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Shelly Hickman

on 30 August 2015

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Transcript of Netiquette

adapted from "Netiquette" by Virginia Shea

The Core Rules of Netiquette
Remember the Human
When on the computer, it's easy to forget there's a real person on the other side. Before you post or email anything, ask yourself this: "Would I say this to the person's face?" If not, then rewrite and reread.
Follow the same standards of behavior online that you would in real life.
Be ethical and don't break the law.
Know Where You Are in Cyberspace
Netiquette is different in different places online.

When you enter a place in cyberspace that's new to you, spend awhile listening to the chat or reading the posts before pariticipating.
Following these simple guidelines will make your time online and the time of others more enjoyable.
Respect Other People's Time and Bandwidth
Don't post the same content multiple times in the same location, which results in the waste of time and bandwidth of other users.
Make Yourself
Look Good Online
Know what you're talking about and make sense.

Don't post flame-bait.

Don't use bad language.
Respect Other
People's Privacy
Accessing others' files or emails is not only bad Netiquette, but can get you in trouble.
Be Forgiving of Other People's Mistakes
When someone makes a mistake, be kind about it.
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