About the Private Area
Remember that to access the forum or the document repository, you must log-in, and the users and passwords for the three websites (the blog in the main web, the forum and the repository) are not necessarily the same. All depends on what you chose. The three websites present a way of recovering your password through the email account you used for signing up. If you are not registered at all, and would like to, please contact the web staff (see About this Website).
NanoTOES document repository
The document repository is a site for you to have all the documents and files related to the project available and organized online. You will find also material that is in principle not public (like the videos from the training course on Risk Communication, or personal photos taken during the project meetings).
The idea is that the NanoTOES members will mostly look for things and download them. The web staff can do most the uploading. If you want to upload things yourself, do not hesitate to contact the web staff for further instructions (you will have to use MediaWiki markup). If you simply have a file that you want to submit to the repository for uploading, simply send it by email to the web staff at moc.liamg@seotonan
NanoTOES discussion forum
The forum is meant for you to engage actively with other NanoTOES members in discussing, or simply asking, on any issues that maybe of your interest. In the forum you can (please log-in before using the following links):
- Start a “discussion” within a given category, that will be visible to all the forum members only (in the Forum Discussions).
- Comment/continue any open discussion (also in the Forum Discussions).
- Have a conversation with another NanoTOES member, in a way that is visible to anyone in the forum. You can do this by going to that member’s profile (clicking on his/her name in the Forum Members List) and posting something in his/her Activity wallpost.
- Check out what everyone has been doing in the forum (in the Forum Activity)
Note that discussions are internal, and you can edit what you have posted already… it is more relaxed that posting in the main blog, for example. But of course, the main blog is to communicate ideas that are already mature, or to let everyone now about relevant news, in a way that could potentially reach everyone in the scientific community and the general public.
You can start discussions in any of these categories:
- Scientific open questions and discussions
- Useful scientific resources
- Methods and Assays
- Conferences and Events
- Project Meetings
- Administrative and Project Management
Suggestions for new categories are always welcome, and they will be implemented upon approval from the Coordinator. Contact the web staff if you have a suggestion.