Join us for the 3rd International Conference on Qualitative Research on April 24-26, 2018 at Olongapo, Philippines. Registration is still open until March 31, 2018.
There are many options to travel to Subic Bay. If you are flying, you have 2 options.
Option 1: Book your flight to Clark International Airport, which is the closest airport to Subic Bay. However, direct flights to Clark are limited in number. From there, you can take a taxi straight to Subic Bay (especially if you are a group), or you can take a jeepney that will take you to Dau and from there you take the bus to Subic Bay (much cheaper).
Option 2: fly to Manila International Airport. From there, take a short taxi ride to Victory Liner Bus Terminal in Pasay, which goes to Subic Bay (Olongapo).
For those coming from the CALABARZON area, simply go to Pasay or Cubao and get on the Victory Liner Bus.
For those coming from Cavite, find the terminal of the Saulog Bus as it has regular trips to Subic Bay from Cavite.
From the North, you know your way to Subic Bay. For those who are flying, it’s for your own advantage to book early for better fares.
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION & HOTEL INFORMATION
We continue to plan for the upcoming conference. Please do the following to plan.
1. Please register online by clicking here: https://goo.gl/TMR1Qd
2. Make sure to use the information at the bottom of the registration form to make your payment before the deadline.
It’s time for membership renewal for many of you (or to become an official member of AQRA for new ones).
To renew (or become an official member of AQRA),
(a) read the AQRA Membership Form carefully and then fill it,
(b) scan/take a picture of it,
At that point,
(d) make your payment,
(e) scan/take a picture of the deposit slip and
(f) send it to us using the same email address.
Once we receive that payment evidence, we will issue you your electronic membership certificate within 7 business days.
Research activities in AIIAS cover different fields of study such as business, education, public health, and theology. Research has traditionally focused more on quantitative methods, which means looking at and measuring variables, and analyzing trends. Qualitative research has yet to see more development especially in the Philippines.
Dear Prof. Gladstone (one of the AQRA mentors), AQRA is such an empowering learning experience. Last 2016 you were my mentor in my qualitative research about the prisoners who are studying in my university's extension school in Bilibid, Muntinlupa City.