Their task is made far more difficult by the explosion of misinformation on the Internet, talk shows, and high-profile media outlets, by journalists’ tendency to cover the problem as a debate, and, as Kaufman argues, by an erosion of rely upon experts. Information technology has transformed the way trust and knowledge are produced, Kaufman says: ”Scientists need to consider their function in this changed landscape and how to compete with these other sources of knowledge.” Basically relating the facts of science isn’t enough.Deborah Gold, editor-in-chief. ‘This new name will allow our publication to reach beyond the ‘inner circle’ of AER members and create a wider audience that perceives the value of this journal.’ She noted that many people beyond your organization are not sure of the acronym AER. Related StoriesBrain health: how will you reduce cognitive decline? An interview with Heather Snyder, Ph.D.Griffith learners providing health care in MalawiDiabetic retinopathy therapy innovations: an interview with Richard Kirk, CEO of PolyphotonixThe journal offers research, best practices, and discussions of controversial issues to professionals who offer rehabilitation and education companies to people with visual impairments.