Guidelines for Preparing and Presenting Open Space Presentations

  1. Choose an interesting issue suitable for public policy analysis.
  2. Collect sufficient information to be able to explain the structure and relevant context of a corresponding public policy problem.
  3. Decide about the appropriate theory/ies suitable for policy analysis.
  4. Apply selected theory/ies to your case and critically assess its/their strengths and weaknesses.
  5. Compile a concise power point presentation (up to 10 slides, including resources) and send it back for approval. You will be informed about the result in due time.
  6. If approved, present it in the classroom in about 15 minutes, followed by discussion.
  7. Consider updating your presentation before its publication in Moodle.

 Note: Consider to have a look at chapters B2, B3 and B4 of Public Policy textbook for inspiration how to apply public policy theories.