The Public Policy labour market increasingly demands multifunctional and interdisciplinary skill sets, as well as professionals able to use them. To help meet this demand, we developed a set of open access online toolkits for students, alumni and anyone who wants to get acquainted with the skillset necessary for a career in Public Policy. This website offers a growing list of interactive toolkits, introducing methodologies and professional tools relevant for students and professionals in Public Policy and related disciplines.
Our toolkit project is co-financed by the Open and Online Education’ Incentive Scheme of the Dutch Ministry of Education, Science and Culture and SURF. All our toolkits are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0, which means that they can be viewed, distributed, and adapted freely if our authorship is acknowledged duly. We hope you will find them helpful and informative.
- Communicating Research through Blogs
- Communicating Research through Policy Briefs
- Ethics in Research
- Exploring Literature with Litoscope
- Geospatial Data Analysis
- Giving and Receiving Feedback
- Logical Framework Analysis
- Presenting Research in an Online Environment
- Remote Data Collection
- Stakeholder Analysis
- Structured Literature Review