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Case Study Links

  • Kinzie, M., Grogan, M., and McGowan, S. (1999) Zero Tolerance in Layne County
    A case providing current and future school administrators experience with the application of Zero Tolerance policies, and with related political and educational issues.

  • Waterman, M., Stanley, E., Soderberg, P., and Jungck, J.R. (1998) Kingdoms Entangled: Molecules, Malaria, and Maize.
    BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium.   [Retrieved 3/1/98]
    Research and research-like case studies designed to generate open-ended problem solving in the secondary and undergraduate biology classroom.

  • CaseNet
    Active Learning in International Affairs Section (ALIAS) of the International Studies Association   [Retrieved 3/1/98]
    A World Wide Web site for teachers interested in the use of the case method in International Affairs.

  • Case Studies In Small Animal Cardiovascular Medicine [Retrieved 11/12/01]
    Research case studies for continuing education in veterinary medicine.


Publications

  • Ertmer, P.A., & Quinn, J. (Eds.). (In press). The ID CaseBook: Case studies in Instructional Design (2nd. ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Merrill/Prentice Hall.

  • Julian, M.F., Kinzie, M.B., Larsen, V.A. (2000) Compelling Case Experiences: Performance, Practice and Application for Emerging Instructional Designers 13(3). Performance Improvement Quarterly. p. 164-201.

  • 1999 AECT Paper: Compelling Case Experiences: Challenges for Emerging Instructional Designers

  • Welty, W.M., & Silverman, R. (1997).
    Case Method Bibliography.
      [Retrieved 2/28/98]
    Pace University Center for Case Studies in Education

  • Kinzie, M.B., Hrabe, M.E., Larsen,V.A., (1998). An instructional design case event: Exploring issues in professional practice. 46(1) Educational Technology Research and Development p. 53-71.

  • 1997 AECT Paper: Exploring Professional Practice Through an Instructional Design Team Case Competition

  • Ertmer, P.A., Newby, T.J., & MacDougall, M. (1996). Students' approaches to learning from case-based instruction: The role of reflective self-regulation. American Educational Research Journal, 33(3), 719-752.

  • Ertmer, P.A., & Quinn, J. (Eds.). (1998). The ID CaseBook: Case studies in Instructional Design. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Merrill/Prentice Hall.

  • Ertmer, P.A., & Russell, J.D. (1995). Using case studies to enhance instructional design education. Educational Technology, 35(4), 23-31.

  • Graf, D. (1991). A model for instructional design case materials. Educational Technology Research & Development, 39(2), 81-88.

  • Kovalchick, A., Hrabe, M. E., Julian, M. F., & Kinzie, M. B. (in press). Future trends: Constructing ID Case Studies for Use via the World-Wide Web In P. Ertmer & J. Quinn (Eds.), Instructional Design Casebook. Columbus, OH: Prentice-Hall.

  • Kinzie, M. B., Larsen, V. A., & Kent. T. W. (1996, June). On-line Learning Via Real-Time Discussion of Web-based Case Materials. Proceedings of the Internet Society (INET), Montreal.

  • Larsen, V. A., Kinzie, M. B., McNergney, R. F., Kent T. W., Herbert, J.M. & Becker, F.J. (1996, March). Project Cape Town: Designing a Case Study for the WWW. Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Conference of the Society for Technology and Teacher Education (SITE 96), Phoenix, AZ.

  • Larsen, V. A., Kent T. W., Becker, F.J., McNergney, R. F., Kinzie, M. B.& Herbert, J.M. (1996, April). Project Cape Town: Usage of a Multimedia Case on the World-Wide Web. Paper presented at the 1996 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York.

  • Lindeman, B., Kent, T., Kinzie, M., Larsen, V., Ashmore, L., & Becker, F. (1995, October). Exploring cases on-line with virtual environments. Paper presented at the Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) conference, Indianapolis.