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Student Emails: A Creative Video Guide to Email Etiquette


While many students have mastered the art of email, others tend to take “poetic license” – unclear subject lines, omitted course name or student ID, or even an occasional use of an emoticon!

If you’re an instructor, suggest students hone their email communication skills by watching a short instructional video produced by Teaching and Learning Services. Share the link with students through myCourses and add the link to your course outlines!email-1346077_1280

If you’re a student, get together with some friends, take out some snacks, and sit back to enjoy this brief instructional video.

Interested in knowing more about writing emails to instructors? Check out Re: Your Recent Email to Your Professor and Email Etiquette: Guidelines for Writing to Your Professors.

 

 

Academic Associate at McGill's Teaching and Learning Services.; former Senior Faculty Lecturer at the McGill Writing Centre; area of specialization: Second Language Education; loves teaching and learning; will work for chocolate (Photo credit: Owen Egan)

2 comments on “Student Emails: A Creative Video Guide to Email Etiquette

  1. David Noble Harpp, Dr.

    Very very good
    Cheers

    David

    Sent from my iPhone

    Like

  2. Pingback: Students emails: a creative video guide to email etiquette MAINTENANT EN FRANÇAIS! | Teaching for Learning @ McGill University

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