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Netiquette Basics. By Gena Montgomery. Overview. Netiquette refers to the right way to interact with other people through computers. After this slide show, you will be able to : Explain an emotional barrier Use proper netiquette for business and personal e-mail.

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by gena montgomery

Netiquette Basics

By Gena Montgomery

overview
Overview

Netiquette refers to the right way to interact with other people through computers.

  • After this slide show, you will be able to:
    • Explain an emotional barrier
    • Use proper netiquette for business and personal e-mail
emotional barriers in reading
Emotional Barriers in Reading
  • An emotional barrier is anything that prevents clear communication in e-mail.
    • Text only
    • Lack of cues like tone of voice and facial expressions
  • If you react strongly to an e-mail:
    • Assume the writer had good intentions.
    • Use the phone or meet in person to clarify the message.
emotional barriers in writing
Emotional Barriers in Writing
  • To make sure your e-mail is clear, think 3 times.
    • Before writing
    • After writing
    • Before sending
sending personal e mail
Sending Personal E-mail
  • Use specific subject lines.
  • Think about using smilies and Internet shorthand.
  • Ask, “What would I say if we were face-to-face?”

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sending business e mail
Sending Business E-mail
  • Create clear subject lines.
  • Identify yourself.
  • Follow the rules of grammar and usage.
  • Use spell check.
replying to e mail
Replying to E-mail
  • Respond within 24 hours.
  • Avoid e-hoaxes and chain letters.
  • Don’t forward or copy another’s e-mail without permission.
summary
Summary

Remember . . . another human being is at the other end of your message.

assignment
Assignment

Compose an e-mail to me that contains the following:

Paragraph 1: Why you are sending the message

Paragraph 2: What you have learned from the Internet unit (EduLaunch and Internet Safety)

Paragraph 3: What message or messages from this unit you think other teens need to hear

  • A proper greeting
  • Appropriate subject
  • Reason for e-mailing
  • Correct grammar
  • A proper closing
  • Signature
references
References

E-mail Netiquette. (2006). Retrieved September 23, 2006, from Yale University Library Web site: http://library.yale.edu/training/netiquette/

Shea, V. (2000). Netiquette Basics. Netiquette (pp. 32-88). San Francisco: Albion Books. Retrieved September 23, 2006, from http://www.alvion.com/netiquette/book.html

Stewart, B. (2005). Common Sense Netiquette Rules. Retrieved September 23, 2006, from West Page Publishing Web site: http://www.westpagepublishing.com/netiquetteRules.htm

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