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PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF STATE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES NCR

(PASUC-NCR)



General Format for the Research Manuscript
for the Asia-Pacific Higher Education Research Journal


All manuscripts to be submitted for publication in the journal should be in letter-sized paper, with 1.5
paragraph spacing, use Times New Roman 11pt font, and observe side margins: top and bottom 1:75; left
and right - 2. Maximum of 20 pages to include table of contents, graphs, tables, references and appendices.

Hard and soft copy of the manuscript must be submitted to the PNU Secretariat. Use Century 12, All
Caps, Centered for the research title. Hard copy shall bear the name of the researcher/s (Edwardian 16,
Centered) and the institution which they represent (Times New Roman 9, Centered). Soft copy shall be free
from indicators of researcher/s and institution, for purposes of the blind-review. If sent via email as an
attachment, identifying information can be indicated in the subject line.

Sample

DEVELOPING A MULTICULTURAL TEACHER EDUCATION CURRICULUM USING
A COLLABORATIVE-PARTICIPATORY PROCESS
Wilma S. Reyes
Philippine Normal University


I. Abstract
The abstract should be written in not more than 200-250 words summarizing the purpose/s,
method/s, nature of the participants or key informants, results and conclusions. (Maximum of 4
keywords)

II. Introduction
Clearly describe the background/rationale of the study, statement of the problem/purpose,
theoretical/conceptual framework, and literature review.

III. Method/s
Briefly describe the research design, participants (sample and sampling techniques), research
instrument/s used, data collection process and statistical tests.

IV. Results and Discussion
Important findings and summary, with data presented in either tabular or graphical means.discuss
the theoretical importance and practical implications of the results.

V. Conclusions and Recommendations






PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF STATE UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES NCR
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VI. References
Use APA Format. Ensure that every reference cited in the text is also present in the reference list,
and vice versa.

Samples
Book Duncan, G.J., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (Eds.). (1997). Consequences of growing
up poor. New York: Russell Sage Foundation
Chapter in a
Book
Meskell, L. (2001). Archaeologies of identity. In I. Hodder (Ed.)
Archaeological theory today (pp.187-213). Cambridge, England: Polity
Press.
Journal
Article

Orleans A. (2007). The condition of secondary school physics education
in the Philippines: Recent developments and remaining challenges for
substantive improvements. Australian Educational Researcher, 34 (1),
33-54.
Electronic
Journal
Article
Darling-Hammond L. (2000). Teacher quality and student achievement:
A review of state policy evidence. Educational Policy Archives, 8 (1),
viewed 9 June 2007, http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v8n1/

VII. Appendices (if any)