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the ARTT Catalog!
“In this conversation, I could…"

The Analysis Toolkit for Trust (ARTT) Catalog is a curated library of studies and reports from across research disciplines.

The Catalog presents the latest findings from these disciplines about how to best engage in conversations around misinformation or other contentious topics in online spaces in trust-building ways.

The Catalog:

  • Brings together interventions from diverse disciplines such as psychology, media literacy, conflict resolution and conflict transformation, and science communication
  • Distills interventions into conversational response categories
  • Enables exploration of how these interventions may overlap, interact or counteract each other

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The ARTT Catalog is not intended to provide direct guidance about how to engage in conversations around “not well understood information” and misinformation.

If you are a member or moderator of an online community and you are looking for conversational responses and interventions, please refer to the ARTT Guide:

ARTT Catalog:
Intervention Library

This library contains an evolving list of research into effective conversational responses and interventions online.

Papers tagged according to our 10 potential response modes: Correct, Co-verify, De-escalate, Listen, Empathize, Share, Take Perspective, Encourage Healthy Inquiry, Invite Sociability, and Do Not Respond.
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Using the ARTT Catalog

The ARTT Catalog is for researchers.

It’s best to think about resources presented by the Catalog as research references that power the future tool of the ARTT project, the ARTT Guide, by offering possible answers for the sentence:

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