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Classmates Mooc Netiquette Rules

It is good Netiqette to connect with classmates in social media. Do friend and follow people from classes.


Schools provide a way for students to connect with each other. They provide contacts who become friends, work together, and play together. Mooc's provide contacts on a similar scale because of their size.

Social media is a way to connect with classmates through student profiles and class discussion forums. Student profiles often have a place for social media links. Class discussion often have threads with invitations to connect.

Internet Etiquette

A link to a social media profile in a school profile is an invitation to connect. Providing a link to your school profile is a way to connect with them outside of class. Becoming friends or followers and having them follow you back is a customary connection. It is social.

Connections help us become more successful people. It is not always what you know, but who you know. Making contacts has traditionally been the purpose of going to good schools. Making contacts increases employment opportunities.


Friend classmates because it builds the online community with fundamentally correct associations.

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This video is about online courses, also known as edu on line or course edu. It contains the rules of netiquette for online courses from colleges and universities that offer free online classes with open enrollment. Maria Netiquette and Selena Cyber-Safety discuss the rules of netiquette for taking Massive Open Online Courses, Mooc's. Selena Cyber-Safety is going to follow the netiquette rules for Mooc's to be a successful online student.


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