Publications

Anthology

A Casemaker anthology with the working title Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century is published by Libri Publishing.

The anthology comprises chapters authored by an international panel of 25 expert practitioners in case based teaching and learning. Their experiences and insights span from traditional to innovative types of case based learning, some enabled by information and communications technologies and some focusing on face-to-face interactions. Accordingly the anthology looks beyond the much-admired Harvard approach to offer a predominantly European perspective in the area of case based teaching.

The book is available as a free ebook (pdf) of approximately 275 pages together with a collected bibliography which provides a very comprehensive review of the subject area. Readers can also obtain a hard copy by purchasing one from Libri Publishing’s website, www.libripublishing.co.uk.

The ebook also contains as an appendix the User Manual for the freely available Casemaker platform for supporting and enhancing case based teaching and learning. This User Manual is also offered as a free standalone version (pdf).

Click here to access the downloads of The Casemaker Anthology and the Casemaker User Guide via Libris’ homepage. Direct download here: Casemaker Anthology including the User Manual_2015

Book chapters

Book chapters in the anthology by the Casemaker community:

  • Courtney, N; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing. ISBN 978 1 909818 57 6
  • The Casemaker Software Development Team (2015). “The Casemaker Platform: User Manual”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 315: A1-A40
  • Courtney, N; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (2015). “Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century: an Introduction by the Editors”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 1-17
  • Dobozy, E. (2015). “Structured Controversy Cases in Theory and Practice”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 39-57
  • Duncan, N. (2015). “Representation: Objectivity and Artistry for Trainee Lawyers”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 171-197
  • Georgopoulos, V. & C. Stylios (2015). “The Use of Fuzzy Cognitive Maps for Learning and Development of Medical Case Learning Scenarios”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 257-275
  • Giannoukou, I.A. & C. Stylios (2015). “Case Based Learning Approaches Used in Business Schools in Western Greece: the Experiences, the Values, the Good Practices”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 101-119
  • Holtham, C. (2015). “Towards New Genres for 21st Century Business School Case Studies”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 121-136
  • Leigh, E. & K. Collier (2015). “Case Study as – and within – Simulation: a Mobius Loop for Analysis and Learning”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 81-100
  • Lowe, G.; D. Faniglione; M. Hetherington & L. Millard (2015). “Real World Cases in Virtual Environments: Blending Environments, Bringing Teacher Training to Life”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 199-220
  • Mattisson, O. & U. Ramberg (2015). “Strategies to Enhance Students’ Capabilities of Abstract Thinking – the Use of Cases in Different Learning Situations”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 59-79
  • McCracken, R. (2015). “Foreword”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp vii-xiii
  • Mondahl, M.; Svendsen L.P. & D. Horn (2015). “Students as Collaborators, Contributors and Co-creators”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 153-170
  • Muschal, T. (2015). “Didactic Categories for Organising Dimensions of Case Based Teaching”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 137-151
  • Palmer, G. & I. Iordanou (2015). “Exploring Cases Using Emotion, Open Space and Creativity”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 19-37
  • Petsios, S.; P. Karvelis & C. Stylios (2015). “ICT Tools and Approaches to Support and Enhance Case Based Learning”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 237-256
  • Poulsen, C. & S. Löfvall (2015). “Benefits of the Use of Video in Case Based Teaching”, in N. Courtney; C. Poulsen & C. Stylios (Eds.) (2015). Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. Faringdon, Oxfordshire: Libri Publishing, pp 221-235

Related publications

Case-based learning and teaching publications by partners involved with the Casemaker project:

  • Svendsen Pals, Lisbet (2014). “Using case in the ‘social software classroom’, pp. 137-160, chapter in Case-based learning in higher education, Libri Publishing, UK.
  • Poulsen, Christian & Löfvall, Steffen (2014) . “Video-supported case-based teaching”, pp. 161-176, chapter in Case-based learning in higher education, Libri Publishing, UK.
  • Mattisson, Ola & Ramberg, Ulf. (2013). “The LUSEM case method – an alternative approach? Reflections on hands-on learning and abstract thinking”. International Journal of Case Method Research & Application (2013) XXV, 2, ISSN 1554-7752