Email Etiquette - Nova Scotia Community College

Email Etiquette - Nova Scotia Community College

Our learning Outcome Checking your NSCC email The Green Group! Your learning package Step #1 An activity to find out what learners already know Student Survey about accessing NSCC webmail Step#2 An activity or

resource to demonstrate the learning Viewing a video on How to access NSCC email Learning outcome Competent Use of NSCC Email & Webmail Checking your NSCC Webmail Email Etiquette and trying a tool to make it easier

Step#4 An activity to give you feedback ... is learning happening? Step #5 An activity to evaluate learning in a real-world context Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group Step#3 An activity that gives learners an opportunity to practice An email scavenger Hunt

Where are you now can you get NSCC email from anywhere? Step#6 An activity to reflect on the learning p2 Step#1 What do you already know? An activity to assess prior learning What do you know? Survey says

Have you used NSCC Webmail? Step #1 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 4 Step # 2 An introduction to NSCC Webmail An activity to instruct students on webmail Take a look at the link Check your NSCC Email

What to Do? View the attached video. Click on the link and then hit the PLAY button in the middle of your screen. http://screencast.com/t/kLt4DQiwtA Do the activity mentioned in the video Volume working not working?

Send me an email to [email protected] You can still follow the steps in the video In the body of the email, let me know that you have watched it. Step #2 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p6 Step # 3 Your opportunity to

Practice Webmail An Elluminate scavenger hunt! If you get lost on the hunt email X Email Scavenger Hunt Step #3 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 8 Brainstorming Ways to get someones NSCC email address? 9

Step #3 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 9 Brainstorming Some other uses of use email? Step #3 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 10 Brainstorming Other ways to share information on email? Step #3 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 11

Join the Congo Line! Type your name Step #3 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 12 In your groups assign tasks. Decide how you will get answers Every member needs to do some emailing Work alone or in groups Keep track of the answers you collect Work on this often, over the next 3 weeks Use your NSCC email for this activity Schedule a time to meet and share

answers Step #3 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 13 Green Room Questions An email copy will be sent Using th Who has a birthday closest to yours? the oth e tips in er slid Who has lived in the Yukon? e s, email w

i Who has a motorcycle and/or a motorcycle license? classm th your ates a What is the total number of animals owned by the class? nd a ns w e r these How many left-handed people are in the class? questi How many people have children? o ns ! 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6. 7. What is each persons favourite colour? 8. Find one other little known fact about each person. 9. You can give different little known facts about yourself to each person who asks, if you want! Bonus questions: One or more students will be sent a secret email, find out: 1. Who has it? 2. When did they get it? 3. When was it sent? 4. What do the messages says? 5. How many secret messages were there? Step #3 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p14

Blue Room Questions An email copy will be sent 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Who has a birthday furthest from yours? Who has lived in Newfoundland Who has a class 1 truck licence? What is the total number of children of people in the class? Who has the oldest car? Do they drive it?

What is the hardest part of email, for each person? What is each persons favourite food? Bonus questions: One or more students will be sent a secret email, find out: 1. Who has it? 2. When did they get it? 3. When was it sent? 4. What do the messages says? 5. How many secret messages were there? Step #3 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p15 Green Room Questions An email copy will be sent Email your classmates and answer these questions:

1.Who has a birthday closest to yours? 2.Who has lived in the Yukon? 3.Who has a motorcycle and/or a motorcycle license? 4.What is the total number of animals owned by the class? 5.How many left-handed people are in the class? 6.How many people have children? 7.What is each persons favourite colour? Bonus questions: One or more students will be sent a secret email, find out: 1. Who has it? 2. When did they get it? 3. When was it sent? 4. What do the messages says? 5. How many secret messages were there? Step #3 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p16

Purple Room Questions Email your classmates & answer these questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Who has a birthday closest to yours? Who has lived in the Yukon? Who has a motorcycle and/or a motorcycle license? What is the total number of animals owned by the class?

How many left-handed people are in the class? How many people have children? What is each persons favourite colour? Bonus questions: One or more students will be sent a secret email, find out: 1. Who has it? 2. When did they get it? 3. When was it sent? 4. What do the messages says? 5. How many secret messages were there? Step #3 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p17 Step#4 -How did you do? An activity for an

opportunity for feedback Youve got mail! Check your NSCC Email What to Do:

Log into your NSCC Webmail. Search for an email sent from your instructor with the Subject line: Final Project. Open the email Respond to the email by sharing how you did getting into your webmail and opening the email. Delete the email from your Webmail. Step #4 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 19 Step #5 Try it out in the Real World An activity for assessment of applied learning

Student E-tivity Recap The 3 Ts of Email Etiquette Tools & Tips Like wearing the correct attire to work or even how to introduce yourself there are many expectations about communicating by email in a professional environment such as college or industry Timeliness and other email rules.. www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Mmp_hGVRY&feature=related Tone - Does your email convey the right message? http://www.tonecheck.com/?cnn=yes Test yourself! How is your email Etiquette? Take the test! http://emailatoz.com/index.php/5 Step #5 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 21

Student E-tivity TASK What are your email management strategies? Step #1. Research and answer the questions on the next slide and feel free to add any suggestions you may have Step #2. In the subject line of your email indicate your name and the title : My email etiquette Step #5 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 22 Student E-tivity TASK E-valuation

How will you be evaluated? Completion of Email responses 30% Professional structure of email 30% -completeness of brainstorming answers in proper email structure

Suggestion from tips and tools - the tone of your emails 30% Timeliness of Response 10% Step #5 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 23 Student Brainstorming Q #1 What are your email management strategies? Question#1. Research the appropriate email format and outline 3 key aspects and copy one link you find useful apart from my link (http://collegesurvive.com/Career/Professional_Email_Communication_Overview.aspx?

ReturnURL=%2Fhome.aspx) Step #5 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 24 Student Brainstorming Q #2 What are your email management strategies? Question #2. Recall and briefly outline a positive or negative experience you have had with using or communicating by email Step #5 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 25 Student Brainstorming Q #3

What are your email management strategies? Question #3. After reviewing the tips and tools and tone . What is another email management tool or tip you would recommend? What do you think of the ones recommended? Step #5 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 26 Need Help? Any questions? Here is your resolution process Email

1 other student and ask them if they are having challenges If not resolved .. Forward the email AND response to me @ [email protected] and we three will figure it out! Step #5 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p 27 Step #6 Reflect on your learning How confident are you

now? Where are you now? Can you check your email? Place a check mark under the heading that best suits how you feel about checking your NSCC email. (Click on clip art and choose a check mark) I need more help I need practice I feel

comfortable I feel confident Step #6 Learning to use NSCC Webmail -- the green group p29

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