Seminar on "Writing and Publishing Research Papers in High-Impact Journals"

Posted: December 1, 2018, 11:38 P.M.

The School of Media Studies of Mapúa University invited researchers in the seminar on "Writing and Publishing Research Papers in High-Impact Journals" last June 5, 2018, 1:30 p.m. at the Seminar Room of Mapúa University in Intramuros, Manila campus.
The seminar was open to all researchers, professors, and graduate students who aimed to publish their research works in leading refereed local and international journals. The seminar's highlights focused on the strategies in structuring a research article for journal publication, avoiding common mistakes when submitting articles, publishing strategies and stages in the publication process. The seminar also emphasized the importance of choosing good journals and increasing the researcher’s publication citation.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Francis Dumanig is an Assistant Professor at the English Department, University of Hawaii at Hilo, USA. His wide teaching experience in Asia and America has led him to publish and present a number of research studies in the Philippines, U.S.A, UK, Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Oman and Thailand. He published in high ranked journals like Cambridge Language Teaching Journal, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, Multilingua, Language Policy and International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, World Englishes, just to name a few. Apart from his publications, he was also invited as keynote speaker and plenary speaker in some international and local conferences in the field of Languages, Linguistics and Education. He also conducted a number of research workshops in Southeast Asia particularly in Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand. His research interests are in Language Teaching (Teaching English as a Second Language – TESL, Teaching English as a Foreign Language - TEFL), Cross-Cultural Communication, World Englishes (Southeast Asian Englishes) and Discourse Analysis (Language, Migration and Identity).