Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Jun 06, 2023     Views: 27091

"Case studies are stories. They present realistic, complex, and contextually rich situations and often involve a dilemma, conflict, or problem that one or more of the characters in the case must negotiate." (Read more from the Eberly Center at Carnegie Mellon University

A good way to locate case studies is to do a keyword search in one or more of the library's databases or try searching using the Everything search in the library website.

Try adding case study or case studies to your search.  Examples:

  • case study AND environmental remediation
  • case  studies AND management
  • "case studies" AND airlines
  • "case studies" AND management

Not sure which database to search?  Click here for tips.

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