The objective of the Case Competition is to promote case method and encourage participants to write high quality teaching cases to enhance applied learning.
The details of the competition are as follows.
10 Sep - 15 Nov 2021
14 Dec 2021
Announcement of Results
28 Dec 2021
This case writing competition is open to all educators, researchers, administrators, practitioners, and students. The reviewers/judges of the case competition are not allowed to participate in this competition.
Each case will be judged based on the importance and innovativeness of the topic, its relevance to the theoretical concepts and frameworks, the general presentation of the case (structure, clarity, language etc.) and the extent to which it addresses the theme of “Embracing Change in an Era of Disruption”.
All accepted cases will be published in the SIT Institutional Research Repository (IRR) under CC BY license and assigned a DOI.
Submitted cases must be in English.
The cases must be in APA format and should be no more than 2,000 words (excluding references).
The submitted case must be based on a real business situation.
The case must be original work and has not been submitted to anywhere else or published in any other public forum.
The case must be submitted in Microsoft Word document format.
First Prize (one case):
The author(s) of the case will receive a single prize of 1,000 SGD, a certificate and one complimentary ALC 2022 conference registration for the lead author.
Second Prize (two cases):
The author(s) of each case will receive a single prize of 500 SGD, a certificate and one complimentary ALC 2022 conference registration for the lead author.
Third Prize (three cases):
The author(s) of each case will receive a certificate and one complimentary ALC 2022 conference registration for the lead author.
The winning cases will be announced in December 2021 and prizes will be awarded on Day 2 of the Applied Learning Conference 2022.
Case Writing Workshop
A specially organised case writing workshop will be conducted online by SIT CoLEAD (Centre for Learning Environment and Assessment Development) for all potential case writing competition participants. The workshop will be conducted on 7 October 2021, 2pm to 5.30pm. The workshop is complimentary and seats will be on a first-come-first-served basis. Please email email@example.com to register for the workshop.
We are pleased to invite Professor Mathews Nkhoma, Dean of School of Business and Management, RMIT University Vietnam, to facilitate the workshop. He will cover the following topics during the session:
Introduction of Case Study workshop
The Case Writing Process
Writing the Discussion Case