In another part of the special ethics at the University will introduce the rules of communication with a telephone (whether fixed or mobile telefoniketa called) and Internet communications (known as netiquette).
** The basic rules of academic and business telephone and mobile communications ** 1st At the beginning of a phone call – always greeting and the caller's name indicates, the call usually reported their last name or firm (faculty, etc.) 2nd Speak slowly and clearly 3rd Over the phone we prefer brevity, accuracy and clarity
** Rules for using mobile phones ** 1st We should have a cell phone off at a hospital, church, funeral, but also in theater, cinema and concert 2nd netelefonujeme during lectures, meetings and conferences 3rd if we must necessarily call, move away from the phone during the lecture hall, etc. 4th nenecháváme cellphone lying on the table when doing an interview with someone, it's rude and it indicates that the problem does not call us any time to stay and pay the phone 5th always just a phone and concision 6th Always cut back on the disturbing signal receive SMS tones, etc. 7th SMS not used in formal communication (eg an excuse not to participate in a lecture or exam)
** Netiquette, or etiquette of electronic communication ** Electronic communication is now widely used and generally are often pursued in the university environment. Students often correspond with teachers, send them in electronic form essay and use electronic mail for consultation. Electronic communication should be on the campus of the rules. This is an official communication, which is equivalent to sending the classic, hand-written letter.
This means that in the beginning we will always reach for the highest teaching title (eg Mr Professor), followed by the message text itself, in the end you reconnect as in a traditional greeting of the letter, and our name identification (eg, personal number, year, study Study, as it is on the university tradition).
** Now a few rules that we communicate with the Internet should know and follow ** 1st discretion 2nd focus is to send the correct message recipient 3rd Take care not to press it all the type of reply (reply all), thus entail many faux pas 4th If you reply to the sender of the message, write the text in the text box above, not below 5th respond to every e-mail that requires a response no later than within 24 hours of its receipt 6th Electronic letters leaving behind many traces, thus denying the bad 7th We respect the privacy of others, do not abuse the information disclosed
Source of information: Mesko, D. – Kazuščák, D. – Findra J. Academic Handbook. Martin, 2006.
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