This 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 communication 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.Case Based Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century captures 275 pages of expert knowledge together with a collected bibliography which provides a very comprehensive review of the subject area. It also contains as an appendix the User Maual for the freely available Casemaker platform for supporting and enhancing case based teaching and learning.
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