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Answered By: Jeneen LaSee-Willemssen
Last Updated: Feb 09, 2015     Views: 103

  1. The National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science at http://sciencecases.lib.buffalo.edu/cs/ has some great resources. There are training resources (how to create and teach with case studies) as well as a collection of case studies. You could use the cases as idea generators. The cases themselves, however, are copyright protected.
  2. Library Resources:
    1. eBooks
      1. Check our eBooks via EBSCO collection for case study anthologies. Just search "case studies" and your topic keyword. Example: vaccination and case studies.
      2. If you don't find what you need/want, ask your School of Librarian to investigate the availability of case study resources in your area. S/he may be able to purchase materials that support your needs / the needs of your students.
    2. Articles
      1. Check an article database in your subject area and limit your search to case studies only.
      2. ProQuest databases & Case Study Limit example:
        1. Switch to Advanced Search and use the Document type limit (select Case Study)
          1. ProQuest's Case Study Limit in Document Type
        2. EBSCO databases & Case Study Limit
          1. Before conducing a search, scroll down a bit and
          2. Limit your results to Publication type "Case Study" (the limit option is below the search box)

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