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Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren
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Digital Etiquette Presentation by Jessica Warren

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A brief overview of the rules and recommendations for digital etiquette. Presentation includes web links to a video.

A brief overview of the rules and recommendations for digital etiquette. Presentation includes web links to a video.

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  • 1. Digital Etiquette in the Professional Environment Presented by: Jessica Warren
  • 2. What’s wrong?  Can you spot the errors in the attached form? Employee Memo
  • 3. What is digital etiquette? Basic rules you should follow to make the digital world a better place for everyone. Digital etiquette is often referred to as Netiquette.
  • 4. Let’s watch a quick video about Netiquette. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dumMk6da-U
  • 5. Rules of Netiquette 1. Remember the human • Even though you are on a computer, remember that another human being is on the “other side.” • Show compassion and respect for that person just as you would if they were in front of you.
  • 6. Rules of Netiquette 2. Respect the privacy of others. Do not sign in to other people’s email or password protected accounts.
  • 7. Rules of Netiquette 3. Make yourself look good online. Do not allow bad grammar, punctuation or spelling to inhibit your online image. If you use ALL CAPS, the reader will get the impression that you are yelling at them. Do not flame anyone, and do not get caught up in the flaming wars of others.
  • 8. Rules of Netiquette 4. Use correct grammar and spelling. Correct spelling and grammar are especially important for educators. Do not use text talk (i.e. lol, rofl, txt, u, etc). Not only does it hurt the readers eyes to try to interpret it, but also takes away from your professional abilities.
  • 9. Rules of Netiquette 5. Always abide by the AUP and TOS. AUP – Acceptable Use Policy. All schools have an AUP, be sure that you are familiar with yours. TOS – Terms of Service. Understand that each website has its own TOS, make sure that you know what you are doing when you visit that site.
  • 10. Why is digital etiquette so important?  It is crucial for our students to gain understanding of the importance of digital etiquette.  The world is progressing towards technology and our students need to be able to keep up with the changes.  By demonstrating proper digital etiquette to our students, we are being their digital role models.
  • 11. How can I ensure that I am following netiquette rules?  Proof read your work.  Follow the same rules of conversation online as you would in person.  Be nice.
  • 12. Now you try it . . .  Complete the assessment
  • 13. How can digital etiquette be incorporated into the classroom?  Always make sure that you model appropriate digital etiquette to your students.  You should always demonstrate proper etiquette (digital and real life) to your coworkers.  Email correspondence  Professional email language  Class webpage  No spam sent to them  Blog posts  Memos, letters, or correspondence should be proof-read and reflect professionalism  Classroom social networking sites

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