Sample Guidelines for Agreeing Netiquette For Engagement in Online Teaching

Sample Guidelines for Agreeing Netiquette For Engagement in Online

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Centre for Academic Practice (CAPSL)

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Teaching & Learning

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Digital Learning, T&L Practice

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CC BY

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PDF

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Sample Guidelines for Agreeing Netiquette For Engagement in Online Teaching

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Netiquette guidelines are presented along with the benefit to both the lecturer indicated. In virtual teaching spaces, agreeing a code of conduct (or ‘rules of engagement’) helps to ensure a similarly positive environment.

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URL: https://www.tcd.ie/CAPSL/Assets/pdf/Academic%20Practice%20Resources/Netiquette.pdf

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