Research Cooperative

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Blogs: 13
Pages: 7
images: 5
youtube videos: 1
Invitations: 2
Groups: 12
Location: International
Work interests: Providing NPO social network for better research communication
Affiliation/website: Serving all members of the Research Cooperative
Preferred contact method: Other (details below)
Preferred contact language(s): English
Contact: email (researchcooperative atto gmail dotto com)
Favourite publications: PJ Matthews and J Akamine, eds. (2004) Research Writing in Japan: Personal, Cultural, and Practical Perspectives, Senri Ethnological Reports No. 49. National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka.

Welcome in Polish: Witamy w Kooperatywie Badawczej


By Research Cooperative, 2020-07-04

The Research Cooperative (Kooperatywie Badawczej) to moderowana sieć społeczna i organizacja non-profit działająca na rzecz doskonalenia komunikacji akademickiej, technicznej i edukacyjnej.


Nasza międzynarodowa sieć reprezentuje wszystkie dyscypliny naukowe i skupia badaczy, nauczycieli akademickich, studentów, pisarzy, redaktorów, korektorów, tłumaczy, ilustratorów, indeksatorów oraz wydawców.


Jako "pracownicy nauki" wszyscy potrzebujemy bardziej efektywnej współpracy na rzecz lepszej komunikacji.


Członkostwo w sieci jest darmowe dla osób prywatnych, organizacji edukacyjnych, jak i dla komercyjnych firm usługowych. Nasza strona internetowa wykorzystuje język angielski, ale członkowie posługujący się innymi językami są mile widziani.


(translation courtesy Zarzycki Roland, 1 lipca 2020)

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Welcome in Spanish: Bienvenidos a la Research Cooperative


By Research Cooperative, 2019-03-24

La "Research Cooperative" es una red social moderada y organización sin fines de lucro dedicada a proveer una mejor comunicación académica, técnica y educativa.

Todas las disciplinas están representadas en nuestra red para reunir a investigadores, docentes universitarios, estudiantes, divulgadores científicos, redactores, correctores, traductores, artistas gráficos, indizadores y editores.

Como "trabajadores del saber" debemos colaborar de manera más eficaz en pos de una mejor comunicación.

La inscripción es gratuita para particulares, organizaciones educativas y empresas de servicios. Nuestra página web es en inglés, pero le damos la bienvenida a cualquier persona independientemente del idioma que use.

(Translation courtesy Daniel Fernadez, 24th March 2019; see also Research Co-op Spain )

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Welcome in Italian: Benvenuti alla Research Cooperative


By Research Cooperative, 2019-01-26

La Research Cooperative è un social network moderato ed un'associazione no profit dedicata a una migliore comunicazione accademica, tecnica e educativa.

La nostra rete internazionale rappresenta tutte le discipline e riunisce ricercatori, docenti universitari, studenti, scrittori scientifici, editori, correttori di bozze, traduttori, illustratori, indicizzatori ed editori.

In quanto "lavoratori della conoscenza", abbiamo tutti bisogno di lavorare insieme in modo più efficace per una migliore comunicazione.

L'iscrizione è gratuita per individui, organizzazioni educative e società di servizi commerciali. Sul nostro sito web usiamo l'inglese, ma accogliamo utenti che usano altre lingue."

[Translation courtesy MaryJ of Italy, 26. Jan. 2019. See also Research Co-op Italy ]

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Welome in Arabic . مرحبا بك


By Research Cooperative, 2018-09-16

مرحبًا بك في جمعية الأبحاث التعاونية.

 

الأبحاث التعاونية هي شبكة اجتماعية خاضعة للإشراف و هي منظمة غير ربحية مكرسة لتحسين التواصل الأكاديمي والتقني والتعليمي.

 

وتمثل شبكتنا الدولية جميع التخصصات وتجمع بين الباحثين ومدرسي الجامعات والطلاب وكتاب العلوم والمحررين والمراجعين والمترجمين والرسامين والفهرسين والناشرين.

 

وباعتبارنا "عاملين في مجال المعرفة" ، فإننا جميعا بحاجة إلى العمل معًا بشكل أكثر فعالية من أجل تواصل أفضل.

 

العضوية مجانية للأفراد والمؤسسات التعليمية وشركات الخدمات التجارية. يستخدم موقعنا الإلكتروني اللغة الإنجليزية ، لكننا نرحب بالأعضاء الذين يستخدمون لغات أخرى.

 

[Translation courtesy Hasan , 16th Sept. 2018]

See also: Arabic-language discussion group , and our country focus groups, Research Co-op Egypt , Research Co-op Iraq , Research Co-op Tunisia

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Welcome in Portuguese (bem-vindos)


By Research Cooperative, 2018-09-11

Bem-vindos à Research Cooperative.

A Research Cooperative é uma rede social moderada e uma associação sem fins lucrativos dedicada a uma melhor comunicação académica, técnica e educacional.

A nossa rede internacional representa todas as áreas e reúne investigadores, professores universitários, estudantes, escritores científicos, editores, revisores, tradutores, ilustradores, indexadores e editoras.

Como "trabalhadores do conhecimento", todos nós precisamos de trabalhar juntos de forma mais eficaz para uma melhor comunicação.

A inscrição na associação é gratuita para indivíduos, organizações educacionais e empresas de serviços comerciais. No nosso site usa-se o inglês, mas aceitamos membros que usem outros idiomas.

 

[Translation courtesy Bernardette Coelho , 10th Sept. 2018]

Research Co-op Brazil (Brasil)  Research Co-op Portugal

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By Research Cooperative, 2018-05-27

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Tips for Networking No. 11


By Research Cooperative, 2012-09-02

How to invite others

Welcome to the eleventh issue of  Tips   for   Networking

Date: 2nd September, 2012.
Publisher: The Research Cooperative. Circulation: c. 4,200.
Previous issue: 23rd May, 2012 (Inviters and greeters).
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Hi.

For  our network to become really useful, all members need to know how to invite others to join.

Our network does not automatically take your email address book information and send messages to all your contacts.

The process is very manual and is under your control.

I like this. It means our network can grow organically through invitations that people definitely want to send to others. Any member can invite friend and colleagues to join the network, using a variety of methods.

This week, I wrote a FAQ item to explain this: "How to invite others".

 

To summarise, there are two main ways to invite others, a fter signing in  to the network with your login details (email address and password).

1. By using your address book to select contacts, or by using the Research Cooperative email form. You can see how this works by signing in, and going to the Invite tab in the main menu (see "How to invite others"  for more details).

2. By sending a link with your usual email account.

After signing in, and going to the Invite tab in the main menu, you will see the following option at the bottom of the page (NB the image below does not have an active link; there is no need to click on the image):

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If the person you send it to clicks on the link, the following  Sign Up page  should appear (see below).

In this case it says "Peter Matthews invited you to join... etc." in the second line.

You have to sign in to get a link that has your name attached to it (y our friends won't know who I am, so please do not use the example link in the image above!)

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Thanks  for  your patience. It takes time to get familiar with how to use a network. You can experiment by sending an invitation to yourself, like I did.

When you are happy with a method, please send invitations to anyone who you think might like to join the Research Cooperative!

We welcome students, researchers, teachers, companies, publishers, and all professionals involved in scientific publishing and the production of educational literature.

 

Sincerely, Dr Peter Matthews (Admin., Kyoto, Japan)

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Tips for Networking No. 1


By Research Cooperative, 2010-11-13

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Welcome to the first issue of  Tips   for   Networking
Date: Nov. 13th 2010. Publisher: The Research Cooperative, Kyoto & Auckland. Circulation: c. 3,100.

We have a large network, so it is good to become familiar with the various functions of our website, in order to communicate effectively in a way that suits your own needs and interests.

Our tip today is technical , and concerns control of email messages from the network to your personal email account. The personal email of each registered member is recorded in our member database, out of public view, and messages sent to you from within the network are forwarded to your personal email address, without showing your address to the sender.

(If you change your email address without registering a new email address at the Research Cooperative, you will receive no further messages from us).

Controlling email messages  might be a priority  for  many of our members. First of all, find your own page within the network. This page is called ' My Page'  and becomes active after you have signed in. 

The My Page tab looks like this on the main menu (this is a static screenshot, do not click):

Clicking no your My Page tab will display your profile page. At the top right, under your name, you can see the following menu:

To reach the controls  for  email, click on the ' Settings ' tab. The icon shows two cogs. On the Settings page, you can control many aspects of your profile and activity within the Research Cooperative. Look  for  the ' Email ' tab under 'My Settings':

Clicking on the 'Email' tab will display a page with options  for  all the different kinds of email message that might be sent to you from within the Research Cooperative. I will discuss these options in the next issue of ' Tips   for   Networking '. 

If you have tried changing your email settings, and would like to ask any questions about them, please contact Peter (  http://researchcooperative . org/profile/PeterMatthews). 

Topic suggestions  for  future  tips  are welcome. Thank you.

PS. Hosting, content development, and promotion  for  our network all cost something. The Research Cooperative is an NPO, but we do need funds to operate. If members would like to help in some way, please visit any of the following pages: Donate, The Advertising Page, a note on 'Sponsorship and the Research Cooperative'. We also wish to acknowledge all help received so far. See: Our supporters

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