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By Gerald Alred, Charles Brusaw and Walter Oliu


� Additional resource for International Students: CBA9999 (on Sakai). Send me your gatorlink username for access E-MAIL ETIQUETTE Consider email communication as practice for the style you will adopt in business settings. In other words, our communication should be formal in the beginning (Dear Professor McCawley –OR—Dr. McCawley), and can become more informal as we continue our communication. Include the following information when you communicate with me • Your cohort, section number or day/time of class meeting (I teach multiple sections each module) • Frontloaded purpose (don’t forget a concise, yet descriptive, subject line) • Two or three available days and times, if requesting an appointment • Close with your name NOTE: I review papers in person only, not via e-mail. Use e-mail to arrange an appointment. How can you impress a future employer, professor or professional peer through email, and create a good impression

Year: 2008
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