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From the publisher Prentice Hall: "This Hands-on Guide presents a structured framework to help you analyze case studies."
The Art and Craft of Case Writing by William NaumesFilled with helpful checklists, charts, and suggestions for further reading, this practical, comprehensive, and multidisciplinary guide takes readers through the entire case-writing process, including skills for writing both teaching cases and research cases. This edition includes new discussions of students as case writers, and how to interpret and respond to reviews, as well as updated and expanded material on video, multimedia and Internet cases.
Call Number: Online
Publication Date: 2011-01-01
Teaching and Learning with Cases by Laurence E. LynnThis guide to teaching and learning with the case method is for teachers, instructors, trainers and learners. The book is intended to be a practical, process-oriented guide to teaching, writing, and learning with cases, and covers the following: different meanings of the term case method; the practice of case teaching from basics to advanced tricks of the trade; curriculum planning; and case writing as the subject might be approached in a workshop.
Call Number: Online
Publication Date: 1999-01-01
The Case Study as Research Method by Yves-Chantal GagnonTeeming with practical examples, this guide promotes an integrated approach for carrying out a case study. With a background emphasis on how to ensure the reliability and validity of results, the different steps of this approach are detailed: assessing the appropriateness of a case study; preparation; selecting cases; data collection, analysis and interpretation; and reporting results