Tips for Networking, No. 15
Using topic keywords to find members with similar interests
Welcome to the fifteenth issue of Tips for Networking
Today's topic: Using topic keywords to find members with similar interests
Date: 3rd July, 2013.
Publisher: The Research Cooperative. Circulation: c. 7,100.
The Research Cooperative occasionally sends out ' Tips for Networking ' and more general notes under the title of 'Research Cooperative Review'. These appear at irregular intervals according to the author's family, research, travel, and writing commitments.
How can we find members with similar interests or relevant skills?
Topic keywords can be used in the search panel with our full list of 7,100+ member profiles (see under the "Meet People" tab in the main menu, at the top of our website).
To illustrate how this works, and show some of the more common topics mentioned by our members, I created a topic index page.
This week I updated the page (the main part is shown below).
You can try to follow the links shown here, if you want.
Discover the interests of other members. In the list below, topic keyword = link to member profiles, FG = topic focus group, CG = country focus group. LG = language focus group.
To meet people:
(1) send message inside relevant group (all group members will receive the message).
(2) Contact individual members inside the group (use "send message" link on individual profile page).
(3) Contact individual members listed after using the topic keyword.
(4) Create your own focus group, and invite other members to join.
See also all groups home.
2000+ English (LG), research (research communication - FG), university (universities, my university) ,
1000+ journal, science (art & science - FG, science education - FG),
200+ academic (academia), Africa (African), agriculture (agricultural, agricultural science, food & agriculture - FG), America (American), analysis, applied, Australia (Australian, CG), BA (BSc, bachelor),, bio logy (biological, biological control), cell (cell biology, cellular), chemistry (chemical, FG) , China (Chinese, CG, LG), communication (research communication - FG), computer (computers, computing, cloud, programming, FG), design, development (development studies, developmental, developmental biology), electronic (electric, electrical electronics), Dr (doctor) ecology (ecological, RCG), editing, education (educational, higher, science), energy (FG), engineering (FG), environment (environmental, environmental science - FG), Europe (European), food (food science, food & agriculture - FG), Germany (CG), health (health & medicine - FG, public health in Africa - FG), human (humanity, human behaviour, human biology - FG), information (informatics, information technology), institute, international, language (languages, language & linguistics - FG, ancient, modern, sign, written), Japan (Japanese CG, LG), MA, management, materials (materials science), mathematics (mathematical, maths, FG), medicine (medical, medicinal, FG), methods (methodology), model (modeling), molecular (molecular biology), national, PhD, nature, natural (natural history, natural resources), network (networks, ad hoc sensor networks - RCG, social networks - FG), physical, physics (FG), plant (plant science), processing, professor (Prof.), public, scientific, social (social history, social work, sociology, social sciences - FG, society), Spain (Spanish, CG, LG), study, systems, teaching (teacher, teacher education - FG), technology (technological, technical), theory (theories, theoretical), translation, USA (CG), water (wastewater), work (social work),
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Sent by: Dr Peter Matthews (Research Co-op Admin., Kyoto)
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