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Case Studies

Using Case Studies

Are library case studies available for free?
Yes. Electronic and print library case studies are available for free to GBC faculty, staff, and students. 

How do I check for case study copyright allowances and restrictions?
See Checking Copyright Usage for electronic resources, or contact the library or Copyright Services.

How do I add the library's electronic case studies to Blackboard?
Use the Library Reading List Builder.

Where are print case studies located in the library?
Harvard Business Review case studies, which are only available to the library in print due to licensing restrictions, are available for 3-hour loans from the circulation desk at St. James Campus library. Full list of HBR case studies in the library.

Are teaching notes available for SAGE Business Cases?
Yes, teaching notes are available to faculty. Please contact your liaison librarian for access.

Case Study Research and Instruction

Liaison librarians provide custom classroom instruction, individual and group faculty and instructor instruction, and research assistance. If you are interested in case study-related research, instruction, or tutorials, please contact the librarian responsible for your subject area.

Requesting Case Studies

Harvard Business Review
To request a specific HBR case study be added to the library collection, please contact your liaison librarian. Note that due to licensing restrictions, the library is permitted to purchase HBR case studies in print only. 

Ivey Case Studies
The library is currently investigating whether Ivey case studies are licensed to permit library purchase and use.

Other Case Studies 
Please contact your liaison librarian to inquire about purchasing other case studies. 

Further Questions

For additional questions, assistance with finding case studies, or to set up faculty, instructor, or student library instruction on case studies, please contact your liaison librarian.