FedLearn Introduces Defense and Intelligence Analysis Micro-Courses
Feb. 28 2023
Alexandria, VA, Feb. 28, 2023—FedLearn, the first-to-market, online, artificial intelligence-powered learning solutions provider offering content specialized and contextualized to federal government mission areas, particularly in the U.S. Department of Defense and Intelligence Community, announces the launch of a micro-course series on defense and intelligence analysis topics.
The online, self-paced micro-courses provide new knowledge and skills on a particular topic with only a small investment of time. The courses can include a variety of elements, including instructional videos, practical exercises, discussion questions and other social-learning opportunities and graded quizzes. After successfully completing all course requirements, learners can download certificates of completion.
The micro-courses currently available are:
- Forecasting in Intelligence Analysis (ICAT126) – Developed by FedLearn content partner, Dr. Brian Urlacher, department chair, political science and public administration, University of North Dakota
- Intelligence Preparation for the Battlefield (ICJI111) – Developed with publicly available information from the U.S. Army
- IPB Step 1: Define the Operational Environment (ICJI112) – Developed with publicly available information from the Army
- IPB Step 2: Describe the Environmental Effects on Operations (ICJI113) – Developed with publicly available information from the Army
- IPB Step 3: Evaluate the Threat (ICJI114) – Developed with publicly available information from the Army
- IPB Step 4: Determine Threat Courses of Actions (ICJI115) – Developed with publicly available information from the Army
- Introducing Open Source Intelligence (ICCM112) – Developed by Urlacher
- Open Source Intelligence Methodology (ICCM113) – Developed by Urlacher
- Reverse IPB (ICJI116) – Developed with publicly available information from the Army
- Using Utility Analysis in Intelligence Analysis (ICAT125) – Developed by Urlacher
- What Is Geospatial-Intelligence? (ICCM110) – Developed with publicly available information from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
- What Is Human Geography? (ICCM109) – Developed with publicly available information from NGA
Additional micro-courses will be added on a regular basis moving forward. All courses, with the exception of those developed by Urlacher, are available at no cost to learners after they register on FedLearn.
“FedLearn continually strives to deliver meaningful and relevant content and fulfilling learner experiences in support of the mission and business requirements of our customers,” said Dr. J. Keith Dunbar, FedLearn founder and chief executive officer. “Learners today want to rapidly digest ‘bite-sized’ quantities of information, and our micro-courses perfectly accommodate this desire—delivering bits of critical national security information in minutes.”
The micro-courses are automatically included when purchasing a seat license for the entire FedLearn IC catalog or can be accessed separately. Special seat license pricing is available for federal government agency and contractor company enterprises, departments and teams. Details are available at fedlearn.com/seat-licenses.
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