Monday, August 1, 2016

5 Tips to Interact Successfully With Professors, Students in Online Courses - Bradley Fuster, US News

Don't hit the "submit" button when angry, or you may regret it. Did you ever send an email or submit a discussion forum post that you wish you could take back? Most people have. As a result, an online classmate or professor may misinterpret sarcastic jokes, puns and innuendos. Before taking an online class for the first time, it's wise to familiarize yourself with Internet etiquette, or "netiquette." Many online programs include this information as part of orientation. Arizona State University tells ASU Online students on its website, "Netiquette, a social code that defines 'good' online behavior, is something to keep in mind during your online course interactions. Writing may be the only means of communication you have with classmates and instructors, so it is especially important to do this effectively." http://www.usnews.com/education/online-learning-lessons/articles/2016-07-22/5-tips-to-interact-sucessfully-with-professors-students-in-online-courses

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