What is it about?

Imagine you are an instructor at a business school. One morning, you receive a call informing you that your classes will go online starting tomorrow. You and your students have already created your Teams users. The Moodle platform that you have been using as support will become the primary space for your classes. What to do now? What to keep? What to change?

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Why is it important?

With this paper, we wanted to detect the opportunities and problems of online teaching with case studies. Case studies have always been used in a very dynamic way in business school classrooms. However, the Covid-19 pandemic made us all go online. So, what to do with the method? How to employ it better? How to achieve the same learning objectives from a virtual environment?

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In the paper, we compare the experience of two instructors from Colombia and the Dominican Republic. Now that we are going to hybrid environments, our experience can become a starting point for the practice of business school instructors and future research on the subject.

Professor Luis Demetrio Gomez Garcia
Universidad APEC

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This page is a summary of: Teaching with the case method: opportunities and problems since the COVID-19 pivot to online, Accounting Research Journal, May 2021, Emerald, DOI: 10.1108/arj-09-2020-0298.
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