Alexandria, VA, Feb. 10, 2022—FedLearn, the first-to-market online learning platform with content specialized and contextualized for the federal government and government contractor markets—particularly in the U.S. Department of Defense and Intelligence Community—today launched the course, Evaluating Evidence for Intelligence Analysis, designed specifically for any analyst working in the field of intelligence—including employees of both government and contractor organizations.
This self-paced, interactive course delves into:
- Definition and types of evidence
- Credentials of evidence
- Three questions to be answered about all evidence
- What must be done to establish the credibility of evidence
- What makes evidence relevant to a particular intel scenario
The course is the first in a three-part FedLearn series on evidence in intel analysis. Future course content will cover evaluating intel sources and marshalling evidence for intel analysis.
“The newest addition to the FedLearn course catalog is the only asynchronous offering available on the critical topic of evaluating evidence specifically for intel analysis,” said Dr. J. Keith Dunbar, FedLearn founder and chief executive officer, “The course is perfect for intel analysts at any stage of their careers—and is delivered in a cost-effective, efficient and scalable manner for our customers.”
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Michelle R. Snyder
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