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The Dean will approve the submission of the research result to the Center for Research and Innovation. Once selected, the researcher will sign an agreement regarding the completion of the research outcome.

Rationale

Lyceum of the Philippines Batangas upholds national and international ethical standards to protect the rights, integrity and confidentiality of human participants involved in research. Recognizing the value of human participants, the university advocates research that must enhance knowledge, have informed and voluntary participation, be scientifically valid, not waste time in the selection of participants' subjects, without bias, potential benefits outweigh risks and respect for participants' privacy, rights to resignation and their well-being.

Implementing Guidelines

Institutional Research – A research study is considered institutional if the researcher/s utilized the institutional data of the university which are

Multidisciplinary Collaborative Research based on NHERA/

All research must be subject to review/referencing by the Dean and the designated University Research Office in the case of disciplinary/action research and the Research Council in the case of institutional research. In the case of multiple authorships, the lead author will identify the percentage of incentive to be given to the co-authors, either 50%, 25% or perhaps none for any valid reason raised by the lead author.

Introduction

Purpose

Scope

Definition of Terms

4.4 “IP Policy” means the Intellectual Property Policy of the Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas. There is use of University resources not normally available to most University staff and students.

Coverage of these Policies

Prior Disclosure Requirement

Ownership of Patent

Copyright rights accrue to the university if one of the following circumstances occurs:. a) the work has been carried out with resources provided by or through the university. In cases not covered by Section 8.2, the faculty member(s) and student(s) involved will enter into an agreement prior to the mentoring assignment specifying, among other things, ownership of the intellectual property and shared royalties.

Ownership of Trademark

In the event the University decides not to claim ownership of the work under paragraph 8.2 within one hundred (100) days of discovery of the work, ownership of the copyright shall revert to the author subject to the agreement, if any, entered into by the University with a funding or sponsoring agency prior to the research. In cases where the copyright belongs to the University under Section 8.2, it may, at its discretion, assign the copyright shares to the inventor.

Establishment of the University Committee on Intellectual Property (UCIP) The University Committee on Intellectual Property (UCIP) shall be constituted

To determine the rights of the parties to the intellectual property for the purpose of settling disputes limited to the ownership of intellectual property and the sharing of royalties. The UCIP is chaired by the Vice President for Academics and Research (VPAR) and will be composed of the Director of the Center for Research and Innovation (CRIN), University Legal Counsel and retired Director of Research. UCIP invites the following sector representatives if the disputed issue involves their sector:.

Penalties

Waiver of IP Policy

Repealing Clause

Effectivity Clause

The Center for Research and Innovation is directly subordinate to the Vice President for Academics and Research, who is also directly under the office of the President. Provide leadership to all College Deans and the Director of the Center for Research and Innovation in the establishment, implementation and monitoring of academic support programs and research programs and services at the school. Performs such other functions as may be assigned by the President from time to time as the situation requires.

Plans, organizes, directs, controls and coordinates all research activities and statistical services from the Center for Research and Innovation. Performs such other duties as may be assigned by the Vice Presidents for Academics and Research (VPAR) from time to time as required by the Service. Assists the director of the Center for Research and Innovation in the preparation of the research center's performance reports and other records/documents 10.

Performs such other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Director of the Center for Research and Innovation, depending on the need of the service. Performs such other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Director of Research, as the need of the service requires. Performs such other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Director of the Center for Research and Innovation, depending on the need of the service.

Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the CRIN Director from time to time as the exigencies of the service require. With the approval of the President, the Center for Research and Innovation has drawn up the Institutional Research Agenda which will serve as a basis in the formulation of the College Research Agenda.

INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH AGENDA for Academic Year 2021-2022

Organizational Effectiveness/ Performance Excellence/ Policy and Plan Formulation

The Center for Research and Innovation is supported by the President, Vice President for Research and Assistant Vice President for Research in terms of financial resources. There is a research handbook with well-established ISO policies and processes for preparing the institutional research agenda, processing research proposals on an institution/college and discipline basis, conducting research at the institution/college level, disseminating research reports and providing statistical services. LPU-CRIN ensures that the Institutional Research Agenda (IRA) is drawn from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) National Higher Education Research Agenda -2 (NHERA) and from the priority areas of the National Unified Health Research Agenda (NHURA 2011-2016 ).

Various colleges regularly review the IRA by evaluating the priority areas for which the faculty's research program has been designed. This Research Development Plan is part of the Annual Operational Plan (AOP) based on WIG 1 – Excellence in Teaching, Research and Community Outreach. The AOP is submitted to the president and presented during the annual planning of university officers each April or May.

The Faculty's research program will be part of the final and complete Institutional Research Program (IRA) submitted to the President by the Vice President for Academics and Research with the approval of the Assistant Vice President for Research. The institutional research agenda was prepared by the research council in cooperation with department heads and deans who lead their faculties. The foundations of the IRA are the vision, mission, goals of the university, Commission on Higher Education Memoranda (CHED CMO’s), National Higher Education Research Agenda (NHERA), goals and objectives of the university and other institutional and global concerns.

Innovation in Education

Industry Driven and Linkage

Environment

  • Environmental Issues, Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation 2. Disaster Risk Management

Social Involvement

Value-Oriented studies

  • Policies and Practices on Public Safety and Management 2. Communication, Language and Humanities
  • Public Administration and Governance 4. Digital arts and Technology

Business Researches

  • Social Entrepreneurship and Marketing
  • Human Resource Management and Business Development 3. Technology and Innovation in Tourism and Hospitality Industry

Criminal Justice

Engineering and Technology Researches

Maritime

Process-focused Researches

Environment -focused Researches

Resource-focused Researches

The research proposal for institutional research must be submitted in two (2) copies for review to the Center for Research and Innovation. Researchers whose proposals are approved are allocated an appropriate budget after approval by the President. INTRODUCTION AND REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Contains Introduction, Review of Related Literature and Objectives.

INTRODUCTION AND A REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Contains the Introduction, Review of Related Literature and Objectives

NOTE: Before the Literature Review there is a short introduction (which consists of 10 pages), which mentions: the rationale, the variables to be used and the setting of the study).

METHODOLOGY

RESULTS & DISCUSSION

SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS REFERENCES

  • Research format of Institutional and Graduate School researches shall use the APA style in publishable format which has the following parts
  • BODY
  • REFERENCES
  • APPENDICES

The Center for Research and Innovation Office, through the research staff or assistance with the approval of the Director, will endorse the copy of the study to the assigned referee. Format follows the prescribed institutional format; however, if the research project requires a different format, approval must be sought from the Center for Research and Innovation. After certification from the referee, the Center for Research and Innovation will recommend the first 35% to the researcher.

After finishing the editing and submission of the usage report, the editor submits the edited research assignment to the Center for Research and Innovation for approval of the remaining fee. The final research results are the property of the school and are stored in the Center for Research and Innovation. The aim of this activity of the Center for Research and Innovation is to present, study and disseminate useful research findings to the academic community and other sectors.

The final payment of research proposers' honorarium for research work will be recommended by the Center for Research and Innovation only after the completion and submission of the revised research paper. Abstracts of peer-reviewed research will be published in the institution's peer-reviewed research journal. All research proposers for publication will seek VPAR permission through the Center for Research and Innovation for publication in any local, national or international peer-reviewed research journals.

The Center for Research and Innovation has the right to recommend/endorse the publication of the institutional research in any local/national internationally referenced research journal or publications duly recognized by the institution. The institutional research prize winner(s) is/are a bona fide employee of the university who is referred to as researcher(s).

Lumina Foundation for Integral Human Development

  • Objectives of the Research
  • Literature Review
  • Method/s
  • Ethical/Biosafety Clearance
  • Expected Output/End Users/Target Beneficiaries

Such may include describing the variables being investigated and presenting knowledge about the subject of the research. This section should discuss literature relevant and specific to the topic of the research proposal. Respondents of the survey - this is required for surveys of who were the participants, how they will be selected.

Data collection tool - this refers to the tool to be used to answer research objectives. Data collection procedure – this is the systematic discussion of how the instrument is validated internally/externally, how to disseminate and retrieve the data to be analysed. Data Analysis - this section should list the statistical tests to be used when interpreting data.

It refers to the end results (eg production technology or knowledge) that are expected after completion of the research. The likely end users or beneficiaries of the research output and the number and location of beneficiaries, if applicable. This section should indicate the strategies to be used to disseminate and secure the expected research results.

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