This is my Discussion Question This is my topic I have to write about Real life is better than electronic life.
This is my Discussion Question
This is my topic I have to write about
Real life is better than electronic life.
With these thoughts in mind, your assignment is to:
Post by Day 3 a 200- to 300-word response supporting your assigned position.
As you write your Discussion, use the Week 5 Discussion Rubric. A rubric is a guideline for evaluating your work. This rubric (found in the Week 5 Discussion area and under Course Information in the left navigation bar) is in the form of a checklist. Your Instructor will also use this rubric to grade your Discussion. If you want to earn the most points on this Discussion, be sure to address all aspects of the rubric.
Read a selection of your colleagues’ postings.
I’m guessing this is the information she posted dealing with that essay
Have you ever met a new friend through a current friend? Or have you made professional connections in your workplace that led to another job opportunity down the road? This is all part of building a social network. Communication helps us establish these networks, both in real life—at the office, at school, in an organization or a club—and online, through websites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and MySpace.
This week, you will use skills for making perceptions and being an effective listener to build communities and networks, both in real life and online. You also compare and contrast real life and electronic life and complete the perception paper you started last week.
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