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Business Case Studies

Case studies in articles from library databases are available for all Webster users. Faculty may find other tabs helpful in finding teaching cases.

Business case databases

Teaching with the Sage Business Cases database

The Sage Business Cases database provides a growing collection of cases.  The search features allow one to find a case that is appropriate for your course. Below is an overview of the content and search tips.

Sage Business Cases database content overview

Search or browse for content

Enter keywords or phrases in the 'Search in Sage Business Cases' box on the main page.  Or, browse by subject, by content partner (e.g. Kellogg School of Management, SHRM, Haas School of Business) or by academic level.

Limit your results

From the results screen, you may search within results and/or limit by:

  • Content type
  • Subject (click the plus to expand the category)
  • Publication date
  • Keywords
  • *Teaching notes availability
  • Academic Level

Teaching notes

Faculty may access teaching notes by 1) creating your personal Sage profile and then 2) requesting that access to all teaching notes be open when you are logged into your profile.  Faculty may request access from the Business & Management Librarian or by completing the library's eResources form: http://libanswers.webster.edu/eResources/ask .  For all other users (e.g. students), the teaching notes are locked.

Ensuring that your students can access the case

To ensure that your students can access the case you wish them to read, please post a link to it in your World Classroom / Canvas course page. The link must include the library's proxy server address.  To capture the appropriate link, from the case record, copy the link labeled DOI, which looks something like this:  http://dx.doi.org.library3.webster.edu/10.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx .  The library3 part of the link is the proxy server; when clicked or copied and pasted into a web browser, the link should prompt your students to login to the library databases. 

Alternatively, you may download a PDF copy of a Sage case and post it to your World Classroom / Canvas course page.