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Journal of Society and TechnologyThe Journal of Society and Technology (JST) is a peer-reviewed publication of original research papers in society and technology by the Naval State University. It also publishes review articles, scientific commentaries and book reviews.

Submission of manuscripts

Manuscripts should be written in English and typed double spaced on one side of A4 (29.7 cm x 21 cm) or short bond (28 cm x 21.6 cm) paper, with wide margins. All pages should be numbered consecutively on the top right corner, including those containing tables and figures. All manuscripts are reviewed by at least two referees prior to acceptance.

Submission of paper is understood to mean that it is original and unpublished and is not being considered for publication elsewhere. The JST and its publisher shall not be held responsible for any infringement related to publication of unoriginal and fraudulent articles submitted by the authors. Authors may send their papers through e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . More information about JST could be accessed through If submitting a hard copy, an electronic file (in CD) should also be provided. A copy of the manuscript should be sent to:


Naval State University welcomes OIC President
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Minerva E. SañosaAs the term of Dr. Edita S. Genson, the university’s first president who made such unparalleled achievements of the institution, to mention one, the conversion of Naval Institute of Technology to Naval State University, has finally reached conclusion. Naval State University now hails with great enthusiasm in welcoming Dr. Minerva E. Sañosa, the University’s VP for Academic Affairs, as the OIC President who is commissioned by CHED to continue the institution’s gargantuan operation at a moment where the Office of the University President is vacant since November 13, 2013. Dr. Sañosa will manage the university and act like a university president with powers subject to existing rules and regulation until such time a new university president will be selected which would probably come to take place on summer or on June of 2014. Dr. Sañosa was formerly the Dean of the CIICT and CoEd, and was appointed as the VP for Academic Affairs last June 2013.

International Seminar on Transnational Educational Services
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The NSU Main Campus, in coordination with Dr. Joy C. Villapando, Dir. William “Bill” Webster, International Executive Director of Bolton University, TES UK President David Boyes, and Prof. Ken Cox, was conducting a two-day seminar-workshop on teaching strategies and instructional delivery in English dubbed as International Seminar on Transnational Educational Services last August 24-25, 2013. This two-day series of lectures andTES1 workshop were designed to provide the teaching staff, together with the graduate school students the opportunities to share good practice and explore a range of active learning methods and strategies to improve their instructional delivery in English. The participants of the seminar should take part in a range of interactive, reflective tasks, activities and identify instructional methods directly relevant to their own students. They are expected to be in a better position to help their students “step up" their participation in class and also develop more confidence speaking and writing in English. A parallel seminar-workshop will also be conducted the 3rd year and 4th year students of the different colleges in the succeeding week.

Festival of Festivals highlights first Charter Day Celebration
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Festival of FestivalsThe gala of festivals performed by the six colleges, including the NSU-Biliran Campus highlighted the 1st University charter celebration of Naval State University (NSU) as

NSU hailed champ; 2nd SMITE Convention held
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Robotics ChampFor the second time, Naval State University once again clutched the first place for the Line Follower Mobot Competition during the Robotics and Web Programming Festival 2013 held at Robinson’s Activity area, Tacloban City, Leyte last September 11. Bon Andrei Joseph Carson, a BS Computer Engineering student of NSU represented the University for the said competition against other contestants from other universities in the region.

The said competition is one of the competitions hosted by the Society of Mechatronics and IT Enthusiasts, Inc. (SMITE) aiming to promote the fields of Robotics, Computer Programming and generally Information Communication Technology (ICT) among students and at the same time encouraging them to engage technology and intellectual activities.Web 2nd Placer

Other competitions held were Web Programming Contest held at Leyte Normal University where NSU grabbed the 2nd place represented by 3 senior Computer Science students namely, Fernando E. Quiroz Jr., Catherine S. Funesto and Mark Devin S. Denosta. Further, an ICT Roadshow also transpired during the event held at Tacloban City Convention Center last September 12-13 attended by ICT and Engineering students in the region and some invited resource speakers which concluded the 3-day event.

RDO Spearheads Research Seminar and Proposal Hearing: 4 Projects, 59 Studies Potential for Funding
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Dr. Ludito V. Ramirez

A total of four (4) research projects and 59 studies were considered potential for institutional funding for SY 2013-14. This ensued after the Research and Development Office (RDO) of the Naval State University (NSU) conducted a Research Seminar-Writeshop and Proposal Hearing on August 2-3 and 5-6 at the NSU-Main Campus and NSU-Biliran Campus, respectively. The faculty members from the main campus generated two (2) research projects and 38 studies, while Biliran campus faculty members presented two (2) research projects and 21 studies.

The activity was participated in by about 200 faculty members, 40 graduate students, and 150 undergraduate studentsMr. Ulderico B. Alviola from the main campus, and 30 faculty members from the Biliran campus.

Aimed at updating the faculty members on the current issues in research and development (R&D), R&D operations at NSU, and writing research concept papers, the activity also included a seminar on Qualitative Research Approaches. Mr. Ulderico B. Alviola, a straight PhD student in Development Communication at UP Los Banos and DAAD-SEARCA scholar served as the resource person during the seminar.

NSU Welcomes Three International Visitors
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NSU, in coordination with Prof. Joy Villapando, the University Consultant for International Linkages welcomes three prodigious international visitors, Dir. William “Bill” Webster, International Executive Director of Bolton University, TES UK President David Boyes, and Prof. Ken Cox. The visit’s noteworthy key intentions were to enhance collaborative partnership of selective programs, add prestige to international linkages, present the programs to diverse students and faculty spectators, and motivate Asian students to enroll to international foundation programs. The visitors are expected to stay in the island for a couple of days and foster ways for NSU’s global initiatives.

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