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Netiquette        Christine Wells
What the heck is Etiquette?!  Etiquette: the proper way to behave in a given                     situation
Twitter etiquette
Privacy Your bio and pic for twitter shouldnt give private info. Post a photo of something that represents you instead of ...
Be friendly• Its not all about you• Retweet• Reply• Engage
Abbreviations• RT - retweet simply  sends the original  tweet• MT - modified tweet.  You can edit the  original tweet to a...
Hashtags #• A hashtag is added to a  tweet to make it easy for  people to follow a topic.  Our class hashtags are:• #wells...
Dont make a hash of itToo manyhashtags or textspeak makestweets hard toread
Be positive• Dont use twitter to  vent or complain all  the time - boring!• Under no  circumstance bully  others! This has...
Block unwanted followers Random people will follow you at times. You dont have to follow them and you can block them.
Be interestingThink about how yourtweet will make peoplefeel:•Will it make them laugh?•Will it intrigue them?•Will it surp...
Be helpful• Be helpful to your  community• Share information,  ideas and expertise• Respond to other  peoples questions
Follow me!For learning purposes, followonly those in our class. You donot have to follow everyonebut you will need to foll...
Blogging Etiquette
Consider your privacy1. Only post things that you would wanteveryone (in school, at home, in othercountries) to know.Ask y...
Think first3. Think before you post.Ask yourself: What couldbe the consequences ofthis post? Is anyoneharmed in any way by...
Consider your Audience4. Know you are communicating withpeople all over the world.Ask yourself: Who is going to look atthi...
Be positive6. Know how to give constructivefeedback.Ask yourself: What will I cause bywriting this comment? Is mycomment h...
Look smart8. Use appropriate language and proper grammar andspelling. note: style for blogging is more familiar,conversati...
Integrity is essential9. Only post information that you can verify is true (nogossiping).Ask yourself: Is this inappropria...
Basic Commenting Guidelines
Referenceshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1R3hhoSP0bS2xj1geENz@reachfurther twitter tips #1http://www.nea.org/home/3264...
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  1. 1. Netiquette Christine Wells
  2. 2. What the heck is Etiquette?! Etiquette: the proper way to behave in a given situation
  3. 3. Twitter etiquette
  4. 4. Privacy Your bio and pic for twitter shouldnt give private info. Post a photo of something that represents you instead of a photo for total privacy.
  5. 5. Be friendly• Its not all about you• Retweet• Reply• Engage
  6. 6. Abbreviations• RT - retweet simply sends the original tweet• MT - modified tweet. You can edit the original tweet to add your own perspective
  7. 7. Hashtags #• A hashtag is added to a tweet to make it easy for people to follow a topic. Our class hashtags are:• #wellsyr9• #wellsyr10
  8. 8. Dont make a hash of itToo manyhashtags or textspeak makestweets hard toread
  9. 9. Be positive• Dont use twitter to vent or complain all the time - boring!• Under no circumstance bully others! This has lead to suicide. Seriously.
  10. 10. Block unwanted followers Random people will follow you at times. You dont have to follow them and you can block them.
  11. 11. Be interestingThink about how yourtweet will make peoplefeel:•Will it make them laugh?•Will it intrigue them?•Will it surprise them?
  12. 12. Be helpful• Be helpful to your community• Share information, ideas and expertise• Respond to other peoples questions
  13. 13. Follow me!For learning purposes, followonly those in our class. You donot have to follow everyonebut you will need to followyour teacher.Make sure you have aseparate account for school.
  14. 14. Blogging Etiquette
  15. 15. Consider your privacy1. Only post things that you would wanteveryone (in school, at home, in othercountries) to know.Ask yourself: Is this something I wanteveryone to see? Is there anything in my postthat should be private?2. Do not share personal information.Ask yourself: Could someone find where I livebased on this information?
  16. 16. Think first3. Think before you post.Ask yourself: What couldbe the consequences ofthis post? Is anyoneharmed in any way by thispost?
  17. 17. Consider your Audience4. Know you are communicating withpeople all over the world.Ask yourself: Who is going to look atthis, and how will they interpret mywords.5. Consider your audience and thatyou’re representing Orewa College.Ask yourself: Do I have a goodreason/purpose to write this?
  18. 18. Be positive6. Know how to give constructivefeedback.Ask yourself: What will I cause bywriting this comment? Is mycomment helpful, or just criticism?7. Treat other people the way youwant to be treated.Ask yourself: Would I wantsomeone to say this to me?
  19. 19. Look smart8. Use appropriate language and proper grammar andspelling. note: style for blogging is more familiar,conversational, narrative, etc.; less formal than academicwriting, but you should still use good diction and grammar.Ask yourself: Would I want this post to be graded for grammarand spelling?
  20. 20. Integrity is essential9. Only post information that you can verify is true (nogossiping).Ask yourself: Is this inappropriate, immature or bullying?10. Anytime you use media from another source, properlycite the creator of the original work.Ask yourself: Who is the original creator of this work? Canmy reader tell who should get credit?
  21. 21. Basic Commenting Guidelines
  22. 22. Referenceshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1R3hhoSP0bS2xj1geENz@reachfurther twitter tips #1http://www.nea.org/home/32641.htm

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