Selah Pods Hotel, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines
November 11-14, 2019

The International Association of Scholarly Publishers, Editors and Reviewers (IASPER) with the SEC Registration No. CN201433407 is inviting you to participate in the Training-Workshop on Scientific Writing for Qualitative and Quantitative Studies: ISI and Scopus Standards that will be staged on November 11-14, 2019 at Selah Pods Hotel, Pasay City, Manila, Philippines.

The objectives of the training are to:

  1. Enhance the participants’ quality of scientific writing for acceptability in international publications;
  2. Eliminate the communication errors that researchers make when publishing a scientific paper; and
  3. Determine the standards of ISI and Scopus publications in indexing journals as basis for advanced writing skills to meet their expectations.


Parts of a Scientific Paper: Anatomy of a Publishable Paper

PART A – The Elsevier Scopus and ISI Standards

PART B – IASPER Style Sheet

The training shall introduce internationally recognized standards in writing a scientific paper and the inclusion of technology-based parameters for article ID and referencing. After which, participants are encouraged to write or re-write their existing research article based on the standards presented.

The Pathologies in Writing Scientific Papers

The training shall highlight common errors in writing a scientific paper through introducing diagnostic measures and steps on how to remedy them. Some of the common errors that will be addressed during the training are verb tenses, grammatical blunders, mistakes in results, grammar and spelling, quotes, referencing and others.

Examining a Scientific Paper: The Peer Reviewer’s View Point

The training shall teach participants on how to review their article through a peer reviewer’s perspective and teach them how to use self-administered quality assurance forms.

Subsuming Statistical Analyses in Results and Discussion for a Well Written Article in International Publications

The training shall introduce standards for a better result and discussion and to identify which tables or data are important to include in the discussion.

Technology Based Quality Assurance for Publishable Research Articles

The training shall help participants to do thorough quality assurance measures through the use of existing technology. This will enable the participants to learn new trends in quality assurance and teach them how to do a plagiarism check and grammar check.

Confirmation and Contact Details

For interested participants, please send your confirmation slip (as attached) at [email protected] The deadline for the submission of the confirmation slip will be on November 4, 2019. For more details, you could also contact us through +63917-713-6816 (mobile) or +63 (088) 323-4282 (landline).

Registration Fee

The regular registration fee is 5,500.00 PHP inclusive of two days lunches, AM and PM snacks, training Kits, ID and certificates. The organizer will not be shouldering the accommodation of each participant since the training is in a live-out arrangement. A list of hotels will be provided containing the address and estimated rate per night of the hotels proximate to the venue for the participants’ perusal. Deadline of payment for regular registration will be on November 6, 2019.

Payment Details

Payment through Bank:

Name of Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands
Address: Georgetown Cybermall, RN Pelaez Blvd. Kauswagan, Cagayan de Oro City 9000
Account Name: International Association of Scholarly Publishers, Editors and Reviewers, Inc.
Account Number: 8991-0002-76 (Peso Checking Account)

Payment through Western Union or MLhuillier:

Name of Recipient: Gayle T. Salalima
Address: 4-2f Montblanc Bldg. 848., Burgos corner Chavez Sts., Cagayan de Oro City 9000, Philippines

Payment through Credit Card via PayPal:

Send payment through [email protected] or request for an invoice. Please note that PayPal payments are subject to a handling fee of 5%.

Contact Details

Conference and Training Specialist
[email protected]
+63 (088) 323-4282 (landline) or +63917-713-6816 (mobile)