As the Coronavirus causes the usual delivery of programmes around the world to be disrupted, we at The Case Centre are working hard to support you, the students, through this period of uncertainty.
We understand that adapting to solely learning online during this difficult time can be a big challenge for many.
We believe it is vital that the case community, including students, comes together to share experiences and best practices. Moving to learning (with cases) online quickly may provide different challenges, but with this support we can help you have the most positive learning experience possible.
One of the key benefits of the case method is its ability to engage students, and this naturally lends itself to increasing the interactivity of online sessions.
To support you we will be curating a list of relevant resources. The list below will be updated with new resources as they’re produced.
If you have written, or if you see, a relevant resource on these topics, please let us know and we'll add it to the list and share it via our social media channels.
- Learning with Cases: An Interactive Study Guide
The Case Centre.
- Getting the Most Out of Your eLearning Course: 10 Study Tips for Online Learners
Christopher Pappas, published by eLearning Industry, 10 June 2015.
- 8 Strategies for Getting the Most Out of an Online Class
Northeastern University, 4 February 2019.
- Tips for Studying Online and at Home for University Students
Seeta Bhardwa, published by Times Higher Education, 17 March 2020.
- Those Students You’re Teaching Online? They’re Coping, Too
Harvard Business Publishing Education, 7 April 2020.
Tips from educators
Here you can find some hints and tips from world leading educators and schools, to help you with your online learning in general, but which can also be applied to online case classes.
What are your experiences?
We want to hear from you about your online case class experiences. What did you gain from the class? What did you find challenging? Any other tips you can pass on to fellow students?
Please contact us via email@example.com and we’ll share your comments on this page and across social media.
"Today I had my first online class at #INSEAD. After some anxiety and many doubts about what the quality of future classes would be from now on, we were surprised by an incredibly interactive and motivating class, which proves that traditional formats can and must be challenged by technology and this is the time to make it happen. Pierre Chandon nailed it with such an interesting case study! #brandmanagement #marketing #burgerking"
Carolina Pacheco Libório, student at INSEAD