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Title: Online Community of Student Organizations
Authors: Carpio, Avegail D.
Dela Cruz, Maristela S.
Keywords: online community
student organization
Issue Date: Apr-2014
Abstract: In the University of the Philippines Manila (UPM), a student organization is de- fined as a group of at least fifteen students that share common goals and interests, meet regularly and work together to achieve their common goals and to form close relationships. They are classified into two: university-based and college-based. University-based student organizations are supervised by the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) Coordinator while college-based ones are supervised by the Office of Student Services (OSS) Coordinators. The Online Community of Student Or- ganizations (OCSO) provides tools that can help accredited student organizations in their organizational activities. In OCSO, each student organization is managed by administrators who are organization members assigned by either the OSA Co- ordinator (if university-based) or OSS Coordinator (if college-based). OCSO al- lows these student organization administrators to activate/deactivate organization members, create public and exclusive posts, polls, collaboration threads, activity planner and events where they can invite users. The OCSO also allows the OSA and OSS Coordinators to create announcements or posts related to students or student organizations and to review and approve first public posts made by student organizations before they will be displayed.
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