Allowing your users to contribute content to your website requires radical trust.

This concept, gaining steam with the popularity of social media tools, naturally raises concern in history organizations.

It threatens authoritative voice and weakens control. Yet, it offers opportunities to reach and engage new audiences.Join us as we discuss the challenges of radical trust.

Chair: Tim Grove, Acting Director of Education, National Air and Space Museum

Presenters:
Michael Frohlich, Multimedia Developer/Web Manager, State Historical Society of North Dakota
James B. Gardner, Senior Scholar, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution
Kent Whitworth, Executive Director, Kentucky Historical Society