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Journal articles (2012), Journal of Computer Information Systems, 52 (3), pp. 71-81

Teaching Information Systems with Cases: An Exploratory Study

The case method is widely used in management education, including information systems education. Many case sources are available, along with several different case types and question types. The instructor often wonders what case teaching approach (case type and questions type) is the most appropriate to stimulate students’ involvement and learning. This research explores the effect of the case method on students’ involvement and learning, in an information systems course. Among the empirical results, we find that some case teaching approaches are more adapted to particular types of learning styles. Link to the article

PRAT, N. (2012). Teaching Information Systems with Cases: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 52(3), pp. 71-81.

Keywords : #Enseignement-des-systèmes-d'information, #Méthode-des-cas, #Recherche-empirique, #Style-d'apprentissage