CS113 Reading Unit 1 - Reading Unit 1[CS113 | Academic Strategies for the Business Professional The Do's and Don'ts of communicating online With

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Unit 1 [CS113 | Academic Strategies for the Business Professional ] 1 Reading The Do's and Don'ts of communicating online With friends and family, it is fun to use Internet slang such as smileys :) and abbreviations such as LOL (laughing out loud) but as professionals we need to consider that anything we write can be forwarded to anyone else. We have to be careful what we say and need to be more formal in our approach to school and career. Now that you are in an academic program, it is time to start practicing good writing. You do not have to be perfect, but you should strive to be a clear and professional communicator. Netiquette The word “netiquette” is a combination of two words: network and etiquette. There are no World Wide Web rules, and so the Internet can be a pretty hectic place, but Virginia Shea (known as the “network manners guru”!) wrote Core Rules of Netiquette for those of us communicating in cyberspace. http://www.albion.com/netiquette/corerules.html
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2010 for the course BUSINESS CS113 taught by Professor Howeller during the Spring '10 term at Kaplan University.

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CS113 Reading Unit 1 - Reading Unit 1[CS113 | Academic Strategies for the Business Professional The Do's and Don'ts of communicating online With

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