Resources for Teaching with Case Studies
Repositories for Cases
Harvard Business Publishing for Educators (Business topics) http://cb.hbsp.harvard.edu/resources/marketing/multimedia/pcl/pcl_index.html
National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science (Science topics) http://sciencecases.lib.buffalo.edu/cs/
Stanford law School Case Studies Collection (Law topics)
University of California, Santa Barbra Case Method website (Sociology topics) http://www.soc.ucsb.edu/projects/casemethod/intro.html
Case Studies in Instructional Design and Technology (Instructional Design topics)
Online based-based biology for community colleges (biology/ecology topics)
-Cases designed for community college biology courses
-Created by workshop participants
The Case Program: Case Studies in Public Policy and Management by Harvard University and John F. Kennedy School of Government
Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (History topics)
Science Case Net (Sciences)
University of Washington’s Electronic Hallway (Public Administration, Public Policy topics)
Case Consortium at Columbia (journalism topics)
University of Southern California’s Center for Excellence in Teaching (Various topics)
Related teaching articles & Websites
ABCs of Case Teaching (USC Center for Excellence in Teaching)
Teaching with Case Studies (Stanford University 1994)
The Case Method and the Interactive Classroom (Foran, 2001, NEA Higher Education Journal)
Investigative Cases (Focus on Geoscience/Science)
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