CoS Scholar Universe brings a world of research and scholarship to one easily searchable database. With 2 million profiles, it helps researchers and academics connect with colleagues with shared interests while expanding their networks to include previously unknown people working in related fields or in other areas of the world.
Google Groups is a free service which helps groups of people to communicate effectively using email and the Web. Every group has a home page hosted by Google where members can start new discussions or reply to older topics.
Intersect has been established as the peak eResearch organisation in NSW.
LinkedIn is a business-oriented social networking service.
- NeCTAR From linking data and computer models to historical findings through to collaborating with research partners: researchers need tools to get the job done.
- Sharing references using EndNote Video on how to create an EndNote group and share references with other colleagues who are also registered with EndNote Web.
- Apps for researchers Mobile apps gallery from SciVerse ScienceDirect.
- Delicious Social bookmarking tool.
- Diigo Groups can pool bookmarks, highlights and sticky notes.
- Dropbox File sharing and PC Sync for documents.
- figshare- With figshare, you can publish all of your research in seconds. Your data becomes citable, sharable and discoverable - helping you to increase the impact of your research. All file formats used - upload graphs, images, videos, datasets and more. If your research is not ready to be made public, you can store it in a secure space in the figshare cloud.
- Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service provided by Google which enables user cloud storage, file sharing and collaborative editing. Files shared publicly on Google Drive can be searched with web search engines. As of November 2013, Google Drive had 120 million active users.
- Mind42 Online collaborative mindmapping tool.
- nVivo - NVivo is software that supports qualitative and mixed methods research. It lets you collect, organize and analyse content from interviews, focus group discussions, surveys, audio - and now in NVivo 10 - social media data, YouTube videos and web pages.
- Skype Video chat, IM and conference calls.
- Twitter for academics A guide to using Twitter in university research, teaching and impact activities.
- WikiSpaces Start your own wiki for free.
101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication
101 Innovations - Science is in transition. This site gives an impression of the exploratory phase of a project aiming to chart innovation in scholarly information and communication flows from evolutionary and network perspectives.