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Dennis OConnor

Beyond Emily: Post-ing Etiquette | Edutopia - 0 views

  • Some educators are leading the way to school-based netiquette education with guidelines advising students on what to do, and what to avoid, in online communication. We've put together excerpts from some sample guidelines.
    Some educators are leading the way to school-based netiquette education with guidelines advising students on what to do, and what to avoid, in online communication. We've put together excerpts from some sample guidelines.
Dennis OConnor Online Manners Matter | Edutopia - 0 views

  • But there's no one out in cyberspace to make sure they wash behind their digital ears and refuse cookies from online strangers. Given this potentially dangerous void, schools will increasingly extend their supervisory reach, giving lessons at every grade level on netiquette -- call it Online Manners and Ethics 101.
    Understanding how to interact online safely and effectively is, and will be, ever more critical. As today's students grow older, they'll be using the Internet to apply to colleges and jobs, and to communicate and network with colleagues. Yet our children, however much they seem to have been born with iPods growing out of their ears, haven't learned to handle digital communications by osmosis, any more than they innately knew how to write a résumé or hold a fork.
Martin Burrett

School Email: 9 Top Tips for Teachers & Students by @musictheoryguy - 0 views

    "Staff and students are expected to be fully conversant with school email. Not only do users need to check their email regularly enough so that they don't miss important announcements but they also have to understand and apply the complex landscape of netiquette, respond to emails quickly (and politely) and action any instructions that they receive. Being on top of your email inbox has never been so important in schools. So why, whenever I help a member of staff or a student, do they have an email account that is bursting at the seams with often more than 1000 emails in their inbox? It seems that how email is managed in schools is, well, often not managed well."
Debbie Nichols

The Newbie Guide to Google Search | Educational Technology Tips - 0 views

    I was surprised. I learned things from this article. It can be projected in class to teach students also.
Roland Gesthuizen

RT, MT, HT, via: Giving credit on Twitter | Social Media Certificate - 0 views

    Moreso than other social media, Twitter embraces an ethic of sharing credit. In fact, the more you recognize the work of others, the more you are engaging with the Twitterverse. It began with the simple RT, or retweet. If you liked what someone wrote or posted, you'd copy the tweet in its entirety, add RT along with his or her @name at the beginning, and post to your followers.
Michele Brown

BrainPOP | Digital Etiquette - 0 views

    Great site for learning K-12.  Including good information on digital citizenship, cyberbullying, etc.
Steve Ransom

That's Not Cool - 5 views

    This is a really well done site that addresses text harassment and use of technology in violent/controlling relationships. An incredibly excellent approach recommended by Nancy Willard
    Great site full of activities and media to promote/spark discussion.
Steve Ransom

Sarcasm Gets Its Own Emoticon - 25 views

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Lisa Thumann

50 Crucial Rules - Social Media Etiquette for Students | : Social Medi... - 44 views

    When you first got to college, social media was probably about sending party invites, posting pictures of your new friends, complaining about tests, meeting
Dennis OConnor

Discussion Board Etiquette - 25 views

  • The Discussion Board is a vital part of communication in online learning. If all participants agree to follow a few principles of civility and professionalism, the discussion board can be a great opportunity to express opinions, share ideas, and receive feedback from peers who are engaged in the same learning objectives.
    Excellent resource from UW-Stout Online
Martin Burrett

eEtiquette - 101 Guidelines for the Digital World - 58 views

    These are great - post one every day in your classroom.
    Watch your Ps and Qs (and all the other letters on your QWERTY keyboard) with this site dedicated to proper web etiquette. Keep your inner Troll in it's box (or should that be cave?) and help make the internet the happy shiny utopia you know it never will be.
Jeff Wells

Nine Elements - 4 views

  • Users need to understand that stealing or causing damage to other people’s work, identity, or property online is a crime.
  • Hacking into others information, downloading illegal music, plagiarizing, creating destructive worms, viruses or creating Trojan Horses, sending spam, or stealing anyone’s identify or property is unethical.
  • Digital citizens have the right to privacy, free speech, etc.
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  • Digital Health & Wellness:
  • Eye safety, repetitive stress syndrome, and sound ergonomic practices
  • psychological issues that are becoming more prevalent such as Internet addiction. 
  •   Digital Commerce:   electronic buying and selling of goods. Technology users need to understand that a large share of market economy is being done electronically. Legitimate and legal exchanges are occurring, but the buyer or seller need to be aware of the issues associated with it. The mainstream availability of Internet purchases of toys, clothing, cars, food, etc. has become commonplace to many users. At the same time, an equal amount of goods and services which are in conflict with the laws or morals of some countries are surfacing (which might include activities such as illegal downloading, pornography, and gambling). Users need to learn about how to be effective consumers in a new digital economy. 
    The handout from this morning's session with Troup
Jorge Gonçalves

Internet Etiquette in Online Learning - 37 views

    Technology is changing the way we communicate, as well as the way we learn. The Internet has made online learning almost instant: students can interact with each other through e-mail, online chat, and other communication software. For both students and teachers, it is important to set rules for how
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