CSU RDS, CHED-IDIG conduct research training-workshop

The Research and Development Services (RDS) of the Catanduanes State University (CSU) manned by its Director, Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca, in partnership with CHED-NAFES-SURMABIOCON and CHED-IDIG conducted the Training-Workshop on Research Publishing /Referencing using ISI and Scopus Standards on July 8 to 9, 2019 at the CSU Accreditation Room.


Dr. Lily P. Custodio, Vice President for Research, Extension and Production Affairs, in her message during the activity said that this event is an institutional adaptation of the Research Seminar held at Naga City last June 2019 that was attended by select faculty members.

Dr. Minerva I. Morales, SUC President III, in another message, posed a challenge to the CSU faculty and staff in continuously pursuing researches considering that it is one of the mandates of being a University.

At the outset, Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca, Director for Research and Development Services, provided the overview of the training-workshop.

Resource persons during the plenary were: Prof. Abelisa D. Evangelista, Director of  Abaca Technology Innovation Center (ATIC) with her topic, “Anatomy of a Well-written Publishable Materials;” Prof. Juanita V. Cervantes, Asso. Professor I /EPS and Prof. Sonia R. Sapico, Research Coordinator, College of Arts and Sciences and Director for Center for Climate Change Solutions in the Pacific Islands, who spoke about “The Elsevier Scopus Manuscript Format;” and Mrs.Nena V. Santos, Science Research Specialist II, who discussed “The Critical Causes of Papers Being Rejected by Reviewers.”

Participants were also engaged in a workshop after the plenary where they were tasked to present their respective outputs for presentation and critiquing the following day. This training-workshop is one of the institution’s initiatives under its research activities to strengthen and enhance research skills of faculty members in eventually coming up with publishable papers in both national and international journals.

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