Netiquette Rules

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Netiquette Rules:

Netiquette Rules Mrs. Ross

Definition and History of Netiquette:

Definition and History of Netiquette Netiquette= etiquette for the internet As the internet made its way into academic settings and the business world, educators and professionals began to develop basic rules for behavior in online settings .

Are emoticons and acronyms appropriate for students to use with their teacher in an academic setting?:

Are emoticons and acronyms appropriate for students to use with their teacher in an academic setting? Emoticons can be used sparingly in this class and only in certain settings: specifically texts, chats and Twitter.  Students--or instructors--are not obligated to use them but may when we use these tools. For email, discussion boards and other writing assignments students should not use emoticons.

Will you allow invented spellings, or will you expect students to always use correct grammar and punctuation whenever they are communicating in an academic environment?:

Will you allow invented spellings, or will you expect students to always use correct grammar and punctuation whenever they are communicating in an academic environment? Students in this class should learn correct grammar and punctuation for the future world they are entering. We want all students prepared for standardized tests and to enter college. If students don’t become familiar with this type of writing, then it can hurt them in their future endeavors. Students who’ve proven an understanding of basic grammar may use invented spellings and break the rules for a reason or with instructor approval.

Should the expectations be different for discussion boards, email or chat? In what ways can they differ and to what extent?:

Should the expectations be different for discussion boards, email or chat? In what ways can they differ and to what extent? Unless specified by the instructor (for a particular objective), students should practice academic writing and grammar in their online interactions. We believe that students should practice becoming academic contributors online. For certain assignments-- e.g chats, texts or tweets, conventions of writing will not count as much as content, but students should strive to develop good habits.

Netiquette Expectation Levels:

Netiquette Expectation Levels Topics 1 2 3 4 5 Emoticons & Acronyms Uses all emoticons and acronyms Uses emoticons and/or acronyms often Uses emoticons and/or acronyms 3-5 times Uses rare emoticons and/or acronyms (1-2) Uses NO emoticons and/or acronyms Spelling Completely uses invented spelling. Students misspells common words Student invents words often, but not always Students makes spellings mistakes and inventions of words occasionally Student has few mistakes Spelling is entirely correct Grammar and Punctuation Almost always uses improper grammar and punctuation Often uses improper grammar and punctuation Occasionally uses improper grammar and punctuation Almost never uses improper grammar and punctuation Grammar and punctuation is entirely correct Proper Internet Language Often speaks of emotions and does not express appropriate internet etiquette Often uses inappropriate internet languages. Expresses personal opinions often in a unapproachable manner Occasionally uses complete proper internet language. Expresses opinions occasionally in an open and approachable manner Almost always uses complete proper internet language. Expresses opinions almost always in an open and approachable manner Uses complete proper internet language. Expresses opinions in an open and approachable manner Copyright Laws Complete disregard for internet copyright laws Often breaks copyright laws Occasionally follows copyright laws Follows most copyright laws Follows all copyright laws

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Online Discussions/Forums:  5 Netiquette Expectation Level Emails to Teachers: 4-5 Netiquette Level Live Chats: 4-5 Netiquette Level Written Responses: 5 Netiquette Level *Teacher has the right to change expectation levels--either up or down--for any assignment.

Basic Netiquette Rules that ALWAYS Apply::

Basic Netiquette Rules that ALWAYS Apply: Be courteous and kind Be brief and to the point Follow all copyright laws Avoid sending junk and/or spam mail to other, keeping in mind to only forward material with permission Avoid sending personal and private information

Expectation:

Expectation I, ________________________ (name of student), agree to follow all netiquette rules set forth by this document and as reviewed in class by my teacher.

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