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Digital Etiquette


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Digital Etiquette

  1. 1. Digital Etiquette When To Be Polite On Your Internet
  2. 2. Short Skit <ul><li>Watch Please </li></ul><ul><li>This skit will depict a student writing a letter to their teacher asking for some extra time on a IT project. The student will enter the classroom, and remember he needs the time while he's at his computer. Instead of walking to the teacher, he writes him/her an e-mail about it. Also, the email is written like 'yo teecha-dawg, cud i plz get sum xtra tiem on mine asinmntzzZ?' This starts a huge problem, because maybe the teacher doesn't check their mail that often, or email isnt sent properly. Even if it did reach the teacher, the language was not apropriate for the situation. The teacher emails back a 'no', and the student cud even not check their mail in time to find out that they don't have the extra time. So the whole thing could go horribly wrong. </li></ul>
  3. 3. What Could Of Happened?
  4. 4. Hello Sir, How Are You? OMG HAIZZZ FTWBBQ!!! Be Formal When You Should Be
  5. 5. Use the computer when you should
  6. 6. So Remember…. <ul><li>BE FORMAL </li></ul><ul><li>USE THE COMPUTER WHEN IT IS APPROPRIATE </li></ul>