For the academically advanced student in your life, Center for Research & Publication is an online learning option that provides both synchronous and asynchronous activities. Students enroll in both live and online courses. We provides a choice of course and meeting time choices to accommodate a range of schedules. For three to four weeks, students will finish research paper. Students complete asynchronous tasks outside of class and visit with their teacher or teaching assistant during office hours for further assistance. Our online courses continue to play an essential role in our aim of fostering potential and skill in students. Our online experience allows students to communicate with subject matter experts, connect with like-minded people, and continue learning something new in their field of interest.

Center for Research and Publication is a one-of-a-kind opportunity that provides in-depth exposure to an academic topic as well as the opportunity to do independent study or develop a concluding product with expert evaluation. It involves students participating in accelerated content in a topic such as genomics, leadership, genetics, or data science while also working on an individual research product or project in their chosen area of study with the help of a topic expert with whom they are matched. Students may increase their grasp of a topic of study while meeting new acquaintances and undertaking research or developing a project in a similar way as working experts via this unique experience. The Research and Publication program is for grade 8 and up students and lasts two months (1 month in writing research paper and 1 month for qualification & publication).

For the duration of the program, student meets synchronously or a synchronously two times for 1 hour every week. Mentorship meetings are usually held in the evenings or on weekends, giving students the opportunity to participate in other extracurricular activities.

Program Timeline on Weekly Basis

Week 1: Identify and develop your topic

Selecting a topic can be the most challenging part of a research assignment. Since this is the very first step in writing a paper, it is vital that it be done correctly.

Week 2 : Do a preliminary search for information

Do a search to see whether there is enough material out there for your purposes and to create the background for your study before you start digging deeper. Look up your keywords in the library’s Reference collection (such as encyclopedias and dictionaries) as well as other resources including our book catalog, periodical databases, and Internet search engines. Your course notes, textbooks, and reserve readings may all provide more background knowledge. In light of the materials accessible to you, you may find it essential to modify the emphasis of your issue.

Week 3: Locate materials, Locate materials, work on citation

Examine the sources you’ve selected and make a list of the details that will be important in your paper. Make a list of all the sources you check, even if you aren’t sure you’ll utilize them. When producing a bibliography, you’ll need the author’s name, title, publisher, URL, and other information. Citing or recording the sources you used in your study serves two purposes: it provides correct credit to the writers of the materials you utilized, and it helps others who read your work to reproduce your study and identify the sources you have mentioned as references. The MLA and APA styles are two widely used citation styles.

Week 4: Write your paper

Begin by putting the data you’ve gathered into a logical order. The rough draft is the next phase, in which you get your thoughts down on paper in an incomplete state. This phase will assist you in organizing your thoughts and determining the format of your final work. Following that, you will modify the document as many times as you believe is necessary before submitting it to your teacher as a finished result.

Week 5~10 : Publish your journal!

We guide to a submit paper to an academic peer-review journal. If your publication rejected, 1/3 of tuition will be refunded!

About

Center for Research & Publication (CRP) is run by research consultants, professionals in various area, editors and publication consultants.

Contacts

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