- Assessment and monitoring 38 case studies
- Classroom experiments, games and role-play 28 case studies
- Classroom practice and student engagement 61 case studies
- Curriculum and content 46 case studies
- Employability and entrepreneurship 14 case studies
- Inclusivity 4 case studies
- Internationalisation 6 case studies
- Large-group teaching 7 case studies
- Learning approaches (e.g. PBL) 23 case studies
- Lecturer diaries 8 case studies
- Online learning 69 case studies
- Research and teaching 11 case studies
- Small-group teaching 9 case studies
- Teaching assistants and new lecturers 7 case studies
- Video case studies 4 case studies
Share your own Experiences
One of the potential barriers to adopting new approaches to teaching is a lack of evidence as to what works.
To counter this, this section of our Web site is dedicated to collating examples of innovative learning and teaching methods. Each case study focuses on a particular innovation and consists of a brief description that will address the following questions:
- What was its purpose?
- How was it integrated into the curriculum?
- How did it work?
- What problems were encountered?
- How did the students respond?
If you would like your own work to be showcased, please contact Martin Poulter at the Network.
|Ideas Bank||Journal publication, e.g. IREE|
|Short case studies (usually 2–4 pages; 500–1,500 words)||Fully developed papers|
|Light copy-editing if necessary||Full peer review|
|Accepting submissions from university educators describing practice they have used in teaching economics||Significant proportion of submissions rejected|
|Rapid publication: often within a week||Review and publication process can take months|
|Are sometimes cited, but do not automatically appear in citation databases||Will be given a Digital Object Identifier and be indexed by citation databases|
|No charge to authors or readers||Might be published behind a paywall or incur an open access charge|
It is possible to publish an idea as a short case study and develop it later into a full paper.
Video case studies
We are now accepting case studies in video format. We publish them with a transcript generated by editing YouTube's automatic subtitles. See an example.
The content needs to be more than just a "quick tip" of how to use a technology. This is an opportunity to demonstrate something you do with software or with a web site, but you need to describe a practice that you have used in university education of economics and how it benefits students.
You need to make the video file available to us for posting on the Economics Network YouTube channel or post it on your own YouTube channel, non-monetised. (Here is how to turn off monetisation for a video).