Students usually know how to be considerate and kind to each other and what is appropriate online behavior. Institutional policies often include general guidance for online behavior, too.
Sometimes, however, an educator needs to set down rules for behavior for a specific task, such a discussion or co-operation with an external stakeholder.
Get inspired by the examples and modify the rules to suit your institutional and local culture.
Netiquette: good online behaviour at UCL | Teaching & Learning – UCL – University College London
Netiquette | Imperial students | Imperial College London
Netiquette Guide for Online Courses – FCBE – The University of Memphis
Soler-Costa R, Lafarga-Ostáriz P, Mauri-Medrano M, Moreno-Guerrero AJ. 2021. Netiquette: Ethic, Education, and Behavior on Internet-A Systematic Literature Review. Int J Environ Res Public Health. doi:10.3390/ijerph18031212.