Who: Academics with interests in Southeast Asia who are currently employed at or affiliated with the University of Sydney
When: Friday 8 April 2022, from 11:00-12:00 (AEDT)
Where: Online via Zoom
SAGE Business Cases is a 4,000+ case collection that is indexed on Google Scholar and sold to academic libraries. Once a university library subscribes to the collection, all of its students, faculty, and alumni have free, unlimited access to the cases (though only authenticated faculty can view teaching notes).
Part of this collection are SAGE Originals—an elite collection of cases that are commissioned, developed, and published by SAGE on a wide variety of subject areas, from economic history to entrepreneurship, sustainability and social impact. All cases go through a double-blind peer review and developmental editing and include teaching notes, discussion questions, and learning outcomes.
“We focus on acquiring cases that—no matter the subject or academic level—ask students to think critically and apply history and theory to real-world situations,” SAGE notes. “We are also publishing cases that ask readers to consider different cultural contexts and economic perspectives.”
As an author, publishing your research as a case study with SAGE can offer you:
In this practical one-hour workshop, Professor Michele Ford and Raphael Jackson, Associate Editor of SAGE Business Cases, will take you through a range of tips for developing effective case writing and getting your case study published with SAGE.
Please note that attendance is strictly limited to academics at the University of Sydney.
To be eligible for this workshop, applicants must be: