Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Course Catalog Seat Licenses.
Purchasing seat licenses provides access to all courses in this growing catalog that include:
Learn about basic algebra and calculus principles and techniques to use when solving practical math, artificial intelligence, data science and engineering problems. Apply this new knowledge while working on a variety of algebraic and calculus exercises.
Gain a fundamental understanding of the limitations and vulnerabilities of AI to help keep these technology solutions secure at work. Learn about the real risk of “bad actors”—both in the U.S. and around the globe—leveraging AI and machine learning to the potential detriment to national security.
Learn how to create effective data visualizations to tell powerful stories in support of decision making. Walk through different options to graphically share data insights and ensure that data products are visually compelling and not misleading.
Delve into the data management process and how to prepare data for use and interpret outputs for informed, data-driven decisions. Understand the key components and reasoning behind the DoD Data Strategy—guidelines for the implementation of data-related solutions across the DoD and military services.
Acquire critical, foundational knowledge on AI and machine learning. Learn about the different types of AI and machine learning and how they work. Explore the components of, and reasoning behind, the DoD AI Strategy—the guidepost and pathway for the adoption of AI solutions across the entire DoD enterprise.
Understand what responsible AI is and why strong ethical considerations must be considered in the design and deployment of these technology solutions. Become familiar with the five DoD ethical AI principles and their application to the AI lifecycle.
Delve into the design thinking process and how to utilize it to address AI-related challenges “on the job” and in support of mission or business requirements.. Learn about the fundamental concepts of design thinking to utilize when deliberating challenges with a focus on the end user.
Explore how the DoD is embracing AI and the power of these technology solutions in supporting Department mission areas by reviewing a variety of real-world case studies.
Intelligence Community Course Catalog Seat Licenses
Purchasing seat licenses provides access to all courses in this catalog that include:
Gain foundational knowledge about the Intelligence Community. Learn about its origins and member agencies and organizations and the roles each play in supporting national security.
Demystify, discuss and acquire critical thinking techniques in an intelligence analysis context. Understand how to draw connections to one’s own work experiences by analyzing and critiquing case studies. Aligned to the Defense Intelligence Agency Certified Defense All-Source Analyst Certification Body of Knowledge Topic Area 4 – Creative and Critical Thinking.
Learn about the importance of creative thinking in intelligence analysis and two fundamental techniques: brainstorming and outside-in thinking. Participate in several activities using a real-world case study to practice applying creative thinking techniques when solving an intelligence problem. Aligned to the DIA CDASA Certification Body of Knowledge Topic Area 4 – Creative and Critical Thinking.
Explore a variety of foundational structured analytic technique topics. Learn about the “art and science” of intelligence analysis, the differences between intuitive and structured approaches, how structuring can impact thinking and beyond. Aligned to the DIA CDASA Certification Body of Knowledge Topic Area 5 – Structured Analytic Techniques. Part one in a four-part learning series.
Learn why it is absolutely critical to structure analysis to improve intelligence work. Gain the basic skills and knowledge required to produce logically sound, descriptive intelligence analyses. Aligned to the DIA CDASA Body of Knowledge Topic Area 5 – Structured Analytic Techniques. Part two in a four-part learning series.
Delve into the key assumption check and information check techniques. Understand how both can help to evaluate the validity and relevance of evidence and arguments in preparation for hypothesis testing. Aligned to the DIA CDASA Certification Body of Knowledge Topic Area 5 – Structured Analytic Techniques. Part three in a four-part learning series.
Become a more skilled intelligence analyst by mastering diagnostic techniques. Understand how to rank and make choices and decisions more deliberately by understanding how to apply diagnostic techniques to identify indicators. Aligned to the DIA CDASA Certification Body of Knowledge Topic Area 5 – Structured Analytic Techniques. Part four in a four-part learning series.
Obtain new knowledge about the basic forms of evidence—the critical ingredient of intelligence analysis—and how to properly evaluate that information in your work. Discover what credibility evidence must possess, the necessity of evidence-based probabilistic conclusions and more.
Learn why properly organizing, or marshaling, evidence is a key component to intelligence analysis work. Review the nine marshaling evidence techniques and practice using them when solving an intelligence problem.
Examine the foundational principles of the electromagnetic spectrum. Offered through a content partnership with PatchPlus Consulting. Part of the FedLearn spectrum warfare learning series.
Explore the fundamental principles and technology of communications. Offered through a content partnership with PatchPlus Consulting. Part of the FedLearn spectrum warfare learning series.
Investigate key aspects of low observable concepts—the technology used in the production of stealth aircraft and counter-stealth techniques. Offered through a content partnership with PatchPlus Consulting. Part of the FedLearn spectrum warfare learning series.
Learn how to write for intelligence analysis as described in the DIA Analytic Tradecraft Notes. Gain new knowledge in writing high-value, high-quality intelligence deliverables that meet, or exceed, the needs of customers and, importantly, gain their attention. Part one in a three-part learning series
Delve into the first four ATSs—considered the foundation for reviewing intelligence analytic products per IC Directive 203, Analytic Standards, and ICD 206, Sourcing Requirements for Disseminated Analytic Products. Learn how to apply the standards to deliverables. Part two in a three-part learning series.
Explore the last five (of the nine) ATSs—deemed the basis for assessing intelligence analytic deliverables per ICD 203 and ICD 206. Understand how to apply the standards to analytic products. Part three in a three-part learning series.
Gain new knowledge on critical intelligence and defense-related topics with a minimal investment of time. Most of this growing asset library is available at no cost to registered FedLearn learners and all micro-courses are included when purchasing FedLearn IC catalog seat licenses. A small sampling of our micro-courses are:
Developed by FedLearn content Partner, Dr. Brian Urlacher of the University of North Dakota.
Developed by Dr. Urlacher of UND.
Developed with publicly available information from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Developed by Dr. Urlacher of UND
Developed with publicly available information from the U.S. Army.
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