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Netiquette::

Netiquette: The Rules to Email and Communicating Online

What is Netiquette? :

What is Netiquette? Netiquette is the code of the internet because the internet is a network and etiquette is a code. It comes from network and etiquette.

The Basic Rule:

The Basic Rule The basic rule of netiquette is to use good manners.

Core Netiquette Rules:

Core Netiquette Rules Always spell check & proof read before sending or posting. Also, if you are emailing an employer or possible employer, you should avoid slang.

Core Netiquette Rules:

Core Netiquette Rules Do not use ALL CAPS, because online it looks like you are shouting.

Core Netiquette Rules:

Core Netiquette Rules 3. When social networking, be honest when adding information to your profile. Think about it: What are some problems that could occur if you had false information in a profile?

Core Netiquette Rules:

Core Netiquette Rules Do not do anything unlawful. IP addresses and ISP's are tracked. Let’s read this article about a fugitive who was caught by use of an IP address.

Core Netiquette Rules:

Core Netiquette Rules Do not flame (personally insult someone online). It gives you a bad reputation. Stay away from spam and pop-up advertising.

Core Netiquette Rules:

Core Netiquette Rules Don’t send too much email (the more you send the greater chance you have of sending a bad message.) Be liberal in what you receive (the more you receive the better informed you are because you are receiving more information.)

Core Netiquette Rules:

Core Netiquette Rules Do not send e-mail late at night because it may call your lifestyle into question. Think about it: What would it say to me as your teacher if you emailed me a question about your homework at 2 a.m.?

Core Netiquette Rules:

Core Netiquette Rules 9. When shopping online, only shop secure sites because they protect your information. What is a hacker? According to Merriam-Webster, a hacker is a person who illegally gains access to and sometimes tampers with information in a computer system

Secure websites encrypt data to prevent hackers from getting it. These websites have a lock icon. :

Secure websites encrypt data to prevent hackers from getting it. These websites have a lock icon.

Core Netiquette Rules:

Core Netiquette Rules 10. Anything on the internet can be found because everyone uses it. Keep social networking pages discreet so you do not help someone find stuff you do not want them to.

Creating a Safe Profile:

Creating a Safe Profile Use the privacy settings in your account to manage who can view your profile. Use a personal e-mail for your account. Use a nick name and do not put information about your profession (or other important information) in your profile.

PowerPoint Presentation:

Think about it: What other information would you NOT want to include on a social networking profile?

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Let’s read this article about how facebook can affect your likelihood of getting hired for a job. However, social networking can also help you find a job! This article explains why.

Practice:

Practice Search the internet for a summer job you would be interested in. Then, practice your netiquette by writing an email to the contact person for that job. You do not have to actually send the email (unless you want to). Then, send it to me at MrsBlythe@xyzschool.com .

Some things to consider: :

Some things to consider: What should you put in the subject line of this email? Remember, it’s to an “employer.” How should you “sell” yourself to the employer? Why are you interested in the job? How would the contact person get in contact with you if he/she was interested in interviewing you?

Email Rubric:

Email Rubric Here is what you’ll be graded on: The subject is appropriate and follows email netiquette. (2 points) The email greets the contact person in an appropriate and polite manner. (2 points) The person introduces him/herself in the body of the email and explains the purpose for emailing. (5 points)

Email Rubric (continued):

Email Rubric (continued) The person explains what would make him/her a good candidate for the job. (4 points) Overall, it is appropriate for a formal email and includes proper grammar and spelling. (5 points) Ends with a proper closing & contact info (2 points) Total: 20 points

References:

References http://www.networketiquette.net/index.html http://www.kokomoperspective.com/news/local_news/article_15a0a546-f574-11de-ab22-001cc4c03286.html http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hacker http://www.livedigitally.com/2008/11/23/how-to-use-social-media-to-get-hired/