ReEnTrust call for participants to join workshops on Trust and the Internet

How does trust effect your experience of the Internet?

Do you regularly use the Internet to search for information, make bookings, or buy products?

Are you aged 16-25 years old?

If you answered yes to both of these questions, we would like to invite you to take part in an interactive workshop which will explore your views and experiences in relation to trust when using online platforms and services (e.g., Google, BBC, Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram).

The workshops (you only need to attend one) will take place on:

This activity is part of an interdisciplinary research project between the Universities of Nottingham, Oxford and Edinburgh called ReEnTrust, which explores new technological opportunities to enhance/re-build user’s trust, and identify how this may be achieved in ways that are user-driven and responsible.

The session involves interactive activities and friendly discussion. Your contribution to this workshop will provide you, researchers, regulatory bodies and society in general, a better understanding of what makes online platforms and services trustable.

What else will you gain for taking part?

Refreshments will be provided.

  • Develop your skills in team work, debate, and communication.
  • Increase your confidence and critical thinking when making decisions online.
  • Share your views and suggestions for change in relation to trust when using the Internet
  • A valuable experience to add to your CV, job applications and personal statements
  • Receive a £20 voucher as a thank you for taking part.

For more information, and to sign up for the workshop, please contact Liz Dowthwaite