iVacTrack: A Web- based Scheduling System for Covid-19 Vaccination Sites with Patient Tracking Through Geo mapping

Authors: Wilbert Webb R. Cortez, Paolo M. Noblado, Martee Piolo C. Sanguer, Arlene R. Caballero, and Erlito M. Albina Issue: 2023 Abstract: The research paper presents a web-based scheduling system called iVacTrack for COVID-19 vaccination sites. The system aims to efficiently schedule patient appointments for their 1st and 2nd vaccine…

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Perceiving of the Familiarity and Awareness towards Filipino Animated Content during the Covid-19 Pandemic: The Case of LPU AB-MMA Students

Authors: Abdo, Mouien, Erfe, Althea Louriz, and Maaño, Sophia Denice Year: 2021 Abstract: The researchers are taking a course in AB MMA at the College of Arts and Sciences at the 4th-year level and this study was conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout this study, the respondents are AB MMA…

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Freedom Through Art: How Painting Helped College Students Communicate Their Emotions

Authors: Bonicafio, Rikki Lou D., Fremista, Raphael Ian M., Furukawa, Yuuma A., and Rojo, Joanna Juvyjoy A. Year: 2018 Abstract: The present study investigated and observed the effects of art on people’s emotions through traditional painting. The problems that the current COVID-19 pandemic caused are the main problems being tackled…

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Online Smart-Shaming: A Phenomenological Study of CAS College Students in Lyceum of the Philippines University – Manila

Authors: Macam, Nica Mae L., Relucio, Angelo G., Reyes, Julce Marie Anne M., and Sta Cruz, Ellaine A. Year: 2021 Abstract: To determine the occurrence of Smart shaming within social media and the factors that can shape this phenomenon. This study also answers the effects of Smart shaming to the…

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The Extent of the Impact of LGBTQIA+ Representation on Perceptions of LPU-Manila CAS Students

Authors: Corro, Shadrach S., Gaspi, Maryzusie, and Navarro, Mikhaella B. Year: 2020 Abstract: The issues of acceptance of the LGBTQIA+ community in the Filipino society still remain as evidenced by the long history of misrepresentation in mainstream media and continued discrimination they face. The study aims to determine the extent…

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