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Share Knowledge Class Netiquette Rules

It is good Netiquette to share knowledge. Don't hold back information that may help others.


Online classes have a different social structure than in person classes. Students interact by moderated discussion. Discussions encourage and reward educational statements, comments, or other class participation. Users are judged by their contributions and given credibility based on the knowledge that they share.

Internet Etiquette

Good e-Learning students help other students. A good reputation comes from peers in online classes because peer to peer engagement is designed to teach students. Teachers often cannot engage students due to class size. Student hours of study are generally different than professors hours of teaching. Other students may be the only available resource. Helping others by sharing knowledge earns a good reputation among the class.


Share knowledge because it gives credibility in the class.

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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