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These days online classes, video conferencing and virtual chat rooms are our new classroom and, we all be interacting with each other through different online programmes. We may be sharing and commenting on each other’s projects this way rather than being in a face-to-face class 100% of the time. This is why polite online classroom etiquette is just as important as minding your manners in the college classroom. A lot of this information is relevant in our regular online interactions too!
When used for good the internet can be great. Unfortunately, not everyone is kind online. Even kind people can be rude or mean under the cover of online anonymity. See the poster for tips for being kind online.
TUS Students' Union: Athlone Campus
Thanks to Lisa Hanlon for content on being kind online and netiquette.
Lisa Hanlon (she/her)
Title: Healthy Campus Coordinator