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Introductory Intellectual Property Training

This training created by University of Dayton Law School and AFRL provides real-world application of IP and data rights legal techniques and procedures taught by prominent legal experts and IP practitioners. This five-hour, online training is interactive and chunked into one-hour learning modules. The training is self-paced with a six week period to complete.  See the Program Brochure.  Watch the Video Overview.       

Ivy League Online Courses

All 8 Ivy League schools are offering courses for free online. There are over 450 active offerings! Included are courses in the following categories: Computer Science, Data Science, Programming, Humanities, Business, Art & Design, Science, Social Sciences, Health & Medicine, Engineering, Mathematics, Education & Teaching and Personal Development. Access these courses here.  

DoD Civilian Credentialing Opportunities Online

COOL is a new one-stop shop for identifying civilian credentials that may increase on-the-job effectiveness and enhance your career. The website allows you to search on a federal occupation series to identify certifications/licenses pertinent to that career field. To find out more, access the catalog of courses



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