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Scholarly Communication and Research Commons: Collaboration

A communication portal to support research at the University of Manitoba

Scholarly Collaboration

National and international research collaborations are becoming increasingly common. This section of the guide introduces tools to facilitate collaboration with other researchers. There are workshops available on many of these topics, or you can contact your liaison librarian to discuss training opportunities. If you are on Bannatyne Campus or in one of the hospitals, you can also book a House Call to have a librarian come to your office, lab, or meeting to deliver a training session.

Networking

Networking tools allow you to identify potential research collaborators.

Document management

Reference management

Intro to Citation Managers outlines the features of different reference management softwares.

  • RefWorks is a subscription service provided by U of M Libraries
  • Zotero is a free Firefox browser extension
  • EndNote Web is a free online reference sharing tool linked to the paid EndNote software package
  • Mendeley is a combination reference manager and academic social network