Gina Vega, editor of The CASE Journal, and Rebecca Morris, past president of NACRA, are engaged in a long-term examination of the potential for incorporating technology into more traditional case writing formats, as well as the impact of technology on student learning. Their experiments have led them to some emergent theoretical perspectives which they wish to concretize with empirical results. The survey below will help them to get a better feel for what case users want vis-à-vis technology as well as some of the more critical concerns that students, instructors, and case purchasers express about the development and use of technological components in case learning.
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Please note that none of the fields on the survey are mandatory but we would appreciate it if you could provide as much information as possible.