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This is a presentation conducted at the International School of St. Lucia for young professionals, teenagers and parents.

This is a presentation conducted at the International School of St. Lucia for young professionals, teenagers and parents.

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  • 1. TECHNO ETIQUETTE
    21st May, 2011
    By MarcellineChitolie
  • 2. CELL PHONES A BLESSING OR A CURSE
    TIPS FOR BECOMING A MORE COURTEOUS PHONE USER:
    Irritating ring tones.
    Cell Yell
    Short calls
    Not being aware of your surroundings
    Using the cell phone while working on a customer
    Inappropriate places for your cell phone to ring
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  • 3. CELL PHONES
    Use of offensive language
    On flights
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  • 4. CELL PHONES/TEXTING
    Texting Etiquette
    - Do not text someone while in the company of
    another.
    - Text messaging is informal.
    - Be aware of your tone when texting
    - Texting while driving is dangerous
    - Avoid slang
    - Texting can be traced
    - Do not dissolve a relationship using text messaging.
    - Be patient while waiting for a reply.
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  • 5. CELL PHONES/TEXTING
    Note: Please do not forward inappropriate pictures of yourself or anyone else. These can be posted anywhere and can be viewed as illegal in many states in the United States.
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  • 6. INTERNET - NETIQUETTE
    Never engage in hate mongering including posting negatives on all races, religion, ages, sexual orientation, cultures and genders.
    Sexually explicit sites are off limits for younger people, those in the workplace.
    Spending valuable work time on line is not appropriate.
    Avoid swearing, offensive language and harassment in chat rooms and email.
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  • 7. INTERNET - NETIQUETTE
    Do not send emails with all capitals.
    Refrain from humour and sarcasm, which can be misunderstood.
    Email is as permanent as a written document.
    Reread your messages before hitting send.
    Keep it short
    Do not forget the attachment.
    Double check the recipient; do not send a message to the wrong person.
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  • 8. INTERNET-NETIQUETTE
    Do not forward someone’s message without
    permission.
    Do not write when you are angry, this is called flaming.
    Check your email three times a day, and respond promptly.
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  • 9. SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES
    FACEBOOK
    Do’s
    • To be able to connect with friends and family
    • 10. Do join groups selectively.
    • 11. Do go on the offensive
    Don’ts
    - Don’t post the year you were born.
    - Don’t use FaceBook to dump your boyfriend or girlfriend
    - Do not post personal information on your profile page for all to see.
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  • 12. SOCIAL NETWORKING-FACEBOOK
    Don’t use FaceBook to bully, harass, spread rumours, challenge fights or otherwise incite violence.
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  • 13. SOCIAL NETWORKING - MYSPACE
    Do
    Be a nice MySpacer
    Keep in touch with your network
    Choose your top 8 with care
    Keep your content current and fun
    Don’t
    Three big no-nos on MySpace – Do not obscure the MySpace banner or feature your own banner. Do not spam.
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  • 14. SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES
    Posting every picture of yourself on FaceBook.
    Do not badmouth your current or previous employer.
    Don’t mention your job search if you are still employed.
    Don’t add every application that is on the site.
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  • 15. THE DARK SIDE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES
    Protecting yourself from Facebook Predators:
    While nothing is fail safe here are some tips that
    will keep you safer:
    • Make your profile private
    • 16. Set up a limited profile using the privacy settings on FaceBook.
    • 17. Keep as much personal information as possible off your profile page.
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  • 18. THE DARK SIDE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES
    Keep your personal statement limited.
    Never accept an invitation to a party or event on FaceBook.
    Don’t tag your pictures.
    Restrict your picture settings.
    Be selective in the applications that you add.
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  • 19. TEASING & BULLYING
    Common types of teasing and bullying
    - Flaming – Posting nasty messages about a person
    Online or images of the person.
    - Harrassment – Sending continous hurtful messages.
    - Impersonation
    - Outing
    - Gossip
    What to do
    - Protect your identity. Use complicated passwords
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