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Netiquette

Netiquette in the classroom
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nicole Lorenzo

on 31 July 2013

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Transcript of Netiquette

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Where does it come from?
Who does it relate to?
How do you demonstrate it?
Netiquette In The Classroom
Why Netiquette is Important
Don’t be a Bully
Though you may feel frustrated by certain topics or situations, please refrain from using derogatory and/or threatening language. Expressing an insult or verbal abuse is often referred to as flaming. Flaming stems from strong opinions and typically doesn’t end very well. If you can’t agree, just agree to disagree.
What does Netiquette Mean?
Netiquette is the etiquette or conduct that is prescribed to be observed online or on the net. Simply put, it is a socially accepted code of the internet.

It is a set of moral and ethical standards to be demostrated by all people communicating on the web. It is to set a standard of respect and basic manners; treat other as you would like to be treated.
What is Netiquette?
Netiquette /neɛ́t-ə-kət/, Noun: 1. The social code of network communication. 2. The social and moral code of the internet based on the human condition and Golden Rule of Netiquette. 3. A philosophy of effective internet communication that utilizes common conventions and norms as a guide for rules and standards.
Presented By:
Tiffany Green
Nicole Lorenzo
The following presentation will dig into the concept of netiquette and how it applies to the communications between students and teachers.
Netiquette came from the need to provide a social code due to the increasing use of the internet.
Netiquette applies to all users who use text, audio, video, and graphics to communicate on the web.
As a user of the internet, you use the 10 Core Rules of Netiquette. These are the most agreed upon and followed guidelines.
Treat Others the Way You Would Like to Be Treated
This rule explains itself; it is always nice to address people in a friendly nature but professional nature. Being mindful of how you say what you say is a great tip, since things can easily be misinterpreted over the internet because there are no physical cues (like facial expression and tone of voice etc.) By being respectful and kind you are establishing a great first step in netiquette.
Student-teacher communication should always be in a professional manner
Honesty is the best Policy
It is always great to be honest. Don’t lie on profiles or use misleading information to make yourself look better or to bring other down. Dishonesty leads to lack of trust in site and information.

Don’t copy work that isn’t yours. There are many copyright laws that protect people from internet forgery and plagiarisms, so protect yourself by not copying

Remember Where You Are
Certain conversation may be perfectly acceptable on some sites but might not be on the next. Social sites are typically more casual and less formal, but if you are on a school or business oriented site, have digression with the topics you address.
Share your Knowledge
If you have expertise in a certain area of knowledge, share the wealth of your knowledge with others. Introduce or educated others by answering questions or addressing topics of confusion. It’s a friendly gesture and an overall nice thing to do for fellow internet users.
Respect Privacy
Just like you wouldn’t look through a person’s belongings in person, the same goes for the internet. Hacking emails and other personal information is not only unethical, but it can also be illegal in some instances.
Good Grammar
Spell checking and proof reading not only make you look better, but it helps others easily follow along with the information you are putting out.
Students should communicate with each other in a respectful manner.
References
http://www.albion.com/netiquette/corerules.html

http://www.networketiquette.net/

http://www.docstoc.com/video/100910484

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