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You will find below a set of "best practices" allowing our members to collaborate in the most efficient way.
 
You will find below a set of "best practices" allowing our members to collaborate in the most efficient way.
  
* ''' How do I co-author a paper? '''
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* ''' How can I make publicity or attract attention on a website/research question? '''
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Sign in to this EDU wiki with your real name, you will then be able to edit all the pages. You can then add [Links links] and [EDU_Research_Questions research questions] in the relevant pages.
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* ''' How can I co-author a paper? '''
  
 
[http://docs.google.com Google Docs] proposes an online word processor allowing up to 50 people to edit a document at the same time. A complete history of modifications is kept. Spreadsheets and presentations are also supported.  
 
[http://docs.google.com Google Docs] proposes an online word processor allowing up to 50 people to edit a document at the same time. A complete history of modifications is kept. Spreadsheets and presentations are also supported.  
  
* ''' How should I manage and share my bibliographical materials? '''
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* ''' How can I manage and share my bibliographical materials? '''
  
 
A new free bibliographical management tool appeared called [http://www.zotero.org Zotero] which allows you to import references directly from the web (from [http://scholar.google.com Google Scholar], Amazon, etc.). It has many other features.  
 
A new free bibliographical management tool appeared called [http://www.zotero.org Zotero] which allows you to import references directly from the web (from [http://scholar.google.com Google Scholar], Amazon, etc.). It has many other features.  
 
We will soon be sharing a bibliographical database thanks to [http://www.citeulike.org CiteUlike].
 
We will soon be sharing a bibliographical database thanks to [http://www.citeulike.org CiteUlike].

Revision as of 07:42, 6 May 2008

Best practices for an efficient research community

You will find below a set of "best practices" allowing our members to collaborate in the most efficient way.

  • How can I make publicity or attract attention on a website/research question?

Sign in to this EDU wiki with your real name, you will then be able to edit all the pages. You can then add [Links links] and [EDU_Research_Questions research questions] in the relevant pages.


  • How can I co-author a paper?

Google Docs proposes an online word processor allowing up to 50 people to edit a document at the same time. A complete history of modifications is kept. Spreadsheets and presentations are also supported.

  • How can I manage and share my bibliographical materials?

A new free bibliographical management tool appeared called Zotero which allows you to import references directly from the web (from Google Scholar, Amazon, etc.). It has many other features. We will soon be sharing a bibliographical database thanks to CiteUlike.