Internet Resources - Etiquette
- Digital Literacy
Digital Literacy is an online digital literacy and cyber citizenship resource specifically designed for students in grades 7–12. Digital Literacy informs and inspires learners about key topics including entrepreneurship and careers; communication, cyberbullying, and safety; privacy and ethics; research skills and tools for the digital age; social networking; and gaming.
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- Emily Post Institute
Brief articles on everyday etiquette, etiquette for celebrations, techno-etiquette, business etiquette and bereavement etiquette.
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- Forms of Address
From Infoplease.com. Gives forms of address and salutations for academics, clerical and religious orders, government officials, military and naval officers and professions.
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Did You Know?
On May 14, 1903, Sarah Agnes Cowell, the youngest daughter of Henry Cowell, was killed in a buggy accident at the Cowell Ranch. Sarah and the ranch housekeeper were riding in the family buggy along the upper kiln road on the Cowell ranch (now the campus of University of California ... [More]