THE ESSENTIAL RULES OF NETIQUETTE

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THE ESSENTIAL RULES OF NETIQUETTE:

THE ESSENTIAL RULES OF NETIQUETTE from the books: Netiquette by Virginia Shea and PRINCIPLES of NETYIQUETTEE BY David Paul Chiles 1 Halina Ostankowicz- Bazan

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What is netiquette? The word netiquette is a combination of ’net’ (from internet) and ’etiquette’. It means respecting other users’ views and displaying common courtesy when posting your views to online discussion groups. 2

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The golden rule your parents and your kindergarten teacher taught you was pretty simple: Do unto others as you'd have others do unto you. Imagine how you'd feel if you were in the other person's shoes. Stand up for yourself, but try not to hurt people's feelings. In cyberspace, we state this in an even more basic manner: Remember the human. 5 Rule 1: Remember the human

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Rule 2: Adhere to the same standards of behaviour online that you follow in real life Be ethical Breaking the law is bad Netiquette Perhaps because people sometimes forget that there's a human being on the other side of the computer, some people think that a lower standard of ethics or personal behaviour is acceptable in cyberspace. 6

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7 Don't expect other people to do your homework for you. If you're looking for technical help, for example, don't ask questions you could easily answer yourself by reading the manual or online help provided with the product. When you do ask for help, include details of what attempts you've made to solve the problem. It will save time and also show people that you are making an effort to help yourself.

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8 Refrain from personal abuse. You may express robust disagreement with what someone says, but don't call them names or threaten them with personal violence. Don't spam. That is, don't repeatedly post the same advertisement for products or services. Most sites have strict and specific rules about who is allowed to post ads and what kind of ads they are. Write clearly and succinctly. On a site that has many non-native English speakers, avoid using slang they may not understand. Remember that your posts are public. They can be read by your partner, your children, your parents, or your employer. Stay on-topic, especially when you're new. Don't post about football in a hair-care forum or about hair care in a gardening forum !

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Principles of Netiquette by David Paul Chiles November 27, 2013   The principle actions of appropriate internet etiquette, Netiquette are explained.  There are clear explanations of Netiquettes: the internet, social media, mobile, online education, safety, e-commerce, email, and video. The definitions, strategies for engagement, and app category explanations are particularly useful. It walks you through fundamental internet technologies;  Shows you how to be successful in social media;  Explains Apps: Utility, Productivity, Social Networking, and Entertainment & Games;  Provides the information you need to be successful in online education;  10

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11 Almost every site has a page for newcomers that describes its rules of good behaviour. Usually this page will appear as the terms and conditions you must agree to when you open your account. However, sites may have additional information. You should read all of it. Check to see if the site has a FAQ (frequently asked questions) section. FAQs typically include questions that have been asked and answered hundreds of times. If you have any queries about site protocol, you will most likely discover the dos and don’ts here. Finally , it's always wise to see what the discussion group have been talking about for a week or two before you begin to post your messages. Online, as in real life, it can take a long time to get past a bad first impression. Helpful hints

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13 Do not post copyrighted material to which you do not own the rights. Sites vary in how strict they are about this, but as well as facing the possibility of legal action by the rights holder, you may also get the site sued. Last but not least , I would like to draw attention to…………

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14 Thank you for your attention, good luck online. Halina Ostankowicz- Bazan

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