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2 thoughts on “Facebook Manners and You”
I think proper netiquette is quite important to emphasize to students.
Public speech implies a sense of responsibility for / ownership of one’s words. This article in the Chronicle of Higher Education makes that point well: http://chronicle.com/jobs/news/2005/07/2005070801c.htm
I loved that video!! Very creative and fun and should be sent to some people I know. I am so glad I never broke any of the face book No, Nos!