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Vol 3 No 2 (2019): Research Advocacy for Community Empowerment (RACE) 2019: A Multidisciplinary Research Poster Exhibition Abstract Proceedings

Research Advocacy for Community Empowerment (2019): A Multidisciplinary Research Poster Exhibition and Competition | February 2019 | Multiple Locations, Republic of the Philippines

The Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Abstracts (AAJMRA), Vol.3, No. 2 February 2019 issue contains "Research Advocacy for Community Empowerment 2019: A Multidisciplinary Research Poster Exhibition and Competition Abstract Proceedings". This intends to guide those who have concerns related to unaccounted submissions. Please make sure to search thoroughly as this issue contains more than 7,000 research abstracts. You may do a search through the PDF using your Submission ID for the submitted paper. Be sure to type the correct Submission ID with "-".


Please note that:
1. the second character of your submission ID is a "0" (zero number) and not letter "O";
2. you SHALL ONLY receive a response regarding this concern if your Submission ID is VERIFIED TO BE NOT FOUND in any of the 15 issue files;
3. submissions' names and spellings are based on what were entered into the system, hence, this particular journal issue cannot be edited any further. However, a summary of changes shall be published as an "erratum" page in one of AAJMRA's future issues based on reports, feedback and concerns received until the 10th of October 2019.

 

Please note also that this journal of abstracts issue already serves as proceedings of the authors' RACE 2019 participation in addition to the certificate of participation and certificate of recognition awarded. This is also just a supplemental venue to help disseminate the researcher-participants' output, hence the certificate of publication is not necessary to issue. 


Thank you!


Concerns? Please send thru: https://tinyurl.com/RACEMission2019Journal

Published: 2019-08-16
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Open Call for Papers

The Singapore Institute of Multidisciplinary Professions and Ascendens Asia Group started this initiative of organising Joint Multidisciplinary Research Conferences (JMRCs)Joint Multidisciplinary Research Conferences Plus (JMRCs+), and Multidisciplinary Research Festivals (MRFs). JRMCs, JMRCs+, and MRFs intend to provide platforms for scholars to present their research works and engage them in intelligent discussions with other participants to gather more input towards enhancing their research work. JRMCs, JMRCs+, and MRFs also aim to extend opportunities to learn from seasoned professionals during plenary sessions as they talk about timely and relevant topics.

JRMCs, JMRCs+, and MRFs are open-to-all (senior high, undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate, and post-doctoral level) research conferences to celebrate researchers who continue to strive for excellence in pursuit of knowledge enhancement for human development. Papers on any field of discipline across various themes that contribute to further learning and continuing professional development are considered. Authors of accepted papers may be invited to present their work either orally or by poster presentation. The conferences are open to the public and everyone is invited to submit proposals for papers.

For more details on schedules of JRMCs, JMRCs+, and MRFs , please visit www.ascendensasia.com.

 

Call for Research Paper Reviewers
The Ascendens Asia International Centre for Research (AAICR) is recruiting reviewers of abstracts for Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Conference Proceedings (AAJMRCP), Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Abstracts (AAJMRA), and full papers for the Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research. If you plan to submit your work for review, the AA strongly urges you to sign up as a volunteer reviewer for the disciplines and interest areas that you submit to and/or whose domain in which you are conversant. Please email a copy of your CV, with details about your experience in dealing with or writing academic research papers for publications, at aaicr@ascendensasia.com.

As a reviewer, you:

  • gain visibility for yourself and your institution.
  • are given the opportunity to be pro-active in helping AAICR promote the development of a stronger research community.
  • are given the chance to give back to your professional community.
  • get to learn more about new and interesting stuff brought about by new and exciting ideas.

We encourage you to volunteer to review for by signing up through this platform. Indicate your special areas of knowledge and interest. The maximum number of review assignments that you could receive is eight (8). We further encourage you to visit http://pkpschool.sfu.ca/courses/becoming-a-reviewer, register for the short course, and learn more about the review process.

As a reviewer, you will be required to complete your assigned reviews within 30-Days, so please plan your time accordingly.