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Terms about Netiquette

RL Stands for "real life".
Flaming Abusing or harming someone with text such as email, social media, or texting.
Interlational Communication Communication stepping out of traditional roles of society. Such as Facebooking your principle, or tweeting your teachers.
Netiquette Behavior and manners in the virtual world.
VR Virtual Reality, the digital world.
Digital Citizenship "Character education for the digital age." -Jason Ohler
Multimodality Using multiple methods of technology and media for communicating and learning.
Adhocracy An organization that can cut through normal society's social setting to communicate. Such as a student posting a reflection on education which gets more attention via social media than a person with a doctorate in education.
ISTE International Society for Technology in Education. They set many standards for students and teachers of how we should be using technology in the classroom.
CIPA Children's Internet Protection Act, The act which helps schools afford technology for students as long as students and schools follow certain expectations.
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