Answered By: Kathleen Donovan Last Updated: Jun 30, 2016 Views: 118
Case studies can be difficult to locate, partly because they are often proprietary and require a purchase to view. Here are a few strategies for finding case studies related to education:
- Do a search for your topic words in the HOLLIS tab in HOLLIS+ or the 3-in-1 Education Articles, then add "case studies" as an additional search term ( teachers AND ethics AND "case studies") TIP: Select "Advanced Search" and search "case studies" as Subject terms.
- Search for your topic in the Journal of Case Studies in Education
- The Harvard Education Press offers cases in k12 and higher education for purchase
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