Research activities normally consist of numerous works such as paper composition, discussions and surveys of literature. It is important for smooth accomplishment of research to strategically accumulate the context information (i.e. processes of the work, methods and results) and to skillfully utilize them. However, it is difficult to accumulate relevant context information since most automatic methods target only the specific work and/or researchers tend to selectively use different applications suitable for each purpose. This research aims to develop methods of organizing context information across the different styles of information and applications. This paper outlines methods to strategically accumulate context information and to organize it. Moreover, it describes an experiment using test-case data and discusses the effectiveness of the methods in light of the results.