Web Etiquette

Remember that you won't have all those non-verbal cues that you get in the traditional classroom and neither will your classmates or instructors. Almost all your information will come in the form of words. Taking a class online means you won't be sitting quietly in the classroom; participation is essential. Online, you will be responsible for initiating more contact, for being persistent and vocal when you don't understand something. The web etiquette listed below will help guide you in becoming an effective communicator which is critical to success in distance education.

About Us
Directory
Accreditation
Contact Us
Directions
Academic Programs
Associate in Science
Associate of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Medical Assistant
Medical Imaging
Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Pharmacy Technology
Surgical Technology
Admissions
Apply Now
Open House
Plan Your Visit
Quick Facts
Transfer Credits
Publications
2013-14 Academic Calendar
2014-15 Graduate Academic Calendar
2014-15 Undergraduate Academic Calendar
Catalog
Fact Book
Handbook
Quick Facts
Strategic Plan
Student Pulse
Volunteer Handbook
Financial Information
Grants
How to Apply for Aid
Loans
Scholarships
Tuition & Fees
Student Life
Class Schedule
Email
Information Resource Center (IRC)
New Student Orientation
Student Records
SonisWeb
Canvas (former Virtual Campus)