HomeSPU Research Journal on Global Educationvol. 1 no. 1 (2016)

Utilizing Integrated E-Learning Environment in Bachelor of Science in Accountacy (BSA) Program Toward Dynamic Instructional Delivery Framework at St. Paul University Philippines

Giged T. Battung



The world of work requires professionals to collaborate and integrate with people of different disciplines. Their abilities to connect themselves in with people and integrate their knowledge and skills to the work environment are necessary to succeed in the 21st century workplace. This paper presents how eLearning is utilized as a solution to adopt an integrated learning environment in the Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) Program of St. Paul University Philippines as basis for developing a framework for dynamic instructional delivery of the programs in the University. The case study method was used in the research. The findings of the study showed that the learning management system could be designed to develop a virtual learning classroom where interdisciplinary and integrative learning took place. There were two cases observed. First, the fourth year students in the Bachelor of Science in Accountancy program collaborated with Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration(BSBA) Major in Marketing where they complemented to develop the business plan for their respective research courses. Second, the BSA fifth year students integrated with the Bachelor of Science of Information Technology (BSIT) fourth year students in the development and audit of the BSIT’s capstone projects. The available tools of the Electronic Dynamic Instructional System (EDIS) such as forum, chat and wiki supported the integration process. Through observations, interviews and consultations made by the researchers with the respondents, a proposed framework for dynamic instructional delivery at SPUP was developed.