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Proper behavior on the web

  1. 1. Proper BehaviorOn The Web:By: Haley Cockrell
  2. 2. Netiquette Rules: Make sure you check all your spelling. Don’t use all caps, it may look like your screaming. Some people may take things the wrong way. Telling the truth will make people believe what you say online. Sending emails at night can make you a questioned person. Normally people will be sleeping at night and they may start wondering what you are really doing. Please don’t respond to flames(heated messages). They may be mean insults but just ignore them. Always be yourself! Don’t do things you yourself wouldn’t do. It may cause problems for you in the future. If you shop at secure sites then all your information will be protected and safe. Whether its your address or phone number. Remember to be conservative. Keep your emails short! Who really wants to read long emails? Don’t you want to ignore your computer getting ruined? Well, if you ignore all spams then you wont get any unnecessary viruses. (network netiquette, n.d.)
  3. 3. Why do you need netiquette? Proper netiquette: We need it because we  People do judge sometimes so they may think different things. don’t want to look like we  Now for telling the truth. If you are fussing if we use all put complete truth in what you capital letters. That would be say then more people will believe you. Think of it this way, disrespectful. Even if we what if someone is looking don’t mean it to be like that information on something and they go to your website. They it would seem like it. want the truth not something What about spelling? Well do made up. you really want to misspell  (Network netiquette,n.d.) something and someone look at what you said and think you are uneducated?
  4. 4. Continued… Why would you want  Now for flames. to be yourself? Well, Back to if someone what if someone says something to you says something to online and you say you. Just ignore it! something horrific Its not worth saying back. What if you anything back. wouldn’t have ever said that in person? Then it’s not really  (network you. So just be yourself. netiquette, n.d.)
  5. 5. Plagiarism: Definition: When you take someone else’s ideas and make them you own. When you use someone else’s ideas and do not give credit to the owner or cite the information. (Plagiarismdotorg, 2012)
  6. 6. What do you mean? I don’tthink you can take someones ideas! Believe it or not, you  If you do plagiarize can! The United at school you can States law says you get failing grade can take someone’s and/or get ideas known as plagiarism. It is suspended or against the law to expelled in some plagiarize. It counts cases. as plagiarism if the information is not cited correctly or not  (Plagiarismdotorg, even cited at all! 2012)
  7. 7. How exactly can we avoid plagiarism? You can cite the information. Give credit to the person who did the work, not you. If you want to use the exact thing, put it in quotation marks and put the place you got it from and who came up with it. (The writing place, 2005)
  8. 8. What about copyrighting? What is Copyright? Copyrighting is when the governments give the right to the people who want to take credit of their own work. (Wikipedia, 2012)
  9. 9. Copyright: What else can you do when you copyright There are some myths something? about copyright. Well, you can legally sale  One myth is if there is no copies of your own work that is copyright notice then there’s copyrighted. no way it can be copyrighted. Examples of that are books. That is completely untrue. People copyright their books Since 1989 everything that is all the time and they sale made is copyrighted whether different copies of their books. there is a notice or not. As soon If you copyright and you did as you come up with it, its not ask for permission to use yours and only yours. Your work something of theirs then you is your work, no one else’s! can be sued.  (10 big myths about copyright (Wikipedia, 2012) explained, 2012)
  10. 10. References: Clip Project (n.d.).  Net Work Netiquette (n.d.). Plagiarismdotorg (2012) Open Parachute (n.d.) Answers (2012) The writing place (2005) Clip project(n.d.) Crossing Nineveh(n.d.)
  11. 11. More: Brooke’s crazy learning(2011) Freepik(2011) art_380380.htm Clker(n.d.) Fictionaddiction(n.d.) Freepik(2011) art_375651.htm Matthewyglesias(n.d.) online/?latest143=2
  12. 12. Only A few More: Free clip art (n.d.) Clker (n.d.) Netiquette (n.d.) Clker (n.d.) Wikipedia (2012) 10 big myths about copyright explained(2012) Clipart for free(n.d)
  13. 13. I’m serious this time: Clip Art Pal(2012) ucation/openbook1.html Clipart guide(n.d.) 8-0710-2914-4641.html
  14. 14. The End!!!!