We consider the following problem in this paper: Given a set of n distributions, find the top-m ones with the largest means. This problem is also called top-m arm identifications in the literature of reinforcement learning, and has numerous applications. We study the problem in the collaborative learning model where we have multiple agents who can draw samples from the n distributions in parallel. Our goal is to characterize the tradeoffs between the running time of learning process and the number of rounds of interaction between agents, which is very expensive in various scenarios. We give optimal time-round tradeoffs, as well as demonstrate complexity separations between top-1 arm identification and top-m arm identifications for general m and between fixed-time and fixed-confidence variants. As a byproduct, we also give an algorithm for selecting the distribution with the m-th largest mean in the collaborative learning model.