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Studentnetiquette 11 19

  1. 1. By: Dominique Edwards
  2. 2.  Student netiquette are the policies and practices that make online experiences on discussion boards and in chat rooms more user friendly and allows for an environment that is different from the traditional classroom but still holds the same expectations as one.
  3. 3.  As you communicate online, remember, you are preparing yourself to be a career professional. Being professional at all times, is essential.
  4. 4.  Be considerate by not spamming the emails of your instructors and fellow classmates.
  5. 5.  Being respectful of your peers will give you better results. Everyone has their own opinion and is entitled to it.
  6. 6.  Being frustrated or upset prompts us to make foul remarks towards others. These type of remarks will not help in getting your point across. Take a moment to re- direct what you are going to say in a calm and professional manner so that problems do not persist.
  7. 7.  Humor and sarcasm are hard to identify via text communications. Try to refrain from using humor and any remarks that could be deemed as sarcastic.
  8. 8.  Harassment and other offensive behavior. The online learning environment is no place to harass, threaten, or embarrass others. Comments that can be viewed, as offensive, sexist, or racially motivated will not be tolerated. It is never appropriate to put anyone down because of his or her age, race, religion, color, sex, or sexual preference.
  9. 9.  Offensive material. Students should never post, transmit, promote, or distribute content that is racially, religiously, or ethnically offensive or is harmful, abusive, vulgar, sexually explicit, otherwise potentially offensive.
  10. 10.  Give credit where credit is due. Give copyrighted material it’s credit to the original author. Do not try to pass off someone else’s work as your own or any content that violates copyrighted material.
  11. 11.  When typing or texting in all capital leaders or bold headings it is considered to be yelling. Yelling isn’t tolerated in a traditional classroom so it shouldn’t be tolerated in online communications as well.
  12. 12.  Globe University Minnesota School of Business. GU/MSB Student Online “Netiquette”. http://students.msbcollege.edu/elearning/n etiquette/

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