Managing the Application of Activation of Learners’ Accounts of Microsoft O365 (MAALAM) in Taysan National High School


Authors : Maria Mercy L. Dimasacat

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 3 - March

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7780000

Abstract : This study aims to assess the implementation of Managing the Application of Activation of Learners’ Accounts Microsoft O365 (MAAAM) in Taysan National High School. The study employed descriptive quantitative research, using a researcher-made questionnaire as a data gathering instrument which 75 class advisers answered. The respondents strongly agree on the goals/objectives with a composite mean of 4.72, 4.80 in terms of learners’ account, and 4.77 in teachers’ competence. In terms of facilities, the respondents agree with a composite mean of 4.48. Through the use of Facebook messenger and SMS, the distribution of learners’ accounts speeds up. There is an increased number of activated accounts through the use of researcher-made flyers and the orientation made by the class advisers and ICT Coordinators. The top five problems that should address in the activation of learners’ Microsoft O365 Accounts are lacking mobile devices, financial constraints in buying load, unable to install the application of Microsoft Office, lack of basic ICT knowledge and skills, and the learners are not interested in activating their account. This indicates that the school shall operate the computer laboratories to allow learners to use the functional desktop, laptops, and educational tablets with stable internet connections in an organized manner. The final output is the proposed plan of activities to fully implement the activation of Microsoft O365 and provide Microsoft productivity tools that promote a culture of collaboration and communication and improve the performance of tasks of every learner.

Keywords : Microsoft O365, Activation, Learner Account

This study aims to assess the implementation of Managing the Application of Activation of Learners’ Accounts Microsoft O365 (MAAAM) in Taysan National High School. The study employed descriptive quantitative research, using a researcher-made questionnaire as a data gathering instrument which 75 class advisers answered. The respondents strongly agree on the goals/objectives with a composite mean of 4.72, 4.80 in terms of learners’ account, and 4.77 in teachers’ competence. In terms of facilities, the respondents agree with a composite mean of 4.48. Through the use of Facebook messenger and SMS, the distribution of learners’ accounts speeds up. There is an increased number of activated accounts through the use of researcher-made flyers and the orientation made by the class advisers and ICT Coordinators. The top five problems that should address in the activation of learners’ Microsoft O365 Accounts are lacking mobile devices, financial constraints in buying load, unable to install the application of Microsoft Office, lack of basic ICT knowledge and skills, and the learners are not interested in activating their account. This indicates that the school shall operate the computer laboratories to allow learners to use the functional desktop, laptops, and educational tablets with stable internet connections in an organized manner. The final output is the proposed plan of activities to fully implement the activation of Microsoft O365 and provide Microsoft productivity tools that promote a culture of collaboration and communication and improve the performance of tasks of every learner.

Keywords : Microsoft O365, Activation, Learner Account

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