Free webinar - A Student Guide to Getting Started with Cases

16h-17h (BST), Wednesday 30 September 2020

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Male student at a laptop discussing a case Are you new to learning with cases? Or are you switching to using cases online for the first time?

Sign up for this free webinar to get a head start in your case classes.


About this free webinar

During the webinar you will be introduced to the case method. You will also hear useful tips and tricks to help you get the most out of learning with cases. These techniques are suitable for students learning with cases on any programme around the world.

Participants will discover:

  • the benefits of learning with cases
  • what faculty expect from students in a case session
  • the key ingredients of online and face-to-face case classes
  • how to spot opportunities to make a difference in a case discussion
  • signposts to other essential learning with cases resources.

The webinar will include a Q&A session. 

About the presenters

Antoinette Mills and Scott AndrewsThe webinar will be hosted by Antoinette Mills from The Case Centre, and led by case expert, Scott Andrews.

Scott is a Principal Lecturer in Leadership and Head of Department for Marketing and Enterprise at the University of Worcester’s Business School; where he is also Programme Leader for Executive Education. A keen case teacher and writer, Scott has been a workshop tutor for The Case Centre since 1996, and has delivered case teaching, writing and learning workshops to private, public sector, academic and corporate clients across the globe.

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Places on this webinar are limited so we advise signing up early to avoid disappointment.

Accessing the webinar

The webinar will be run using Zoom. Registered participants will receive an email two days before the webinar with a link to join the session. A link to the recording will also be provided to registered participants after the event.

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Please contact Kate Cook with any queries relating to this webinar.
 
Kate Cook Kate Cook
Training and Events Manager
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