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  1. Writing Publishable Article Cristina C. Salibay, PhD De La Salle University-Dasmariñas ccsalibay@yahoo.com

  2. A journal is a periodical publication intended to further the progress of a particular discipline usually by reporting a new research. Definition of a Journal Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  3. The Scholarly Journal Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  4. The Scholarly Journal Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  5. 1. Full-length/Research article 2. Research note/Short communication 3. Review article 4. Case Report Types of Journal articles Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  6. 1. Full-length/research article • Articles should be the results of a recently conducted • research • Must contribute significantly to the advancement of • knowledge or towards better understanding of • concepts in the field of study • The format of the full-length paper is complete with • sub-topics in materials, results and discussion and • has extensive literature review Types of Journal articles Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  7. 2. Research note/Short communication • It can be a short report on the potential of a • technology, techniques, innovations, results of • routinary tests, etc. • Partial, but significant result of a major research • The format of the research note has no sub- • topics Types of Journal Articles Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  8. 3. Review Article Review articles provide synthesis of state-of-the-art knowledge in a defined area highlighting new questions and pointing to future research directions. They encompass examination of processes, systems, models, and technologies for ones study. The primary purpose is to educate readers by providing a comprehensive view of completed works Typically, reviews are invited and all are peer-reviewed. Types of Journal Articles Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  9. 4. Case Report This article highlights a problem, discuss a way in which the problem can be solved or present the need for research, clinical applications or theoretical matters. Case studies are reports of materials obtained in the process of working with an individual, group, community or organization. Types of Journal Articles Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  10. Publication Ethics Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  11. Citation Index of the Journal • is an index of citations between publications, allowing the user to easily establish which later documents cite which earlier documents • ISI science citation index • ISI social science citation index • Scopus • PubMed • Google Scholar Quality of the Journal Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  12. 2. Impact factor (IF) The impact factor a measure of the frequency with which the "average article" in a journal has been cited in a particular year or period Quality of the Journal Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  13. 3. The Editorial Board and the Referees 3.1 Editors/referees are research experts in the disciplines covered by the journal 3.2 They must have published articles in peer reviewed journals 3.3 Editor in chief must have an impressive record of publication in reputation indexed journals Quality of the Journal Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  14. 4. Regularity of Issuance and circulation 4.1 Should be issued regularly 4.2 Widely distributed Quality of the Journal Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  15. COMMISSION OF HIGHER EDUCATION (CHED) • CHED Journal Accreditation Service (JAS) • Peer-reviewed/refereed journals: • High quality • Credible • Integrity Quality of the Journal Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  16. Translating Research Paper into Publishable Article Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  17. Always conform to the format of the journal where you want your paper to be published! NOTE Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  18. Title Page • Abstract • Approval Sheet • Acknowledgement • List of Figures • List of Tables • Table of Contents • Introduction • Review of Related Literature • Materials and Methods • Results and Discussion • Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations • Literature Cited • Appendices 1. Title Page • Abstract • Keywords • Running Head • Introduction • Materials and Methods • 7. Results and Discussion • (Conclusions) 8. Acknowledgement 9. Literature Cited Comparison between the Parts of the Research Paper & Journal Article Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  19. A. Preliminary • 1. Title • 2. By-line (author) • 3. Address • 4. Abstract • 5. Key words • 6. Abbreviation • 7. Running Head • B. Main • 8. Introduction • 9. Materials and • Methods • 10. Results and • Discussion • 11. Acknowledgment • 12. References Main Parts of a Journal Article Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  20. How are we going to prepare the write-up in every part? The most difficult part… Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  21. Title • By-line (Name of the Author/s and Affiliation) • Keywords • Running Head Title Page Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  22. Must identify precisely the main topic of the • article • Be specific and concise not verbose (there • must be a control of the length) • Use of abbreviations is not allowed • Scientific name must be introduced • Avoid redundancies (A study of…, An • Experimental Investigation of…) Title Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  23. Values Education as Character Education: Creating a Successful Programme Japanese English Pronunciation - Issues of Intelligibility, Achievability and Perception in the Context of World Englishes Distribution of Native and Non-native Rats (Rattus spp.) Along an elevational Gradient in a Tropical Rainforest of Southern Luzon, Philippines Sample Titles Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  24. Name/s of the author and name/s of the • affiliated institution • Write the full name rather than the initials • Omit academic degrees • Include only the persons who have contributed • to the research By-line Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  25. Cristina Cabanacan-Salibay1*, and Florencia Garcia Claveria2 1Biological Sciences Department, College of Science, De La Salle University-Dasmariñas, Dasmariñas,Cavite, Philippines 2Biology Department, College of Science, De La Salle University-Manila, Taft Avenue, Manila, Philippines, and National Research Center for Protozoan Diseases, Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido, Japan * corrresponding author : ccsalibay@dlsud.edu.ph ccsalibay@yahoo.com (alternate) Sample By-line Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  26. Key words and Running Head Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  27. Title: Assessing Values Integration in Learning Sacraments, Marriage and Family Life Course Keywords: Family life, marriage, religious education , sacraments, values integration Running Head: Values integration in Religious Education Course Sample Keywords and Running Head Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  28. Optional • For easy reference • an alphabetically arranged sequence of • abbreviations and acronyms and their meanings is • printed after the key words • Technical terms (not offices or agencies) These can be introduced directly in the text and they are to be spelled out first and then enclosed in parenthesis at first mention Abbreviations Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  29. It summarizes the scope of the work, the • method/s used, the principal results, and note the • implications of these results or main conclusions • References and acronyms should be avoided • It should concisely capture the basic content of • the report/paper and be understandable without • the main text Abstract Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  30. While the Abstract is the first part of the paper to be seen or read, it is usually the last that is finalized While it should be as short as possible, its contents should not be sacrificed for brevity, so pay attention to its contents It should cover or answer the objectives of the research. Be informative and not interpretative. Give numerical and statistical information without giving explanations Abstract Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  31. This study focused on the assessment of the water quality of Palicpican River in Mts. Palaypalay/ MataasnaGulod, Southern Luzon, Philippines. It determined the physico-chemical characteristics of the river for 12 consecutive months to compare data during the wet and dry seasons. In classifying the water quality, the procedure was based on the standards set by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Environmental Management Bureau for fresh surface waters and suggest beneficial usage to the river. A total of seven (7) water quality parameters were monitored and analyzed. In terms of the physical characteristics, air and water temperatures (°C) ,and color were within the standard limits set by DENR-EMB regardless of the seasons when they were observed. For chemical characteristics, pH, total suspended solids (TSS), biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), and dissolved oxygen (DO) of Palicpican River were within the standard limits while phosphate is below the standard in both seasons. Overall assessment of the river revealed that it still has an acceptable quality standard for fresh surface water but with its fluctuating values in phosphate, the river is facing threat if it is not well-managed. Sample Abstract Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  32. It should describe the report/paper’s background and provide the rationale for the present study It includes literature/references cited that will provide the most relevant background rather than an exhaustive review of the topic It must be in paragraph form. There should be no enumeration of objectives/problems/hypotheses It should not be very lengthy. Introduction Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  33. The Introduction answers the questions: • What is the problem or what is the research all about? (INTRODUCE THE PROBLEM) • Why is it necessary to solve the problem or work?/ Why is the problem/work important? (IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY) • What were the findings of previous authors who worked on it? (DEVELOP THE BACKGROUND) • What do I expect to accomplish (objectives) or prove (hypothesis)? (STATE THE PURPOSE AND THE RATIONALE) Introduction Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  34. COLLEGE ENTRANCE TEST RESULTS OF DLSU-D’S FEEDER HIGH SCHOOLS FOR THREE CONSECUTIVE SCHOOL YEARS ( 2004-2005 to 2006-2007) What is the problem or what is the research all about? The entrance tests provide colleges with a standardized method to compare students who intend to continue their studies at specific schools, or even in specific fields. That is why in many colleges and universities, either state or private, the college entrance tests are being conducted to know the particular students who can be accepted in a particular program or course. These tests are just one of many factors considered in the college admissions process to be able to determine the skills of student – applicants. Sample Introduction Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  35. Why is it necessary to solve the problem or work? Why is the problem/work important? Every country has rules and traditions about college entrance tests (CET). In the US and its territories American College Test (ACT) results are required as a basis for admissions in colleges (Ting 2000). The primary goal of CET includes measuring progress in student learning and ensuring student readiness of what particular course they wanted to take up (Hoover 2002). In the Philippines, it is required for senior high school student to take the entrance examination before enrolling in a university or college. Filipino students have been found to be very poor in science and mathematics. In a recent survey of mathematics proficiency of students from 25 Asian countries, the Philippines ranked 23rd with being the most proficient (Ting 2000). Sample Introduction Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  36. What were the findings of previous authors who worked on it? According to Ting (2001) the CET is just one of the ways to determine the potential of the students for college work. The test results are also used for academic as well as curriculum review. Zwick (2005) found that many scores in CET math and science categories indicate that students are unprepared for college level work. Such study was conformed by Reyento (2000) who commented that the Philippines has remained an on-looker in this fast-paced science and mathematics scene. The difference between the performances of public and private high school applicants from Western Mindanao was tested and the result showed that performances of applicants when clustered according to type of school and school year were significant (Arrozal 2000). Sample Introduction Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  37. What do I expect to accomplish (objectives) or prove (hypothesis)? There has been no study conducted on the result analysis of the CET of the applicants coming from the different areas and major feeder schools from Cavite at DLSUD ever since. Realizing the important contribution of the CET to determine the potential of the students, prompted the researcher to analyze the result of the CET administered by DLSUD among its feeder high schools. This study served as a way to predict ability of students to perform in college-level classes and for further development and/or improvement of the curriculum and instructions in the secondary level of education in preparation for the tertiary level education. Hence, this research aimed to determine the results of the College Entrance Test (CET) of the Feeder High Schools in three consecutive school years of the feeder High Schools based on type of school (public and private). . Sample Introduction Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  38. This section must : • >enable the researcher to answer the research • problems/objectives as validly, objectively, • accurately • > show the design or methodology of the study. • One of the essential features of this section is • repeatability Methods Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  39. Standard procedures need not be discussed in details but a brief description of these may be discussed, however, the SOURCE (with citation) must be acknowledged If a published procedure/method is used but was modified, indicate in the text the modifications in sufficient detail The sequencing of methods must be arranged based on the manner of which each step leads to the next It should be narrative and in paragraph form Methods Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  40. No need to cite the sources of well known methods such as ANOVA, Duncan’s Multiple Range Test, t-test, etc. The materials are mentioned as the methods are discussed Use past tense in this section because the research has been completed State the place and date of study when these are relevant to the results Methods Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  41. Local of the Study This study was conducted within the province of Cavite which is about 30 kilometers south of Manila. The Diocese of Imus at present has 5 Districts, with 2 vicariates each District. It has 47 parishes, 9 Quasi-parishes and 4 pastoral centers. The Diocese has a population of 2,551,053 with 2,168,395 Catholics (CBCP-CDP 2006-2007) with more than 60% young people (13-39 years of age, median age of 18) (ECY, 2004). Sample Methods Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  42. Respondents of the Study The respondents in this study were composed of 1,108 adolescents ages 13-19 from various private and public high schools and universities in the areas of Metro Manila, Metro Cebu and Metro Davao. Selection of Respondents The study adopted the convenient random sampling in the selection of samples. Out of the 1500 respondents, 450 were subjected to the study representing the three groups. Sample Methods Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  43. Validation of Questionnaires The formulation of the survey questionnaire and inclusion of the selected items in its construction were based on the National Filipino Catholic Youth Survey 2002 (NFCYS), General Directory for Catechesis (GDC), National Catechetical Directory for the Philippines (NCDP) and the Diocesan Pastoral Priorities for Evangelization (DPPE) Primer, with modification. The survey questionnaire was structured in a way that it would elicit first-hand experiences and knowledge of the respondents regarding their demands. Further, it was validated by three experts in the field and its reliability was also tested. The validated survey questionnaire comprised the profile of the respondents and the checklist of the demands of the Diocesan Pastoral Priorities for Evangelization or DPPE for the respondents to rank them according to priority and the checklists of existing activities, structures, services and programs in the parishes. Sample Methods Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  44. Ethical Consideration All procedural methods concerning the collection, handling and experimentation of cats were approved by the De la Salle University-Dasmariñas (DLSU-D) Research Review Panel (RRP) prior to the conduct of the study. The consent of the cat owners to subject their cats in the study was sought prior to the collection of household cats. Those owners who have given their consent were oriented on the procedural process that the cats had to undergo. Handling of cats was done following the standard protocol on the care and use of laboratory animals (PALAS 2004). Sample Methods Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  45. Preparation prior to the conduct of the study and informed consent Contact was established with the local health and education authorities of Sarangani province to obtain permission to visit and to conduct the study. Regular meetings with those involved (teachers, parents and children) were also organized to clarify the purpose of the study, the relevance of investigating soil-transmitted helminthiases, and the orientation as to how information on the results and possible intervention measures will be disseminated. An informed consent form was prepared in both English and native languages, and the contents of such were explained to the teachers and parents. Sample Methods Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  46. Data analysis A validated questionnaire was used in assessing the values integration in learning. Responses for each item were weighed using Likert’s 5-point scale type of questionnaire. The equivalent weights for the answers were: 5 (strongly agree), 4 (agree), 3 (neutral), 2 (disagree) and 1 (strongly disagree). A criterion that served as the basis for the interpretation of the results was formulated and adopted from the concept of boundary of numerals as follows: 5 with the weight of 4.51-5.0 (very favorable), 4: 3.51-4.50 (favorable), 3: 2.51-3.50 (undecided), 2: 1.51-2.50 (unfavorable) and 1: 1.0-1.50 (very unfavorable) Sample Methods Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  47. Statistical Analysis Statistical analyses were carried out with the StatPlus:Mac LE 2010 (AnalystSoft Inc.). Iron content of Hgb, bioavailability and utilization were expressed as mean + SD for each group. Paired t-test was used to compare iron content of Hgb between pre- and post-iron supplementation. Mean difference of results of iron depletion-repletion was compared and analyzed by One-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) and the significant differences between means were tested using post hoc Tukey’s test. Difference with p<0.05 was considered statistically significant. Sample Methods Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  48. The Results answer the question “What did I observe?” The Discussion answers “What does it mean?” Results and Discussion Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  49. Present the results logically and have subtopics, break ideas into paragraphs, each paragraph dealing with one idea It communicates the facts, measurements and observations made by the researcher It is not the amount of data presented, but how meaningful the data are that counts Results must be discussed by offering explanation to the outcome of the study/experiment/research Results Seminar on Writing Publishable Article

  50. Present the data and interpret them Organize and tabulate, or make graphs and other figures to highlight the data after statistical analysis, taking note of the means, range, totals, etc. Look for significant patterns/trends that will provide answers to the problem and objectives of the research Result Seminar on Writing Publishable Article