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Access

As a Yale student, faculty or staff member, how can I access Yale School of Management cases?

All Yale NetID users have open access to our complete library of materials.  Visit our case directory, navigate to any case listing and follow the NetID link under Case Access.

Yale SOM faculty and students can consult the SOM Portal for more information.

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Do Yale alumni also have access?

Provided you have a Yale NetID, yes, all Yale alumni can peruse our cases! Visit our case directory, navigate to any case listing and follow the NetID link under Case Access.

If you would like to stay current with new case releases and other CRDT news, please subscribe to our newsletter.

Can Global Network for Advanced Management faculty and students gain access?

Yes, all Yale SOM case studies are freely available for faculty and students of schools affiliated with the Global Network for Advanced Management.  For more information, please contact us case.access at yale.edu.

To see what's available, we encourage you to visit our case directory and learn more about specific cases by reviewing their listings.

If you are Global Network faculty and want to collaborate with us, please email case.access at yale.edu with a brief overview of your idea. Our Director will set up an initial call to discuss the dilemma, the perspectives for the case, and any resources we might be able to share.

You may also want to consult the For Educators section of this page below.

And if you would like to stay current with new case releases and other CRDT news, please subscribe to our newsletter.

I am an educator, but not affiliated with Yale or the Global Network, can I still use Yale SOM cases?

Absolutely.  All of our cases are available for individual or bulk purchase through the Yale Management Media store.

You may also want to consult the For Educators section of this page below.

And if you would like to stay current with new case releases and other CRDT news, please subscribe to our newsletter.

Can I access Yale SOM case studies through my institution?

If your institution subscribes to SAGE Business Cases, you can access many of our raw and cooked cases by visiting http://sk.sagepub.com/cases.

I am neither an educator nor affiliated with Yale or theGlobal Network, how do I gain access?

We encourage you to browse and purchase cases from the Yale Management Media store. Our cases have been used to support a variety of learning initiatives, including executive education programs, consulting, and corporate development projects. Cases are also excellent resources for lifelong learners.  Contact case.access at yale.edu for individualized recommendations.

If you would like to stay current with new case releases and other CRDT news, please subscribe to our newsletter.

Do you have any freely available raw cases?

Yes! All of our Design and Social Enterprise cases are public thanks to a grant from William Drenttel and the Winterhouse Institute via the Rockefeller Foundation.

Use the link above to open our case directory, navigate to any case listing, and follow the link under Case Access.

For Educators

Are there teaching notes for Yale SOM cases?

Yes, some of our cooked cases have teaching notes.  Because raw cases integrate many different domains and themes within a single case, as many as six or seven different lesson plans may be possible. Indeed, raw cases can be used across multiple disciplines (e.g., as part of an Engineering or Management program). Due to this complexity, our raw cases do not yet include teaching notes.  For more info contact us at case.access at yale.edu.

I’m teaching a raw case, are there any resources available to help me prepare?

Yes, please visit our Educator Resources page for suggestions on how to get started and consider subscribing to our newsletter for occasional tips as well.

Interested faculty may also email us at case.access at yale.edu for a consultation.

Tech

Are there preferred browsers and devices for viewing raw cases?

Our case sites support all modern browsers and devices (which means we no longer support Internet Explorer).  That said, we recommend viewing our case sites with as large a screen as possible – at minimum, a tablet. If you do experience a technical issue, please email us at case.comments at yale.edu

I’d like to create my own raw case - how do I get started?

An open source version of our raw case authoring platform is available on GitHub. The best way to get started is for us to guide you through the creation of your first case. Email case.access at yale.edu for more info.

Contact

How can I get in touch with the CRDT?

The best way is to email us at case.access at yale.edu.