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Student Resources

As a Business Technology Management student, you have access to a variety of student resources and support that will help you develop your professional and academic skills.

Living in a Fishbowl or Not: The Role of Transparency and Privacy in Creative Dialogues on Enterprise Social Media 

Harnessing the power of social media analytics and cutting-edge machine learning techniques, BTM Professor Dr. Burcu Bulgurcu explores the profound impact of group transparency and privacy on creativity and transformative breakthroughs in organizations. 

To learn about social media analytics, machine learning and AI in business, and information privacy:

ITM 795: Social Media Analytics

ITM 740: AI in Business

ITM 820:  IS Security and Privacy 

Stay tuned for an upcoming course in 2023/2024 - ITM751: Natural Language Processing for Business!

Academic Success Centre

The Academic Success Centre supports students by promoting learning strategies and study skills that lead to academic success. Peer-assisted and one-on-one tutoring is offered for a variety of courses, including many ITM courses.

For more information about the services provided and tutoring schedules, visit the Academic Success Centre website.

Business Career Hub

The Business Career Hub provides TRSM students and alumni with support, workshops and events related to skills development and career assessment.

You may also book a one-on-one appointment with Raymond Holganza, a Career Consultant with a specialized focus in Business Technology Management.

Visit the Business Career Hub website for more information.

Exchange Opportunities

Study abroad and immerse yourself in another culture. Take advantage of all the world has to offer, while learning new perspectives and gaining valuable intercultural communication skills.

Student Learning Support

Student Learning Support (SLS) is a group of services and programs aimed at helping students engage more effectively in their academic studies. SLS offers individual support and group sessions in the following areas:

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Student Groups

Make lifelong professional and personal connections by joining a student group. Gain experience and skills through exciting networking events, case competitions, and innovative experiential learning challenges.

There are over 30 student groups alone under the Ted Rogers Students' Society (external link)  and almost 100 university-wide. Explore these program-specific groups:

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