What's Gather?

Gather is a project + platform to support community-minded journalists and other engagement professionals.

 

Why Gather?

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connect

Find peers in other newsrooms.

Stay in touch after conferences.

Join a "community of practice."

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collaborate

Host a lightning chat.

Share insights and best practices.

Organize a project team.

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learn

Browse case studies.

Find jobs, fellowships and funding.

Get inspiration delivered to your inbox.

I am always looking to learn from smart people who are doing the good work, and Gather is an amazing group of people who believe and demonstrate every day that the future of media is collaboration – between journalists and with our communities.
— Damon Kiesow, University of Missouri
I see this community as a major opportunity to connect with people in my field and position to discuss the challenges we face in this industry and find solutions to our great problems.
— John Sahly, Shaw Media
As a media industry writer aiming to report on useful real-world innovations, I have found that Gather’s active community shares bright ideas and brilliant questions which often help guide my work and some lessons we at Nieman Lab share.
— Christine Schmidt, Nieman Lab
Before I joined Gather’s community, I spent hours searching for the best content to improve my job as an engagement editor. Now I’m part of a generous community that shares amazing reads, conversations and insights that immediately go to my “to-read” list.
— Jorge Caraballo, NPR’s Radio Ambulante

OUR SUPPORTERS

This project is funded by grants from the
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Democracy Fund, and the News Integrity Initiative.

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Gather is a collaborative project led by the Agora Journalism Center,
the gathering place for innovation in communication and civic engagement,
at the University of Oregon's School of Journalism & Communication.

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