To aid the students in writing their research manuscripts, the RDO conducted its first session of this school year’s Research Enhancement Seminar-workshop Series for Students (RESSS) which focuses on grammar and originality and plagiarism prevention at the St. Ezekiel Laboratory, August 10.
The seminar-workshop was participated by around 60 students from the different colleges of the University. Dr. Ivy Aboy and Dr. Mona Freda Secondes were the resource speakers and trainers for the seminar-workshop.
The whole-day seminar-workshop was composed of a lecture and a workshop on how to use the Grammarly software application.
One of the services offered by the RDO is the use of the GOT spots, wherein college students can utilize the available computers inside the office and use the Grammarly premium account to maximize the features of the software application to enhance their research papers further.
Research Enhancement Seminar-Workshop Series for Students (RESSS) is a succession of activities including lectures, seminars, workshops, and training designed by the Research and Development Office to improve the students’ knowledge and skills related to research and to enable them to produce quality research outputs.