•Importance of Netiquette
•Types of Netiquette
network etiquette, the do's and don'ts of online
is a set of social conventions that facilitate
interaction over networks, ranging from usenet
and mailing lists to blogs and forum
Netiquette began before the 1991 start
of the World Wide Web.
Text-based email, Telnet, Usenet,
Gopher, Wais, and FTP from
educational and research bodies
dominated Internet traffic.
Atthat time, it was considered somewhat
indecent to make commercial public
postings, and the limitations of insecure,
text-only communications demanded that
the community have a common set of
Theterm "netiquette" has been in use
since at least 1983, as evidenced by
posts of the satirical "Dear Emily"
1. Remember the human
2. Adhere to the standards of behavior online
that you follow in real life
3. Know where you are in cyberspace
4. Respect other people’s time and
5. Make yourself look good online
6. Share expert knowledge
7. Help keep flame wars under controls
8. Respect other people’s privacy
9. Don’t abuse your power
10. Be forgiving of other people’s mistakes
IMPORTANCE OF NETTIQUETTE
DISCUSSION AND MANY OTHERS
You and your virtual buddies
Developing time-saving habits
Things never to post to a
• Requests for the FAQ.
• Answers to basic or stupid
What can you do to prevent that?
Don't stay logged in when you're not doing
anything. If possible, log in at off-peak hours.
Download only files you actually need.
If a file looks interesting but you're not entirely
sure what it is, download and read the
associated README file.
TYPES OF NETTIQUTTE
SENDING REPLYING CONFIDENTIALLY
USE WHITE SPACE
USE DESCRIPTIVE SUBJECT-LINES
BECAREFUL SENDING ATTACHMENTS
COPY THE MINIMUN NUMBER OF PEOPLE
INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADRESS
RESPECT THE NON-COMERCIALSPACE
NETTIQUETTE OF REPLYING
Replying and Forwarding
Summarizes for The Group
Check Currents Information Before
Reference Past Communications
NETTIQUETTE OF CONFIDENTIALLY
DON’T PUBLISH OTHER’S EMAIL
NEVER SEND WHAT YOU DON’T READ
NETTIQUETTE COMMON RULES