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New for 2016: submit your case online

Online case submission

We’ve made it even faster and easier to publish your case and make it available worldwide.

The Case Centre’s brand new online submission service enables individual authors* to submit cases and other teaching materials to us with minimum fuss and maximum speed. 

Fast and efficient

Online case submissionDesigned to be user-friendly, this exciting development means your case will be registered quickly and efficiently, making it available in our collection to potential buyers across the globe, usually within days.

Added features

When your case is registered and available in our collection, you will be able to login and:

  • view reports on educator preview copy downloads and orders placed for your products
  • download master copies of your materials. 

Publicising your casePublicising your case

As an added benefit, we will help you publicise your case to a global audience via our monthly email updates which go to over 35,000 subscribers: your case will be included as a recent addition to our collection. It’s great free publicity!

Support and backup

Our fantastic publishing team is looking forward to working with you in 2016 and will be happy to deal with any queries or questions you have when using our online submission service. You will be able to contact the team via phone (+44 (0)1234 756401) or email (content@thecasecentre.org) during office hours. You’ll love our online service, but we still love to talk too!

Business as usual for case collections…

*Please note, this service is for individual case authors only. We will continue to register case collection items in the usual way.
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  • managing the classroom process
  • the case writing process
  • developing a teaching note

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