ROCKET (Research Organization, Collaboration, and Knowledge Exchange Toolkit)
ROCKET is a web-based tool for sharing information and documents, allowing members of a workspace to collaborate by building and sharing web pages. ROCKET workspaces, often created around a specific project, are meant to be dynamic and user-friendly. Members can easily edit and maintain the workspaces themselves per the needs of their group. By default, a workspace is private and only accessible to its members. If information needs to be shared with a larger audience, one or more pages can be made public for a read-only view.
Please note, all work on ROCKET must be in support of the CTSA consortium. By participating in the space, you are acknowledging the work is related to CTSA business.
To cite: Support for the work described in this publication was provided by UL54TR000123, an award from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The information and views included are those of the author(s) and do not reflect official policy of the NIH or the United States Government.
- Any member of the CTSA Consortium can create a workspace. To be considered a member of the CTSA Consortium you must be identified in the CTSA Person Management Database. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
- The workspace ‘Administrator’ is responsible for assigning members to the workspace. Anyone can be added as a member to a workspace, not just members of the CTSA Consortium.
The workspace owner can assign different permissions:
- Administrator - Read, Create, Write, Delete, Sort, Add Users, and Lock content. Creators of a workspace are the Administrator by default.
- Read (default) –Read-only view the space
- Create –Add/create pages on the workspace
- Write – Add content on existing pages
- Delete – Delete pages on the workspace
- Sort – Sort pages in the Table of Contents