Join award-winning former broadcast journalist and BCIT graduate Mike Killeen for a series of courses designed to help participants become better hunters and gatherers of information they can use in a broad range of areas.
In the Investigative Research program, students learn how to take a deep dive into harvesting and digesting information for news stories, podcasts, presentations, research papers, or a thesis.
Discover how searches, sources, statistics, and interview subjects can be a treasure trove of valuable material.
Although there will be an appeal for current journalism school applicants and journalists working in radio, television, and other news platforms, the broad application of the research tools being taught will apply to podcasters, thesis writers, authors, and other students whose studies require research papers.
Mary Kay Thurston
Part-Time Studies Coordinator, Broadcast & Media Communications
604-432-8668 | Mary_Kay_Thurston@bcit.ca
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