Using the Casebook website
- How to do a keyword search
- How to do an advanced search
- How to receive automated updates for your area of interest (How to subscribe to an RSS feed)
Each case study belongs to multiple categories and sub-categories being asigned to a Faculty, one or more Learning and Teaching sub-categories etc.
You can search via the four main categories: Faculties, Learning and Teaching, VLE/Technology, and Project funding. Click on one of the categories in the main menu bar at the top of the web page.
- Enter one or more keywords into the search box at the top of the right hand side menu.
- When you are looking for a case study with a specific combination of sub-categories, e.g. from the Faculty of Arts which is also an example of Integrating research in to teaching, you can use the Advanced search option (link below the search box). Select the relevant sub-categories and if applicable enter keywords in the Search terms box.
- Click Search at the bottom of the page.
- You can then refine your search by selecting the Refine this search link located above the search result.
- Any Advanced search result includes a Subscribe to receive the latest results of this search link in the box above the search results list. Select this link.
- You will be prompted to add this link to the Feeds list on your browser. (Microsoft Internet Explorer: use ALT + C to view Favorites and Feeds; in Mozilla Firefox feeds are listed under Favorites).
- Select: Subscribe to this feed.
To create an advanced search feed including several categories, please contact us.
- Under Submit a case study on the right hand side menu, click the link Submit a case study to the casebook.
- Enter author details, case study details, select the appropriate categories and if you wish you can enter further categories that apply to your case study in the Case study keywords / tags box.
What we are looking for in a case study is a short overview of your project and the main insights in terms of learning and teaching practice you gained from it.
Each section should contain no more than 200 words.
- Overview: Describe the main points of your project. What did you do?
- Objectives: Why did you do it? What did you want to achieve?
- Implementation: How did you do it? How did it go? Where there any issues about planning? Did you need any extra resources/help?
- Reflections: Did it work? How did your student react? What was their feedback? What went especially well? Is there anything that could be improved?
- Other info./Links/Comments: Links to online resources. Other comments. if you have any materials that could be sent electronically (e.g screenshots, images, audio/video files) please email to email@example.com
Will my case study go live as soon as I submit it?
Casebook is moderated. Once you submit your case study, it will need approval by the website administration team. You will be informed when your case study has been published.
What is a tag?
A tag is a keyword. It serves as a category defined by the case study author. The keyword will be displayed in the Popular keywords box on the right hand side menu.