Introduction: Throughout this course, you will be working on a staged project researching a public policy issue as identified in your project proposal. At this point, you are being asked to present your findings and evaluation to your classmates and instructor.
Instructions: At this point, you will present your project to the instructor and your peers. Your presentation should include the following components:
- An introduction to the policy issue and its background
- Your methods and results from data collection
- An evaluation of the impact of this policy, as supported by your findings. Include in your evaluation about how you would score this policy on the Public Value
- Scorecard. If appropriate or relevant, consider including a Legitimacy and Support Perspective analysis of an Operational Capacity Perspective analysis as well
- Recommendations regarding this policy and why you are making the recommendations
- Conclusions based on your research, including any future research that may be needed
The Presentation should be 10-12 minutes in length. It should be narrated. Remember to be clear and professional in your delivery, as if you were delivering this to the appropriate governmental agency.
For some additional guidance on designing presentations, see the How to Design A Good PowerPoint Presentation page in this module. Remember that your presentation should be a narrated PowerPoint (or you may use Panopto or MoveNote). It helps to script what you are going to say before you narrate it.
You may submit your presentation as either a narrated PowerPoint or you may use Panopto or MoveNote to record it and submit this version. Instructions for recording your presentation as a video with these tools is available on the Recording a Presentation module page.