Tactical, Operational & Strategic Analysis of Markets, Competitors & Industries
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A great opportunity for those who missed one of Annual Conference's most popular sessions! Description & Deck Link below... This interactive session will identify emerging roles for librarians/information professionals as intelligence analysts , open source specialists, & cyber intelligence analysts. The workshop will dissect job descriptions for IAs, compare the competencies of librarians & IAs, & explore training opportunities such as the open source specialist certificate. Reforms in the intelligence community & enhanced recognition of the value of open source/unclassified information (OSINT) can provide new opportunities for you.
Session objectives include: Sharing information about how librarians can make the transition to IAs in the intelligence community; analyzing IA , outlining differences between LIS & IA résumés, discussing analytical tradecraft associated with IAs; & highlighting opportunities for librarians/information professionals & SLA.
Presentation Handouts: https://www.sla.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/ LibrariansIntelligenceAnalysts_Reid.pdf or http://www.slideshare.net/SLADGI/librarians-as-intelligence-analysts-reid
Dr Edna F Reid holds a Doctorate from USC, a Master's degree from the University of Maryland, & a postgraduate certificate in management information systems from American University. She is a member of several professional associations & a founding member of SCIPSgp. She served as a Research Scientist in the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory & Hoffman E-Commerce Laboratory at the University of AZ, Tucson from 2003 - 2006. She was an Associate Professor with Nanyang Business School, NTU, Singapore & the president of the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals Singapore (SCIPSgp). Formerly, she was an entrepreneur with an Internet start-up in Malaysia. In 1993, she joined the School of Computer Engineering, Division of Information Studies, NTU. Her areas of specialization & research are competitive intelligence, web mining & eLearning systems.
Prior to coming to Asia, Edna was at the School of Communications, Library & Information Services, Rutgers University, US. In 1990, she was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, where she conducted research in terrorism information services. Before Silicon Valley, Edna was a senior systems analyst & data analyst team leader at private enterprises in Germany & Northern VA. She has analytical experience in the intelligence community. Edna's research explores a new competitive intelligence methodology for conducting web link to identify & analyze an enterprise's non-customer communities.
She has a book chapter entitled 'Detecting & Analyzing Hidden Online Communities' in a forthcoming book entitled ICT in Competitive Intelligence, Idea Press, 2004 & she has developed an eLearning toolkit & collaborative assessment system for harnessing your information intelligence skills.