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This presentation is for the Aspects to consider section of the Time4 Online conference. This presentation briefly discusses netiquette definition and some netiquette tips. Compiled by Sarah …

This presentation is for the Aspects to consider section of the Time4 Online conference. This presentation briefly discusses netiquette definition and some netiquette tips. Compiled by Sarah O'Sullivan, CORE Education.

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  • 1. And don’t you forget…. netiquette
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    • What is netiquette?
    • Netiquette (“network etiquette”) is a term for the conventions of politeness and respect recognised on forums or message boards, in mailing lists, in live chat systems. These conventions address the relationship between personal behavior and group phenomena, and outline a dynamic set of guidelines for conduct that is conducive to pleasant, efficient and agreeable interaction.
    • Adapted definition sourced and more information available from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netiquette
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    • Another definition
    • “… "etiquette" means "the forms required by good breeding or prescribed by authority to be required in social or official life." In other words, Netiquette is a set of rules for behaving properly online.” Sourced from: http://www.albion.com/netiquette/corerules.html Virginia Shea
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    • Some key tips are:
    • Be polite and courteous.
    • Don’t use all capitals - THIS IS SHOUTING
    • Don’t dominate discussions.
    • Be forgiving of other people’s mistakes
    • Respond to people’s emails or postings as soon as you can - try not to keep them waiting.
    • Find out more information from: http://www.albion.com/netiquette/corerules.html
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    • Participation
    • Here are some ways you can participate on www.time4online.org. nz after viewing this presentation and looking at the recommended links:
    • Forum - Ask questions, make a comment, or share with others your thoughts about netiquette.
    • Netiquette noticeboard - if you have any netiquette pet hates or tips you would like to share with others, please add them to the noticeboard.
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