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Class Netiquette The Culture of Group Learning

Class Netiquette

Class netiquette is the social code of group learning. The culture of our classes and learning process combine to bring us into a new existence.

The Information Age is a new class based on group knowledge. We are becoming Smart. The knowledge required puts us in various classes.

The social code of taking courses with the aid of the internet is a world class. It is netiquette.


Homework and forums are central to class netiquette rules. There are guidelines for asking and answering academic questions online.

Common techniques of posting messages, collaborating on homework, and taking tests are the conventions. Online classes more work than an in person classes.

There is a lot of searching involved finding answers in forums. More work is often assigned. Lectures are generally short.

Homework is important because the benefit of being in the moment is less accessible. The faster that you begin your homework the more time you have to get help from classmates.


Online classes are courses taught completely or partially on the internet. A class is a group. Schools organize them for learning.

Online classes are specific courses. Learning is not limitted to class. Many people use the internet for learning. Some classes require it.

Audio Visual Video

Published on May 16, 2015 | 0:29 Minutes | Science and Technology

An introduction to Online Class Netiquette. Keywords, graphics, and symbols.


David Chiles

Class Guidelines

Published on February 2, 2012 | 1:25 Minutes | Science and Technology

Yoko Netiquette, Graham Gray Mail and Eric Email recite the netiquette rules for online classes at the School of Netiquette.


Yoko Netiquette

Graham Graymail

Eric Email

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