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Transcript of Netiquette
Purpose: Will it lead to a good quality discussion?
Split into 3 discussion groups
Trivial instructions (control)
Netiquette and didactic guidelines
No change in the quality of the discussion
The rules should be effective
They were well written and are reinforcing the importance of respect Email
Social Networking Sites What is bad netiquette? Bad netiquette would be directly violating the netiquette standards. Some of examples of bad netiquette are
•Using improper grammar
•Being too formal or informal
•Formatting emails incorrectly
•Etc. Student resources: Netiquette. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://distance.msugf.edu/Student Resources/Netiquette.html Who Developed it? Is it Effective? Forms of Netiquette Work Cited People in the early days on the internet needed certain agreed behaviors for things to work well, but netiquette will vary widely. What is netiquette? netiquette
The correct or acceptable way of communicating on the Internet. Netiquette is a widely accepted standard of behaviors when using the internet. Some examples of these standards are
•Appropriate or inappropriate use of smileys
According to the article “An Investigation of ‘agreement’ in the context of interprofessional discussion online”, the purpose of netiquette is to improve the quality of discussion online. Who enforces Netiquette? NO ONE IT"S UP TO YOU! Clouder, D., Goodman, S., Bluteau, P., Jackson, A., Davies, B., & Merriman, L. (2011). An investigation of ''agreement'' in the context of interprofessional discussion online: A ''netiquette'' of interprofessional learning?. Journal Of Interprofessional Care, 25(2), 112-118. doi:10.3109/13561820.2010.500445 Buelens, Herman; Totte`, Nicole; Deketelaere, Ann; Dierickx, Kris. "Electronic Dicussion Forums in Medical Ethics Education: The Impact of Didactic Guidelines and Netiquette." Academic Jounal. 41.7 711-717. 14 Jan. 2013. Rules Rule 1: Remember the human.
Rule 2: Adhere to same standards.
Rule 3: Know where you are online.
Rule 4: Respect others time and bandwidth.
Rule 5: Make yourself look good.
Rule 6: Show expert knowledge.
Rule 7: Keep flame wars under control.
Rule 8: Respect others privacy.
Rule 9: Don't abuse power.
Rule 10: Be forgiveful for other's mistakes.