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Brief review on email features for Introduction to Technology class.

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Email

  1. 1. Email:Electronic Communication<br />
  2. 2. Email Providers<br />So many choices!<br />Online vs. Desktop<br />Free vs. Pay<br />
  3. 3. Email Address Format<br />dc.hess@gmail.com<br />name<br />@<br />domain.com<br />dhess@leadps.org<br />dc.hess@mrhess.org<br />
  4. 4. Composing Emails<br />recipient addresses<br />carbon copy<br />Re: Subject Lines are Important<br />Enter your body text here.<br />
  5. 5. Attaching Files<br />4 Easy Steps<br />1.<br />Click the paperclip<br />Select the file to be attached<br />Wait to upload<br />Click send<br />2.<br />3.<br />4.<br />
  6. 6. Email Dangers<br />SPAM: junk email, advertisement, etc. <br />PHISING: identity theft scam via email<br />VIRUSES: spread by attachments<br />WARNING: <br />NEVER OPEN EMAIL ATTACHMENTS FROM PEOPLE YOU DON’T KNOW!<br />
  7. 7. Organizing Email<br /><ul><li>Archiving
  8. 8. Labels
  9. 9. Filters
  10. 10. Searching
  11. 11. Forwarding</li></li></ul><li>Sending Emails<br />;<br />Use semicolons to separate email addresses in the To: field. <br />Create contact groups to send emails to many addresses easily<br />
  12. 12. Email Etiquette<br />What to consider when writing an email:<br />Privacy<br />To: vs. Cc: vs. Bcc:<br />SPAM and Fw:<br />Readability<br />Subject Lines<br />Brevity<br />CAPITALIZATION<br />Misunderstandings<br />Accountability<br />Public Record<br />Signature<br />≠<br />
  13. 13. Email vs. Texting<br />75% of teens own cell phones<br />1/3 of teens text more than 100 times a day<br />Texting is the most common way kids communicate w/ each other<br />

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