Investigative Journalism for the Digital Age

Michael Berens, Steve Doig, Brant Houston, Lise Olsen, Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas

Learn from some of the best investigative journalism instructors in the United States. This massive open course is entirely online. Anyone from anywhere in the world can take this MOOC for free. The course opens on May 12, 2014 and ends June 15, 2014. It aims to provide journalists, media practitioners and the general public with knowledge about conducting investigative reporting. Students will be introduced to professional reporting techniques, ethical considerations and effective presentation of the investigative story. The course is taught by four experts in the area of investigative journalism: Brant Houston, Steve Doig Michael Berens and Lise Olsen.

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  • 12 May 2014, 5 weeks
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  • Language: English Gb

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