Remarq’s new Groups features take scholarly collaboration to a whole new level. Users can create free Public or Private groups. Publishers get the added benefit of creating Protected groups, which users can ask to join.

Groups can be used to support a number of tasks, collaborations, or initiatives. Here are a few ideas:

  1. PRIVATE GROUP IDEA: A work, study, or project group. Invite your colleagues at work or school into a private Remarq group, where you can use Remarq® Lite and Remarq® on publisher sites to collaborate on documents, textual passages, images, math formulae, video, and more.
  1. PRIVATE GROUP IDEA: An expert panel of collaborators. Whether an editorial board, guideline workgroup, study team, or committee, Remarq private groups can provide you with a more efficient way to collaborate and get the job done.
  1. PROTECTED GROUP IDEA: A topical group led by an expert. Create a Protected Group where an expert begins a discussion of a salient topic in research, one that everyone is talking about, and watch the people interested in the topic join in.
  1. PROTECTED GROUP IDEA: A journal club. Move your current journal club – or start a new one – with a Protected Group in Remarq. Discuss articles, highlight passages or citations, and cross-reference materials. (This can also be a Private Group idea.)
  1. PUBLIC GROUP IDEA: Pose a question to the community. Create a Public Group to address a question common to many members – about career advancement, a new regulation or requirement, or a historical person.
  1. PUBLIC GROUP IDEA: Highlight new research. In this era of science advocacy, public groups can be a powerful way to disseminate good research to the wider public, in context.

Remarq’s Group Conversations deliver a wide array of options to help you and your collaborators get work done, move ideas forward, or discover new insights.

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