NRCP Teams Up with C&E Adaptive Learning Solution's Philippine E-Journals


In a bid to efficiently harness research-based publications and knowledge products, the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP) entered into a Memorandum of Agreement with C&E  Adaptive Learning Solution’s Philippine E-Journals on July 14, 2023.

Aligned with NRCP’s mission to advance scientific and technological culture across society through the creation of pertinent research materials, C&E Publishing Inc. is equally committed to enhancing learning experiences through digital platforms, robotics tools, and Makerspace learning hubs.

This shared purpose catalyzed the partnership between NRCP and C&E Publishing Inc.

Highlighting the significance of this collaboration, Mr. John Emyl G. Eugenio, Chief Operations Officer, emphasized its potential to amplify the visibility and global recognition of local researchers and their contributions. Furthermore, through the partnership, the NRCP Research Journal will be able to broaden its reach and increase the visibility of research outputs.

Despite NRCP’s existing NRCP e-Journal and Library Management System under Scientific Knowledge Management System, the organization acknowledges the value of joining forces with a reputable provider of educational resources and references.

In addition to the distribution of journal articles, Dr. Bernardo N. Sepeda, NRCP Executive Director, and Mr. Joselito Carteciano, Chief of the Research Information Dissemination Division, generously shared the Council’s promotional endeavors with academic institutions, communities, and policymakers.

Dr. Leslie Michelle M. Dalmacio, NRCP President, noted that the recent Launch of the Siargao Science Workbook and Game Application was just one facet of the broader initiative to nurture a nationwide scientific culture.

In response, Ms. Mary Anne Eugenio, Senior Vice President of the Product Division, shared their plans to request book donations and educational software products to NRCP.

Meanwhile, the Council has an ongoing project titled, Access to Repository and Archival Materials (ARAM) project, which aims to provide online and offline educational resources to NRCP clients, researchers, students, policymakers, CEST communities, DepEd, and other government agencies, ensuring widespread accessibility.