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Chatiquette

Chatiquette addresses the unspoken conventions for gaining and relinquishing the floor and changing topics. Without the nonverbal cues that indicate a request for the floor such as a raised hand, synchronous discussions can become disjointed. Chatiquette should include the following online behaviors: Introduce yourself, be polite, and be considerate of differing opinions.






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