Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Nov 25, 2018     Views: 2030

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

Add "case study" or "case studies" to a keyword that describes the subject that you're researching.  For example:

  • case study AND environmental remediation
  • case  studies AND management

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

To learn more about case study research, explore SAGE Research Methods.

Also, see the Entrepreneurship Program Guide, navigate to the Business Communication Tools tab and then select the section for Case Studies (see screen shot):


See also: How can I find case study articles about metaphors in organizations?


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