Wednesday, February 24th, 2010 | e-Learning pioneers
What is the correct way to refer to electronic mail in writing? Is it eMail, email, e-mail or electronic mail?
It seems as if most dictionaries, publishers and writers have standardized on e-mail. The same is true of e-book, e-learning, e-literate, e-commerce and any other e-thingy.
Don’t forget the hyphen (-). Get into the habit of using it when you write reports or e-mails.
Thank you for your prompt response to my e-mail …
In view of this convention in writing, I believe it will be in order to talk about an e-pioneer – using the term e-learning pioneer seems so long-winded. And perhaps e-pioneer is a more apt term to describe those people who go into schools to encourage the use of digital resources, including e-books and e-mail – their work is not only about e-learning.
Viva, all e-pioneers.
4 Comments to e-mail, e-book, e-learning …. e- pioneer
- Publishers must provide content that FET colleges can put into their Learning Management Systems ... #motheoconf2013 Tweeted 4 days ago
- FET colleges must "e" ... says Malcolm of Macmillan. #motheoconf2013 Tweeted 4 days ago
- Seek an educational solution of an educaitonal problem, not a technology solution for an educational problem. #motheoconf2013 Tweeted 4 days ago
- Money can't put right what our sham education system has left out over the course of a learner's schooling ... #motheoconf2013 Tweeted 4 days ago
- He that does not know that he does not know, does not know that he does not know (Peter Mkhari) #motheoconf2013 Tweeted 4 days ago
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