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The Aquatic Commons is a thematic digital repository covering the natural marine, estuarine /brackish and fresh water environments . It includes all aspects of the science, technology, management and conservation of these environments, their organisms and resources, and the economic, sociological and legal aspects. It is complementary to OceanDocs, which is supported by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC)/ International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange (IODE) specifically to collect, preserve and facilitate access to all research output from members of their Ocean Data and Information Networks (ODINS). Click to read more information about this repository.

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Announcement for LIRC Enrolment



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SY 2015-2016, first semester enrollment

Enrollment will start on Monday, May 25, 2015…..

At last the LIRC will be part of the enrollment flow already,  STEP 5….

All students will have to go to the library for the Patron Maintenance registration of the Library System and for the e-Library.

Requirements: enrollment form, 1 x 1 ID picture.

1.  Present enrollment form to the Library-Incharge to affix her signature in the form, certifying that a particular student is registered in the LIRC systems already;

2.  Submit 1 pc. 1×1 ID picture for the student library ID and;

3.  Fill-up Patron Maintenance  and e-lib enrollment forms.

See you in the LIBRARY starting on Monday, May 25, 2015.

Have a great fun day….


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PERJ – Philippine Education Research Journal

About PERJ


The Philippine Education Research Journal (PERJ) is a freely accessible, peer-reviewed, scientific online publication that reports and discusses important issues in Philippine education using empirical studies. It uses the normal standards for research publications and seeks to become a respected education journal, first, in the Philippines and, later, in the region. It shall help address issues that are substantively significant in theory and/or practice, with the use of adequate methods.  It intends to reach scholars, practitioners, policy makers, specialists and graduate students in both the public and private education sectors.  It aspires to be accredited as a scientific journal.

PERJ is published online by the Fund for Assistance to Private Education (FAPE ). The journal is made available freely through its website ( for use by libraries, educational institutions, research centers , scholars and policy makers.

PERJ interprets education broadly to include such areas as human development, school education, human capital formation, formal and informal education, and lifelong learning.

Operationally, PERJ seeks to:

a.) promote and encourage original empirical studies on education from the perspective of disciplines such as anthropology, economics and finance, management, mathematics, political science, psychology, sociology, and others;

b.) support the use of scholarship in stimulating discussions of education policies and practices in order to make them more responsive to the needs of society in general, and of Filipinos in particular;

c.) use scholarship in clarifying issues in Philippine education for purposes of making decisions, choices, or courses of action; and

d.) test and validate theories, constructs and principles proposed to explain, predict and manage educational processes and outcomes.

PERJ is divided into several sections. The Main Features section of PERJ is devoted to peer-reviewed publications that reports and discusses important issues on Philippine education using empirical studies.

The TDAP section features selected theses and dissertations submitted to FAPE’s Thesis and Dissertation Assistance Program otherwise known as TDAP. FAPE’s TDAP provides faculty members of private colleges and universities in the Philippines with grants and technical assistance that enable them to complete their theses and dissertations in order to earn their graduate degrees. TDAP is one of the components of the Graduate Education Program (GEP) of FAPE, in conjunction with FAPE’s research program, the longest-running in-house program which was started in the 1970s.

Another section is devoted to a Database of Theses and Dissertations submitted to FAPE’s TDAP.

Criteria for reviewing a submission shall include the significance of the problem, the originality of the contribution, the use of methods that ensure replicability and verifiability of findings, cogency of argument, and the clarity of the writing.  See the Manuscript Preparation and Submission Guidelines for details.

All editors and editorial consultants are respected academics/specialists known for their scholarship.

Prospective authors are enjoined to remember the following aspects of manuscript preparation: its format {digital, using either online modes or by diskettes (CD/DVD), USB flash drives or compact flash drives}, the format of tabular or chart data (WORD 2007, EXCEL 2007, or a standard statistical package; SPSS is preferred), the format of other graphics and images (gif or jpg). The language of articles shall be the simple and objective language of scientific publications.

Prospective authors are advised to refer to the PERJ Manuscript Preparation and Submission Guidelines at for details on organization of manuscript, number of copies, abstract, citations, tables, charts, indices, references, endnotes, addresses, affiliations, the review process, and other matters.

Publication rights shall remain with the author who shall remain free to publish his article in other publications, provided that the PERJ is informed beforehand and PERJ has no objection.

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