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  • 1. NetiquetteBy: Akira Simmons
  • 2. Basic Rules Of Netiquette Make it short and simple  Always cite you references whenever you can  Be careful with you emotion Be sure to make who you and how it’s showed are known  Research before asking Try your best to make a  Be universal good impression  Be patient with newcomers Don’t break any laws Treat others the way that you want to be treated Written word is hard to understand so let people know how you feel
  • 3. You Can’t Permanently Delete AnythingJust because you think thatyou’ve deleted somethingdoesn’t really meananything. When you deletesomething from yourcomputer you must knowthat it isn’t really deleted,there will always besomeone somewhere thatknows how to retrieve yourfiles. You have to be carefulwhat you do because stuffcan and will come back tohaunt you.
  • 4. Don’t Ever Cyber BullyCyber bullying is never cool you neverknow what can come of it. I know thatyou have probably heard this a lot butthe things you say can really hurtsomeone, to the point where they taketheir own lives. This isn’t it is theoldest saying “ Treat others the waythat you want to be treated” and youshould do this. This isn’t the only kindof bullying that people do this isn’t theone type that isn’t cool also you canbully someone in person which I thinkis kind of worse because thatsometimes gets physical. Treat peoplehow you want to be treated. In 2005 alone there were 32,367 suicides, for many different reasons.
  • 5. The 3 Types Of Netiquette  Of Confidentiality  Netiquette Of Sending  Netiquette Of Replying
  • 6. If you see this symbol -- Plagiarism © then that particular thing is copyrighted and youPlagiarism isn’t good it couldkeep you from succeeding. need to give credit where itPlagiarism is basically if you is due, youuse someone else’s work as if it need to cite the title, author,was your own. There are two and year it was created.types of plagiarism: word-for-word plagiarism andparaphrased plagiarism. Whenyou are doing research onsomething and you use acertain website you have tocite the references and the timethat it was made also. Thismakes sure that you are givingthe proper credit where it isdue.
  • 7. Why You Shouldn’t PlagiarizePlagiarism is veryserious it has manydifferentconsequences, after youplagiarize you couldget kicked out of yourschool, you could loseyour job, have to pay afine, or you can go tojail. This is very seriousso make sure that youdon’t plagiarize.
  • 8. Keep Personal Information ToIf someone trusts youYourselfwith they’re personalinformation youshouldn’t tell anyoneit. Not just someoneelse’s information butyour information too.For example if you arechatting with someonethen you shouldn’t giveanyone your phone # oryour address becausemany bad things canhappen and you justshouldn’t give anyoneyour information forany reason unless youknow them to thatextent.
  • 9. Excellent Job If you follow thesesimply rules then youshould be ok and youshouldn’t get into any trouble.
  • 10. Reference PageWorkplace: http://blog.vecci.org.au (2011)Cyber Bullying: http://aspanational.wordpress.com (2012)Crying Out For Life: http://sheehanmiles.com (2012)Copyright Law: http://topnews.in (2009)Rules n Regulations :(n.d)I Will Not Plagiarize: http://jayneturner.pbworks.com (2010)Good Job: http://ed101.bu.edu (n.d)