Open politics is a great place to share research in a way that is most useful to the public. Whether you are an expert or just curious about a topic, you can share what you've learned.
todo's for researchers in open politics
If you are interested in contributing to ongoing research being done at open politics, you can:
update the list of all issues:
- understand how issues become hot or cool?.
- understand which issues remain under which jurisdiction or agency mandate?
start positions on issues
- learn to use the IPA framework to make ideas clear and organized.
- learn to issue challenges and start issue debate pages when challenges clarify but fail to resolve
- master the especially wikinews.org?
- learn source?s: what does each know, and not know.
- using data and statistics, e.g. nationmaster?
- en: sourcewatch: research using the web
- check google rank? - then become a Google Scholar
- Understand evidence/source/authority and how to challenge source?s.
- refactor existing positions to be breif?, remove rhetoric, and add cite links.