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10 Summary Discussion At the end of the workshop, participants discussed possible activities for I-Group and for others interested in helping to facilitate international re- search collaborations. One possibility would be to put together a primer or guide to international collaborations aimed at U.S. and foreign researchers, administrators, and sponsors. The primer would outline the necessary steps in forming and undertaking various types of collaboration, explore possible pitfalls, and point the reader toward helpful tools and information. I-Group might identify groups to sponsor the preparation of such a primer. It could be an online resource that would be updated over time. 75

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