New Search Connects Professors with Cutting-Edge Teaching Cases

By IGI Global on Nov 18, 2011
Searching for teaching case studies on our Web site just got easier! Teaching cases provide real-world examples that help educators and students analyze recent situations together while working to build knowledge and comprehension of modern essential concepts in a way that engages all students. To become more familiar with IGI Global's Teaching Case Collection and to use this search function, visit

IGI Global offers more than 800 teaching cases on a variety of subjects, such as Educational Technologies, Business Technologies, and Social Technologies and Human-Computer Interaction. Our new search function allows you to narrow your search to find the perfect teaching case using a variety of criteria. You can now narrow your search by theme, industry, educational audience, region, and subject. The new search function also allows you to "layer" your preferences so that you can conduct the most efficient and quick search possible.

For example, a search for case studies on green initiatives, based in North America, and suitable for an Undergraduate or Graduate audience provides you with two case studies tailored for a classroom discussion on green business initiatives:

The Web page for each teaching case includes a "Sample PDF" link. This function allows you to read the first several pages of each teaching case directly on our website. To preview "Investing in an Energy Management System: The Case of Quality Care Nursing Home" please visit (pdf).

All teaching cases are now being offered for classroom use at a special student rate of $3.00 per case, per student! To learn more about our Teaching Case Collection and begin searching for the perfect case for your class, visit View the sample PDFs, and for an even more complete preview, professors across the globe can request a complimentary case study examination copy at!

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