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1 Some Basic Rules of Netiquette Q. What is Netiquette? A. This is a set of rules or guidelines for appropriate online behaviour. As ‘netizens’ (citizens of the internet), and participants in this course, we must remember always to use the internet in a productive, constructive, and socially responsible manner. Here are some basic rules of Netiquette that you should observe at all times. 1. Think before you post. Remember that how things sound in your head is not necessarily how they come out on paper or online. 2. Re-read your post before you ‘send’: ask yourself if that is what you meant to say? If not, rephrase. At the same time if you’re not sure what someone else meant, ask for clarification. Don’t assume. 3. Be aware of your internet ‘tone’. For example, don’t use capital letters, as it reads like you are ‘yelling’ or being aggressive. Sometimes emojis are helpful
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2 But not if they are rude, insulting or in questionable taste!
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  • Spring '08
  • HEDFIELD
  • History of the Internet, Capital letter, coursedirector

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