Every Name - There is a Person:
the privacy of your classmates and what they share in
classmates for clarification if you find a discussion
posting offensive or difficult to understand.
sweeping generalizations. Back
up your stated opinions with facts and reliable sources.
that we may disagree and that exposure to other people’s
opinions is part of the learning experience.
- Be respectful of
each other. We’re all in this together. Before posting a comment, ask
whether you would be willing to make the same comment to a person’s face.
in mind that everything you write, indeed every click of your
mouse is recorded on the network server. On the Internet there are no
in mind that you are taking a college class. Something that
would be inappropriate in a traditional classroom is also inappropriate in
an online classroom.
aware that typing in all capital letters indicates shouting.
careful with humor and sarcasm. Both
can easily be misunderstood!
all discussion postings before posting your own to prevent redundancy
your writing for errors by reviewing what you’ve written before
(LOL, etc.) and emoticons
(smilies) are commonly used online, but be careful not to overuse them.
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