J298 OSINT Seminar – Open Source Investigations

This class will be two part: a seminar focusing on a particular story in collaboration with the Associated Press, and a lab portion focusing on using cutting edge Open Source investigative techniques, pioneered by Berkeley’s Human Right’s Center, with investigative reporting and multimedia skills. This course will be co-taught by representatives from the Human Right’s Center, the Investigative Reporting program and Richard Koci Hernandez, with the objective of producing high-quality OSINT Investigations. AP journalists will also likely contribute to this seminar.




Time:  W 9:00 - 12:00

Location:  142 North Gate (LMC)

Class Number:  16369

Section:  024

Units:  3

Length:  15 weeks

Course Material Fee:  None

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