ISU Cauayan Cluster Trains Educators in Research Con Fab

ISU Cauayan Cluster Trains Educators in Research Con Fab


Fulfilling the university vision, Cauayan Cluster found an avenue through a research training-workshop held at ISU-San Mateo Mini Theater, August 28-29, 2018.

Campuses under the ISU Cauayan Cluster joined together in the conduct of the Two-Day Training-Workshop on the Global Strategies in Journal and Article Citation. Dr. Rosalie c. Leal, the Campus Administrator of ISU San Mateo, welcomes the delegates from different campuses of Cauayan Cluster (Cauayan Campus, Roxas Campus and San Mateo Campus) with other campuses such ISU- San Mariano Campus and ISU- Ilagan Campus.

For the third time, Dr. Genaro V. Japos, a Social Science research specialist and the founder/president of the Institutional Association of Multidisciplinary Research (IAMURE) together with Russel Obsioma, the managing editor of IAMURE imparted their expertise in research writing techniques to be able to have a publishable paper.

Dr. Japos also illustrated some strategies that guarantee researchers to publish in high impact journals which ensure to increase the chance of being cited. He emphasized that to be able to have a publishable paper you should have an appealing research output that is in line with the requirements of the journal you want to publish.

Dr. Lorelie Tabago, Director of Research and Development Cauyan Campus, together with the Dr. Precilla Delima, Executive Officer of Cauayan, initiated the said training-workshop to cater the need to conduct more researches among faculty of the university. Dr. Delima cited her achievements through the help of research. She also underscored the importance of citation as instrument for CHED evaluation in SUC Levelling as well as for professorial bid.

10 faculty-researchers from ISU-San Mateo were geared up in this two-day training workshop togive solutions to some problems encountered through a research.

This training workshop ensures the academe that ISUan deliver not just quality education but quality research output that can benefit not just the university but the community.