Research Cooperative

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Blogs: 12
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.

Tips for Networking No. 5


By Research Cooperative, 2011-06-22

Functional improvements on our top page

Date: June 22nd, 2011.
Publisher: The Research Cooperative. Circulation: c. 3,500.
Previous issue: April 8th, 2011 (bloggers and blogging at the Research Cooperative).
Tips top page.

Good news! Our network home page has been upgraded to make it more interactive.

What’s new? We can now:

  • Post status updates directly from the home page.
  • Comment and “Like” photos, videos, blogs, or status updates while on the home page.
  • See larger photo thumbnails
  • Play videos directly on the home page.

It's now even easier to see what's going on and for everyone to participate. Please give it a whirl.

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Tips for Networking No. 7


By Research Cooperative, 2011-11-13

What does our network look like?

Welcome to the seventh issue of Tips for Networking

Date: November 13th, 2011.
Publisher: The Research Cooperative. Circulation: c. 3,500.
Previous issue: September 3, 2011 (Adding value to our network).
Tips top page.

This rough sketch (below) shows shows most of the people involved in research communication, making connections with each other in all directions. I would like our network to look like this.

Please imagine your own place in the network, and then consider how to make the connections that are most useful for you. By using the network, you can help make it look more like this sketch.

A single member can be located in more than one place. For example, a researcher can join a discussion group for his or her own research topic, while using a separate forum to offer help as a reviewer.

If you can show yourself in all the places where you have a genuine interest, this will make it easier for you and others to make useful connections. The main forums for offers and requests are where very specific connections can be made, according to the needs and skills of our members.

If you would like to comment on this picture, see 'our network in a sketch'.

 

                                                             

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Join us - for better research communication!


By Research Cooperative, 2017-09-11

Contents: Introduction - Create account to join - Membership types - Main Features of the Network

1. Our introduction/welcome has been translated to other languages:

ArabicChineseDutchFrenchGermanGreekMaoriRussianSpanishPortugeseRomanianTagalogTurkish, and Vietnamese.

2. Create a free account to join. Use "Signup" box on top page (home page) or "Create account" tab in main menu. An account activation message will be sent automatically to your email address. Activate the account and begin login by clicking on the activation link. Our Terms of Service form (short version) will be shown, and to continue, please agree to this, and then press "Continue" to reach your Profile and Account settings pages.


256.jpgCreating a public profile is important for effective networking. Your profile page can show your own choice of profile image, a biography, blog, image gallery, and unique URL.

 

At left: the well-suited profile of doctor, ethnologist, and biologist Philipp Franz von Siebold (Anon 1826, Japan, via Wikimedia Commons). 

 

3. The following membership types are available:

Standard Regular Member. Free on signup. A user name, brief self-description, active email address, and password are required.

Other membership types are available on request

Advanced Regular Member - also free, but has more features (e.g. you can create your own groups inside the network).

Custom Member Website  A hosting fee is requested for individual freelancers, academic societies, research groups, language service companies, or publishers wishing to showcase activities, services and publications using a custom-designed website hosted by our network. Your own URL can be redirected to to the site. Please enquire.

4. Main features of the network

Visit Services to offer, request or find help related to writing and publishing (all topics, languages, and countries).

  • Editors, translators, illustrators and others can offer volunteer, discount, or professional (paid) help.
  • Authors and publishers can request volunteer, discount, or professional (paid) help.

Our work-related focus Groups encourage contact between members with shared or complementary interests.

After login, instant messaging with other members is possible. Click on the yellow text bubble icon at right (see more about 'chat').

Please help the Research Cooperative develop and grow! We need volunteer writers, editors, translators, moderators and commentators. See contact details below. Members can also join our open volunteer group here

Donations are welcome but not expected.

posta.jpg Forgot your password?

  If you know the email address used to register with, enter address here to get a new password.

To learn more about using this site, see Documentation and Research Cooperative history

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About


By Research Cooperative, 2015-03-13

Welcome to the Research Cooperative

 Kia ora!  Добро пожаловать  ¡Bienvenido!  환영합니다   Willkommen!  مرحبا بك  Hosgeldiniz!

The Research Cooperative is a moderated social network dedicated to better academic, technical and educational communication.

The network serves all disciplines, countries and languages, and brings together researchers, university teachers, students, science writers, editors, proofreaders, translators, illustrators, indexers, and publishers.

As 'knowledge workers' we all need to work together more effectively for better communication. Membership is free for individuals, educational organisations, and commercial service companies in any country. 

Build your public profile here. See how to join and use our network, and all services. Our website uses English, but we welcome members working with any language. The site founder and administrator is a New Zealander (museum curator) who lives in Japan.

 See welcome in:  Arabic, Dutch, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish (see further translations requested)

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