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Etiquette in online teaching and learning facilitates interactions and is conducive to effective achievement of learning outcomes. You will find useful information and guidelines on relevant netiquette in the following webpages / portals:
Name:The ABCs of online school etiquette
Description: This website offers seven rules for teachers for better learning experience for students. Some useful rules are avoiding acronyms, focusing on classroom conversation activities, and asking questions to ensure student understanding. Specific guidelines are given for each rule, which enable teachers to take effective actions.
Name: Are you teaching good netiquette?
URL: version) (Student version)
Description: This website of Arizona State University focuses on netiquette of teachers engaged in online teaching. Four basic rules are suggested: be scholarly, be respectful, be professional and be polite. This website also contains other resources in the internet for visitors who would like to get further details. A student version is also available.
Name: 10 netiquette guidelines online students need to know
Description: This website contains short and simple guidelines that can be easily overlooked by students in engaging in online lessons. Examples are avoiding typing in capital letters, pay attention to correct grammar, use a respectful tone. Contents of this website are useful reminders for students.
Name: 10 rules of netiquette for students
Description: These rules are suggested by the University of Texas at El Paso to their students for online communication and discussions. Ten practical rules such as ensuring clear personal identification are provided, and links to further information are included.
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