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Netiquette

Rules of netiquette for our online life.
by

Denise Krebs

on 19 March 2011

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Transcript of Netiquette

Netiquette the set of rules
one follows
when behaving properly online #4 Share your knowledge. It’s fun and makes the world a better place. You will have to contribute if you are going to be successful in the 21st century. #5 Respect other people’s privacy. Never harm anyone’s work, files, or reputation. #7 Be forgiving of other’s online mistakes. #8 Be protective of your digital footprint. Post only things you'd be proud of, no matter who sees it. Our Class Rules for Digital Citizenship #1 Respect others offline and online. Do to others, as you would have them do to you. #2 Don't be silly, wasting people's time. #3 Take advantage of your anonymity. You will be judged only by the content and quality of your writing. Do a great job in your writing—! #6 Give credit. When you use someone's work, properly cite it. Thanks to Virginia Shea
for inspiring my rules of Netiquette with her book by the same name published by Albion.com and available online at http://www.albion.com/netiquette/index.html
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