PCCR Conducts Seminar-Workshop on Research Process
By Eduard M. Solomon | August 4, 2017
The College of Criminology, in coordination with the Research Development and Publications Center, conducted a two-day research seminar-workshop entitled "The Research Process Annotated" last july 11 and 12, 2017, 8am to 5pm, at the Manila Grand Opera Hotel.
The research seminar workshop, which aims to mainstream research writing in PCCR, is a regular component of Related Learning Experience (RLE) activity for fourth year students for the first semester of Academic Year 2017-2018 under the course, “Criminological Research and Statistics” (CRIM6).
Guest speaker Dr. Famela Iza Cabe-Matic, the Dean of the College of Criminal Justice of Cavite State University, discussed her topic on "Writing Chapter 2: Review of Related Literature and Studies". She was also joined by notable in-house lecturers who discussed other research related topics: a) Dr. Diosdado A. Amante - Formulation of Research Title and Questionnaire as a Strategy of Data Collection; b) Dr. Abelardo D. Sevilla - Inferential Statistics, and c) Ms. Jamilla L. Asalan - Writing in APA Style and Format.
An open forum after the lecture was conducted where students were given the opportunity to interact with the lecturers. The activity in the afternoon was a writing workshop where the students worked with their respective thesis group mates to formulate their titles and statement of the problem under the mentoring of the faculty facilitators.