Social Network Intelligence

Objectivos

The course aims to introduce students to the importance of managing data, information, and knowledge effectively in a contemporary knowledge-based society, where social networks, geographic information, and technology play fundamental roles in the successful evolution of intelligence and information management. 

Caracterização geral

Código

400036

Créditos

4.0

Professor responsável

Guilherme Hidalgo Barata Martins Victorino

Horas

Semanais - A disponibilizar brevemente

Totais - A disponibilizar brevemente

Idioma de ensino

Português. No caso de existirem alunos de Erasmus, as aulas serão leccionadas em Inglês

Pré-requisitos

non aplicable

Bibliografia

Kilduff, M. & Tsai, W. (2003). Social networks and organizations. Sage Publications Ltd.

Grant, Kenneth A. (eds.) (2011). Case Studies in Knowledge Management for Researchers, Teachers and Students. Academic Publishing International.

Omand, D. (2009) ¿Intelligence Secrets and Media Spotlights: Balancing Illumination and Dark Corners¿, in Dover, R. and M. Goodman (eds.), 

Spinning Intelligence: Why Intelligence Needs the Media, Why the Media Needs Intelligence, the United Kingdom: C.Hurst and Co. Ltd, pp. 37-56

Omand, D., Bartlett, J. and C. Miller (2012) ¿Introducing Social Media Intelligence (SOCMINT)¿, Intelligence and National Security

Heuer, R.J. (1999) ¿Psychology of Intelligence Analysis¿. Washington, D.C., Center for the Study of Intelligence (available at https://www.cia.gov/library/center-for-the-study-of-intelligence/csipublications/books-and-monographs/psychology-of-intelligence-analysis/)

Lowenthal, M.M. (2015) Intelligence: From Secrets to Policy (6th Edition). Washington, DC, CQ Press

National System for Geospatial Intelligence (NSG): ¿Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Basic Doctrine, Publication 1.0 ¿, 2018. Washington, DC, (available at https://www.nga.mil/ProductsServices/Pages/GEOINT-Basic-Doctrine-Publication.aspx)

NRC (National Research Council) (2007) ¿Successful Response Starts with a Map: Improving Geospatial Support for Disaster Management¿. Washington, DC, National Academies Press (available at http://www.nap.edu/download.php?record_id=11793)

Tuathail, G.O., Dalby, S., and Routledge, P. (2003). The Geopolitics Reader (2nd Edition). London, Routledge (disponível emhttp://frenndw.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/geopol-the-geopolitics-reader.pdf)

Método de ensino

Workshop-oriented classes, lectures, project-based learning, case studies, weekly challenges, quizzes.

Método de avaliação

Final Grade Calculation

First Call

Second Call

Assignment 1

30%

30%

Assignment 2

30%

30%

Exam

40%

40%

Conteúdo

Curricular unit content:

  1. From Data to Knowledge. Fundamentals of Knowledge Management 
  2. Fundamentals of Social Media and SOCMINT
  3. Fundamentals of Social Network Analysis
  4. Introduction to Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT)
  5. GEOINT Sources and Data collection strategies
  6. Geospatial Intelligence Analytical Techniques
  7. GEOINT Products and Communication
  8. GEOINT Technology Seminar