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Blog etiquette for students

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A presentation to encourage students to blog responsibly.

A presentation to encourage students to blog responsibly.

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Blog etiquette for students Blog etiquette for students Presentation Transcript

  • Blog etiquette for studentsHow to keep yourself nice online!
  • Post on time! Post on topic!• Your blog should be a reflection of you as a student • An effective student keeps up to date and on task • Start a personal blog if you want to post on personal or other topics
  • Keep it simple!• A simple theme is a good start• You can make your next blog more complex
  • Acknowledge your sources ! • Link your posts to your sources • Reference your work• Use Creative Commons resources
  • It’s a social media!
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