How does trust affect your experience of the Internet?
We are running a series of 3 hour workshops to find out, and we want you to take part. If you regularly use the Internet to search for information, make bookings, or buy products, and are aged 16 to 25 years old, we invite you to come and share your views and experiences with us, as well as your suggestions for change in relation to trust when using the Internet. The session will involve friendly discussion and interactive activities, some of which will be screen-based. Your participation will help us to explore new technological opportunities to enhance or rebuild trust in ways that are user-driven and responsible, and to examine how trust in the online world might impact well-being. Your contribution to this workshop will also provide you, researchers, regulatory bodies and society in general, a better understanding of what makes online platforms and services trustable.
The workshops will take place in Community Space 2, Lumen, 88 Tavistock Place, London, WC1H 9RS, on the following dates:
- Wednesday 31st July at 1pm-4pm
- Thursday 1st August at 1pm-4pm
You only need to attend one workshop. The session will also be a good opportunity to develop your team work and communication skills, and increase your confidence and critical thinking when making decisions online. You will also receive a £30 voucher as a thank you for your time.
Refreshments will be provided.
If you are interested, or would like to sign up for the workshops, please download the flyer for more information and details or contact to: firstname.lastname@example.org”>Menisha Patel.