Author: The Aspen Institute Center for Business Education
Source: The Aspen Institute Center for Business Education
CasePlace.org is a library of teaching resources designed for business school faculty, providing an array of teaching materials from a variety of publishers. The core material at CasePlace.org is our collection of business cases on topics including social, environmental and ethical issues in business. These cases are pre-screened according to our criteria and come from a number of content providers as well as individual submissions. Those interested in learning more about teaching with the case method or about writing cases can find additional material linked below.
Teaching and the Case Method:
How to Teach with Cases John Foran's UC Santa Barbara case method website, with many useful links.
Harvard material on "Teaching & the case method."
Harvard video: "Inside the HBS Case Method 2007."
Case Method: Darden School of Business, UVA Darden School of Business's introduction for students new to case learning.
Why I Use the Case Method to Teach Accounting Includes criteria for selecting good cases, developing a course outline, and evaluating student and teacher performance.
Learning by the Case Method For students new to case learning.
Christensen Center for Teaching & Learning at the Harvard Business School: Promoting excellence and innovation in case method teaching.
oikos Case Quarterly: Teaching Cases in Action Teachers share their experiences teaching innovative corporate sustainability and social entrepreneurship cases.
What makes an excellent case? A discussion, with guiding questions, from the oikos Case Writing Competition.
What makes an excellent teaching note? A discussion from the oikos Case Writing Competition.
NACRA Case Research Journal's Editorial Policy General guidelines for publishing cases with the North American
Case Research Association's journal, many of which are applicable to all case writing.
Society for Case Research Manuscript Guidelines Specific to the SCR but provides definitions of items to include, general considerations in case writing, and descriptions of suggested content.
The Ivey Case Writing Process Another good orientation to cases, particularly the short but useful sections on "What Makes a Good Case?" and "Case Writing Tips."
The Art and Craft of Case Writing A multidisciplinary guide in book format for those interested in a more comprehensive discussion of the case process.
Author(s): Plewa, C.; Quester, P.
Product Type: Cases
This paper discusses an innovative approach to the case method, called case development, and its preliminary assessment in a postgraduate marketing ethics course.