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 and the Investigative Reporting program, with the objective of producing high-quality OSINT Investigations. AP journalists will also likely contribute to this seminar.
Priority will be given to students already enrolled in this course for the fall 2021 semester
Class will be held at the Human Right Center – 2224 Piedmont
Restrictions & Prerequisites
Priority for students already enrolled in this course for the fall 2021 semester