E-PORTFOLIO FOR TERTIARY LEVEL FACULTY MEMBERS OF ST. PAUL UNIVERSITY PHILIPPINES

  • Managing Director AAICR
  • RUCELJ D. PUGEDA, MIT
Keywords: e-Portfolio, faculty portfolio, employee portfolio

Abstract

Using the descriptive research method, it aimed to develop an
E-Portfolio for the 145 tertiary level faculty members including the Director
of Human Resource of St. Paul University Philippines. The study also made
use of systems development to complete the proposed system including
the succeeding steps to carry-out after its initial implementation. The data
were gathered through the use of survey questionnaire and interview to
obtain the assessment of the participants regarding the existing portfolio
management and the proposed e-portfolio. With the use of frequency
and percentage and weighted mean, the study ascertained that the
assessment of the participants in the transactions and processes of the
current system is considered “poor,” while that of the Proposed E-Portfolio
is assessed “very satisfactory.” The findings implied that the proposed
system could make the transactions and processes more convenient and
easier regarding monitoring and update of employees’ Portfolios. The
result of the assessment of the efficiency of the proposed system also
revealed that the system is “Highly Effective.” Findings revealed that the
participants consider the e-Portfolio to be at high degree of effectiveness
in the functionality, reliability, usability, maintainability and portability.
Therefore, the proposed e-Portfolio, compared with the current system,
is more efficient, more functional and more reliable because it can better
manage and facilitate the Portfolios of the employees of St. Paul University
Philippines.

Published
2020-02-22