E- learningHello class time to begin the tutorial on Netiquette--proper online etiquette Colleen Striegle Steward Reeves AET 545 Dr. Linda B. Justus Start November 19, 2012
Introduction• This tutorial will illustrate the criteria for netiquette behavior in business. • Define Netiquette • The use of • Emoticons • Abbreviations • Capitalizations • Application of terminology Next
In Business After reviewing this video— Netiquette Defined • Discussion Question #1 What is netiquette? Next
In BusinessProfessional E-mails• Should be case sensitive • You should never use all caps • All caps could be considered yelling• All words in professional e-mails should be spelled out • Do not use acronyms • This will avoid confusion• Professional e-mails should not have emoticons. • Take time to preview your e-mail • So that you do not sound mad or angry • So that you mean exactly what you say Next
In BusinessAfter reviewing this video—Janes E-mail• Discussion Question # 2: What is wrong with Jane’s professional e-mail? Next
Review of Business NetiquettePlease click on the quiz below and review how you did in this courseQuiz Next
Thank YouBusinessnetiquette (2012, March 4). Professional Netiquette Rules from TheSchool of Netiquette [Video file]. Retrieved from YouTube website:http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=GfinqFlSxiUChiles, D. (2012, February 16). The Two Definitions of Netiquette by DavidChiles [Video file]. Retrieved from YouTube website:http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp&NR=1&v=oZ3Z0RXYLwQManicturtle (2009, May 31). Cubing Out: Email Etiquette [Video file].Retrieved from YouTube website: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akJU83C34Hg&feature=player_detailpage Begin
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