LibrarySearch is one place to start when looking for case studies. You can find specialised case study journals, books that include case studies, and articles based on case studies.
LibrarySearch does not include Case Study as a resource type. Try using the following search terms (including the inverted commas):
Within databases you can often find case studies in journals aimed at academic or professional audiences.
A Google search will find case studies in a variety of formats such as government reports, academic articles and websites.
Use Advanced Search (under Settings) to target your search.
.edu will find materials published in Australia or the US by academic institutions.
.ac will find materials published in the UK by academic institutions.
.gov will find materials published by governments.
.org will find materials published by NGOs.
Find case studies published in academic journals, books and conference proceedings.
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