J. Matthews. Last reply by Peter J. Matthews Jun 3, 2012. 2 Replies

DSpace is an open-source software system for creating digital archives or repositories.  More than 1000 academic, non-profit, and commercial organizations are using it. See:…Continue

Tags: images, community, developers, DSpace, academic

Blogging systems and advice

Started by Peter J. Matthews. Last reply by Arda Ozturkcan May 10, 2012. 1 Reply

All members of the Research Cooperative can publish notes with their own blog page from inside our network, but for more options and personal control, we can choose from the many dedicated blogging…Continue

Tags: science, researchers, science blogging, translators, Open Access

Reference management

Started by Daniel Büchner. Last reply by Peter J. Matthews Jul 31, 2011. 3 Replies

Funny enough -- after all the work and heartbleeding authors put into their work: it usually comes to an end when starting the bibliography ...Self-made bibliographies are usally a mess --…Continue

Tags: Bibliography, Citation, system, management, Reference

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