This event is presented by University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications
What if local newsrooms could use insights from social, behavior and cognitive science to better connect with their communities and build trust? The University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications, with the News Integrity Initiative, has spent the last year diving into this research and talking to experts to understand how trust is built or lost, and to identify approaches and mindsets that can build trust. Join us for this active and informative session as we share and workshop tools to help local news strengthen our public discourse.
This event is designed for:
- Journalists and editors working in newsrooms who want better models of engagement and building trust with communities
- Organizations working in the trust space, or considering entering the trust discussion
- Nerds who love social science research and want help applying it to their work.
This event is open to ONA19 attendees, as well as those not able to attend ONA19. An RSVP is required for this event regardless of ONA19 registration status. RSVP here
Frank Karel Chair in Public Interest Communications, University of Florida
Research Director, Center for Public Interest Communications, University of Florida
Faculty, College of Journalism and Communications, University of Florida