the way you would like to be treated.
— Remember, everyone is here to learn. Do your best to
contribute to a positive learning environment, the
experience will be much more rewarding.
Check your spelling, grammar, and punctuations.
— Remember, you are registered in a college course.
Avoid abbreviations and texting type language. Use
spell check to help proof your writing and re-read
everything before you post for errors.
Be clear and concise.
— Say what
you need to say in the most efficient manner possible.
Avoid using ALL CAPS and excessive
— People can perceive
this behavior as yelling and it can distract from what you
are trying to say.
Think before you
write. Your online words are permanent.
the first four rules of netiquette before posting.
Stay out of online arguments - some things
are better communicated in person.
— If you are unable to resolve an argument on your own, it is
a good idea to contact your instructor to request mediation
to prevent further escalation.
For additional information on Netiquette,
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