Which of the below behaviors are inappropriate in a course?
Posting a racist comment in the threads
TYPING IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS IN THE THREADS
Typing posts that contain poor grammar,
spelling, and no punctuation, requiring others to guess at the meaning
Postings such as this: "Can you use
spell-check or proofread, or are you just too stupid?"
All of the above
Question 2. Question
Ethics involves issues of right and wrong, and emotionally
charged issues and ideas; thus, the best way to ensure that my comments are
taken in the way I mean them is to _____.
generalize ideas about the racial or ethnic
groups which display them
consider the impact they may have on those who
are different than me
sit quietly in the corner of the discussions
and hope that others will not ask for my input
assume that other students will value what I
assume that the instructor will value
everything I say or imply
Question 3. Question
Posting in the course's threaded discussions is an essential
element in our online, asynchronous classroom. Which of the following is not
true about value-adding posts in our course?
Personal opinion posts are valuable by
Emoticons can be used in posts.
Posts are academic work and should be written
with attention to language and grammar.
The course posting server includes a
Posts may respond to the work of other
students by name.
Question 4. Question
Which of the following is the most appropriate response for
a student to post to another student who has posted this:
WHAT IS WRONG WITH ALL OF YOU?
YOU ARE AS STUPID AS A BOX OF ROCKS!
Answer the post very directly and with capital
letters for effect.
Send an e-mail to that student to correct him
Post an equally strong rebuttal.
Complain offline to your Student Advisor.
Ignore this and allow your instructor to
handle it – either directly with the offender or through Student Services.
Question 5. Question
Choose from the following choices the way in which
collegiality is valued in our course.
Uncited quotes from outside sources are
An atmosphere of respect is expected in the
class participation of all students.
Any student can make a valuable post by simply
agreeing or disagreeing with a previous post.
Students should never respond to the posts of
A certain amount of prejudice is allowed.