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Netiquette is derived from the words network and etiquette.
Newbies, often ignorant of Netiquette, may unintentionally break one of the rules and might be scared off the Internet by the nasty replies of other users.
Netiquette in newsgroups on Usenet of course consists of the above six core rules, but there are also a few extra things that should be considered.
www.kuleuven.ac.be /iccp/2001/iccp1/netiquette.htm   (1689 words)

 Netiquette - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Netiquette (neologism, a morphological blend formed from "Internet etiquette") is a catch-all term for the conventions of politeness recognized on Usenet, in mailing lists, and on other electronic forums such as Internet message boards.
RFC 1855 is a fairly lengthy and comprehensive set of such conventions.
The rules of netiquette are slightly different for newsgroups, web forums and IRC (Internet Relay Chat).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Netiquette   (1107 words)

To use Netiquette in the classroom would be to develop scenerioes and have the student evalute whether it is proper or inadequate behavior.
Netiquette is the Internet culture with traditions, rules and regulations, and standards of conduct.
Netiquette has become more of an issue because of the increased use of the Internet.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Olympus/7123/netiquette.html   (2153 words)

 Writing to the World-Wide Web: Netiquette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The term "netiquette" refers to the awareness of the need for a certain code of behavior (etiquette) in elecetronic environments (the net)...
Netiquette, while a general term, is complex at specific levels because there are so many different kinds of electronic environments, and so many different situations in which we may find ourselves in those environments.
The National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) has endorsed a simple nine-point list called A Netiquette Primer, and while you should read this, it also only begins to scratch the surface of what the issues at hand may be.
www.rpi.edu /dept/llc/webclass/summer96/netiquette.html   (483 words)

 Newsgroup Netiquette
“Netiquette,” a mixture between “net” and “etiquette,”; refers to the informal rules that Usenet users follow (or should follow) while exchanging information with others in Usenet newsgroups.
There are many different rules that comprise the concept of “netiquette,” and each one pertains to a different area or activity within newsgroups.
There are netiquette rules for almost anything in Usenet and it is recommended that every user familiarize himself/herself with most of them before participating in newsgroup discussions.
www.usenet.com /articles/newsgroup_netiquette.htm   (288 words)

 netiquette - a definition from Whatis.com
The need for a sense of netiquette arises mostly when sending or distributing e-mail, posting on Usenet groups, or chatting.
To some extent, the practice of netiquette depends on understanding how e-mail, the Usenet, chatting, or other aspects of the Internet actually work or are practiced.
Poor netiquette because you're new is one thing, but such practices as spam and flaming are another matter.
whatis.techtarget.com /definition/0,,sid9_gci212635,00.html   (139 words)

 Netiquette Home Page -- A Service of Albion.com
Netiquette covers both common courtesy online and the informal "rules of the road" of cyberspace.
Learn Netiquette basics by reading this concise overview of network etiquette excerpted from the book Netiquette by Virginia Shea.
Virginia Shea's book Netiquette is a net classic that's as entertaining as it is informing.
www.albion.com /netiquette   (228 words)

 Netiquette Guidelines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In general, rules of common courtesy for interaction with people should be in force for any situation and on the Internet it's doubly important where, for example, body language and tone of voice must be inferred.
Hambridge Informational [Page 5] RFC 1855 Netiquette Guidelines October 1995 2.1.2 For talk: Talk is a set of protocols which allow two people to have an interactive dialogue via computer.
Hambridge Informational [Page 13] RFC 1855 Netiquette Guidelines October 1995 - Be aware that the multiplicity of News Reader clients may cause the News Server being blamed for problems in the clients.
www.polarhome.com /service/netiquette.html   (5965 words)

 RFC1855   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
RFC 1855 Netiquette Guidelines October 1995 an account through a corporation, that those organizations have regulations about ownership of mail and files, about what is proper to post or send, and how to present yourself.
RFC 1855 Netiquette Guidelines October 1995 - Be aware that the multiplicity of News Reader clients may cause the News Server being blamed for problems in the clients.
RFC 1855 Netiquette Guidelines October 1995 the problem is at the provider's end and/or is the provider's fault.
rfc.net /rfc1855.html   (5918 words)

 What is netiquette? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary
Netiquette covers not only rules to maintain civility in discussions (i.e., avoiding flames), but also special guidelines unique to the electronic nature of forum messages.
For example, netiquette advises users to use simple formats because complex formatting may not appear correctly for all readers.
In most cases, netiquette is enforced by fellow users who will vociferously object if you break a rule of netiquette.
www.webopedia.com /TERM/n/netiquette.html   (221 words)

 Open Directory - Computers: Internet: Etiquette
Netiquette - The Code of Conduct for the Internet - Contains basic 'rules' to follow when interacting with others online via email, chat or forums.
Netiquette Chapter of the Crazy Colour Etiquette Handbook - Introduces Internet communication rules and helps you think about the way that you use the Internet to communicate and express your ideas, desires and emotions in emails, chat rooms and forums.
Netiquette Guidelines - This is the full text of RFC 1855, which is the unofficial standard work on electronic etiquette.
dmoz.org /Computers/Internet/Etiquette   (413 words)

 E-mail Etiquette @ NetManners.com: Start Netiquette 101 Here! These are the e-mail etiquette and technology use issues ...
How you will be perceived, the type of human being that you are or for that matter are not, your credibility and your levels of professionalism and ethics will be judged by how you communicate with others online.
To minimize the importance of established Netiquette Guidelines is to make a conscious decision to be thought of as rude, lazy, arrogant or uneducated.
If you are online for commercial gain, lack of proper Netiquette may very well deter those who otherwise may have considered doing business with you.
www.onlinenetiquette.com /netiquette_101.html   (317 words)

 Netiquette - Online Manners in Chat Rooms
Netiquette refers to the generally accepted rules of behavior for using the Internet.
By following netiquette guidelines, users help to make the Internet a civil place to communicate and share ideas.
These simple rules of Netiquette when web surfing, using chat rooms, bulletin boards, email and newsletters will make your travels on line much more pleasurable.
www.kidsturncentral.com /chat/chatnet.htm   (594 words)

You may have taken some electronic courses before, and you may also have had experience with some form of electronic communication, but a Web-based course is a new area of social interaction, and as such it has its own rules for interacting with others.
Comments related to the content of previous messages should be posted under them to keep related topics organized, and you should specify the person and the particular point you are following up on.
Many of the points made here were taken from The Core Rules of Netiquette, excerpted from the book Netiquette, by Virginia Shea.
www.uwsp.edu /education/lwilson/Models/netiquette.htm   (1210 words)

 Netiquette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Newsgroups are notorious for "flames" (viscous haranguing for an innocent mistake or a breach of netiquette).
It's considered a major breach of netiquette to ask a question that is clearly answered in the FAQ.
Whether you are new to discussion groups or to a particular group, it's a good idea to read the postings for several days before you post yourself.
courses.washington.edu /hs590a/modules/69/diglit/comm-netiq.html   (294 words)

 Outlook Express newsgroups 101
The most comprehensive guide to Netiquette is RFC 1855 (the RFCs, or Requests for Comments, are documents that define Internet protocols and rules).
Netiquette for newsgroups is found in Section 3: One-to-Many Communication.
Or the customs and netiquette of the group might be very different from yours.
www.microsoft.com /Windows/IE/community/columns/newsgroups101.mspx   (2027 words)

 Seanet - Netiquette
What is good netiquette for real time interactive services, such as chat?
Netiquette is a contraction of `Internet etiquette', the etiquette guidelines for the Internet.
Read both mailing lists and newsgroups for awhile before you post anything so you have an understanding of the culture of the group.
www.seanet.com /help/general/netiquette.shtml   (763 words)

 WKN Internet Safety
The Core Rules of Netiquette are excerpted from the book Netiquette by Virginia Shea.
Netiquette does forbid the perpetuation of flame wars -- series of angry letters, most of them from two or three people directed toward each other, that can dominate the tone and destroy the camaraderie of a discussion group.
Aside from being aware of the safety measures in e-mailing your pals, it is just as important to be aware of the fun and proper way of e-mailing.
www.worldkids.net /school/safety/internet/mail.html   (1483 words)

 Netiquette: The Art of Online Etiquette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Just remember that when you are faced with a question of netiquette, common sense will guide you.
Observing proper netiquette doesn't mean you cannot use some abbreviations or have fun in your messages.
If you have any other"smileys", abbreviations or know of any links that would be useful to our Netiquette segment, please send us an email.
gemstate.net /gemstate/netiquette.htm   (254 words)

Even if this is the case, posting personal messages is still a violation of netiquette; having a bogus address is not.
It is bad netiquette, for example, to quote a 50 line message with only a few words of original text.
If you disagree with someone, it is Very Bad netiquette to forge their header, complain to their ISP, flame them in an unmoderated NG, post their name and home address, or place them on emailing lists.
members.tripod.com /~rechumorjewish/netiquette.htm   (1406 words)

"Netiquette" is the term used to describe rules of courtesy in using electronic communication.
If something goes wrong with your address so that it sends messages back to the list, sends double messages, or the like, deal with this quickly so that inconvenience to others is brief.
These are part of a Netiquette Guide on the World Wide Web (http://www.trfn.clpgh.org/Internet/netiquette.html).
ftad.osu.edu /Publications/elecdisc/pages/netiq.htm   (695 words)

 Netiquette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
How you handle yourself and the information you gather when you do research will demonstrate your awareness of the legal rights and human feelings of the people whom you encounter in the process.
Netiquette is the concept that online activities such as sending e-mail and searching or publishing on the Internet require following special rules of good behavior, or etiquette.
Netiquette is a concern of those who do research on the Internet as much as it is a concern of those who write for the Internet.
www.cvc.sunysb.edu:591 /tlc/netiqut2.html   (3703 words)

 Yale University Library: STOD - Netiquette
We have all experienced dramatic changes in the ways we work and live that could not have been predicted a decade ago.
Now with concerns ranging from privacy, security and freedom of speech, to honesty and confidentiality it is more important than ever to understand and observe general guidelines of netiquette.
Netiquette, or network etiquette, is the contemporary term for the proper way we communicate and interact with each other using email over the Internet.
www.library.yale.edu /training/netiquette   (235 words)

A list of the core rules of netiquette can be found at www.albion.com/netiquette/corerules.html.
Finally, netiquette guidelines written specifically for children are provided at www.bpl.org/kids/Netiquette.htm.
Newsgroup and Chat Netiquette Newsgroups, chat rooms, and discussion groups are all public forums with many different people and just as many differing opinions.
www.infoweblinks.com /content/netiquette.htm   (471 words)

Knowing and following proper "netiquette" is extremely important because of the ease of communicating almost instantaneously on the Internet.
When you find yourself with the ability to respond immediately and in a semi-anonymous fashion to the remarks of another, you may also discover within yourself an uncomfortable tendency to "shoot from the hip" verbally, and that can cause problems.
That's what this lesson is all about -- observing the rules of proper Netiquette in order to calm the conversational waters, promote safe navigating, avoid treacherous rocks and shoals, and reach safe harbor.
www.sc.edu /bck2skol/fall/lesson11.html   (1407 words)

 Netiquette Sites Webring Homepage
In order to become a part of the Netiquette Sites webring you must submit your site for consideration.
You must have the code on your page because the code is what makes the webring work.
The Netiquette Sites and banner are copyright c 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Terry Iwaniw (terryriw@geocities.com).
netiquette.freeservers.com   (530 words)

 Netiquette   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Like e-mail and other online communication, the rules of netiquette are short and to the point.
Because e-mail is enormously popular and the most widely used feature of the Internet, netiquette specific to e-mail communicating has developed.
It is extremely poor netiquette to reply to a message by including all the previous message or messages, especially if they are long.
www.compukiss.com /sandyclassroom/tutorials/article789.htm   (1020 words)

 Netiquette - Using the Internet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
They attempt to take into account the fact that everyone uses the net in different ways and for different purposes, and that in order to accommodate the millions of people who use the net regularly, some guidance for acceptable use is necessary.
The following rules were proposed by writer Virginia Shea in a book called Netiquette, and they pretty much cover the important things you need to remember to be a good citizen of cyberspace.
It is sometimes easy to forget that on the net you are not just talking to computers, you are communicating with real people, people who have feelings just like you, and you need to respect their rights just as you would in any other area of your life.
www.sofweb.vic.edu.au /internet/netiquet.htm   (2467 words)

During my consultancy assignments around the world I have experienced many cultural clashes of the worst kind to be imagined in business.
For sure, Business Netiquette International gives a good insight of how to behave in a "cross-cultural" business society, especially in mailing to one and other, or e-marketing.” — Peter R. Luiks, CEO of International Business Liaisons, The Netherlands.
It is therefore time-wasting, inconsiderate, and very bad netiquette.
www.bspage.com /1netiq/Netiq.html   (2472 words)

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